Over 80 copies of paintings from the collection “Sketches of the Resistance Wars” are on display at an exhibition that opened on Tuesday at Đắk Lắk Museum in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk.
Two parents reunited with their now-married lost daughter after a 24-year search on Tuesday.
The hundred-years-old Khanh An Monastery, located in district 12 of Ho Chi Minh City, looks very much like a Japanese pagoda and has become a tourist attraction.
Each citizen should see themselves as a ‘tourism ambassador’ and parts ways with dishonest business practices.
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Vietnam in coordination with the World Press Photo Foundation will organise a World Press Photo Exhibition in Hanoi, a world-famous exhibition of the best and most memorable press photographs from around the globe, as one of the activities to celebrate 45 years of diplomatic relations between two countries.
Vietnam Youth Theatre will perform a series of plays in Hanoi between April 5th – 10th to mark the 40th anniversary of its establishment. The opening performance of the five day extravaganza will be the play Ai Là Thu Pham (Who is the Culprit).
After a four-year hiatus, the Vietnam Caricature Contest is open for applications again. The fifth edition of the contest was launched at the National Centre for News by Sport& Culture newspapers on March 2nd, themed ‘Cultural Behaviours: Civilised Society’.
Twenty years have passed since the young doctor, Trịnh Đức Thiện, left Huế City for the remote and mountainous A Vao Commune in central Quảng Trị Province’s Đăk Rông District to work after graduating from medical college.
The British Council in Vietnam has recently launched the ‘Heritage of Future Past’, a cultural project which aims to promote inclusive and sustainable growth in Vietnamese heritage, as an event to mark the 25th anniversary of the British Council’s work in Vietnam.
The 89-year-old scientist Dang Huy Huynh does not need a cape to save lives. To millions of silent trees and flowers in the middle of Hanoi or deep in Vietnam’s tropical forests, he is already a hero.
Photo exhibition "Pot-Au-Phở" will take place from April 7-30 at TOONG Minh Khai (126 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City).
Japanese citizen Takahiro Nonume has a desire to make life more beautiful. And he has chosen Vietnam to carry out his mission.
The Australian embassy and consulate in Vietnam will host the third Taste of Australia programme next month (April).
A number of young Vietnamese people tend to forgo the use of plastic drinking straws in a collective effort, NoStrawChallenge, to alleviate negative impacts on the environment.
What started out as a tradition treat in Vietnamese homes has become big business.
The Ho Chi Minh City Book Festival attracted nearly one million readers and earned more than VND 60 billion (USD 2.64 million), from March 19th to 25th, up over 20 per cent over the previous festival.
As many as 55 paintings capturing the land and people of Vietnam and foreign countries by 14 European artists are being displayed at an exhibition at the Da Nang Fine Arts Museum.