A Vietnamese-Australian adoptee is putting all her effort into finding her Vietnamese biological parents and, hopefully, finding “something missing” in her heart.
When the autumn comes, the beauty of spacious yellow rice fields on the high terraced fields on Mu Cang Chai district brings passion to people’s hearts.
Hanoi’s streets are a blaze of red flags and flowers in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day (September 2nd) with preparations for the celebration near completion.
Many French and Vietnamese language press dispatches in the period of resistance against the French will be displayed at an exhibition in Hanoi.
The US’s Huffington Post magazine has named Vietnam’s Cua Van Fishing Village among the world’s top 11 beautiful small towns for recreation.
An international conference gathering over 100 Vietnamese and foreign scholars held last week reiterated the eventful life and noted literary career of salient poet Nguyen Du.
Forty alluring fashion designs featuring Vietnam and New Zealand’s shared identity were showcased in Ho Chi Minh City on August 6 as part of the first fashion collaboration project between the two countries.
Some 20 ancient carved sandstone slabs were recently uncovered at a famous scenic spot in the northern province of Yen Bai.
The capital of Hanoi will organise a military gun salute and firework displays to mark the 70th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day (September 2nd).
The 400-meter zip-line in a UNESCO-recognized national park located in a central province has been recognised as the longest zip-line route in Vietnam.
The Mysterious World website has listed Can Tho among the world’s top 10 most beautiful canal cities.
A lake located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City now sports a gorgeous, fresh look following a revamp carried out under a youths’ campaign.
The Da Nang International Light Festival (DILF) 2015 will be held from September 4th-6th, reported the provincial People’s Committee in a recent press conference.
Beautiful images of Vietnamese landscapes Ha Long Bay, Ninh Binh and En Cave appeared in Warner Bros’ second film trailer for Peter Pan.
The Embassy of Peru in Vietnam has hosted a Peruvian Cuisine Week for the first time in Vietnam as part of the activities to celebrate the 21th anniversary of Vietnam-Peru diplomatic ties (1994-2015).
Two villages located in the central provinces of Quang Binh and Ha Tinh have long been known for their learning and reading traditions.
Over the past several years, an Italian photographer/architect has roamed across Vietnam and captured its people’s lifestyle with his lens.