Vietnamese intellectuals in the Australian state of New South Wales will engage in many activities at hi-tech parks in Vietnam on March 26 and 27 so as to seek ways to apply their researches’ outcomes in the homeland.
Martial arts, traditional cuisines and costumes are selected to represent Vietnamese cultural beauty in the 2019 Algeria international charity bazaar held by the IHCEN SOS Association in Algiers capital city.
With the aim of helping local farmers achieve sustainable cocoa development, a Vietnamese-Canadian man is realising his dream to make chocolate from locally produced cacao beans.
Vietnam has repeatedly requested Malaysia to ensure a fair trial for and legitimate rights of citizen Doan Thi Huong, a suspect in the murder of a Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) national at Kuala Lumpur airport in 2017.
The Vietnam street food festival, the eighth of its kind, was held at the Hanoi-Moscow trade center complex (Incentra) in Moscow, Russia, on March 8-10 with a view to promoting Vietnamese culinary culture to Russian people and international friends.
The Vietnamese noodles festival held in early March was an impressive event in the capital city of Canberra, Australia.
Business is thriving in Vietnam as vast numbers of expats return. Their skills are helping to stimulate the country’s economy, and the government wants to cash in.
Key cadres of the Vietnamese community in Ukraine had a meeting in Kiev on March 1 to review their performance last year and set up orientations for activities in 2019.
Vietnamese cultural products are being showcased at the Sakia Festival on February 27-28, at the El-Sawy Cultural Centre in Egypt’s capital city of Cairo.
Vietnam left strong impression on visitors at the 16th Sakia Exhibition for Cultural Services, which opened at the El Sawy Culturewheel Centre in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo on February 27.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Spain recently joined with the University Camilo José Cela, Madrid (Spain) to launch a photo exhibition themed "The view of Vietnam" (Miradas de Vietnam).
Hired by East Germany as contract workers, Vietnamese who chose to stay in Berlin when the Wall came down gravitated to an indoor market in the city. Fellow Berliners have discovered the Dong Xuan Centre and go there for the cheap manicures and shopp
Many Vietnamese students in regional Queensland who previously flew home for Lunar New Year are now staying and creating a new tradition to celebrate the most important event on the Asian calendar.
Over the past ten years, members of Que Huong (Hometown) Choir have been utterly dedicated to conveying the patriotism and national pride to the community as well as promoting Vietnamese people’s cultural and spiritual identities to French and intern
The Vietnamese Embassy in Russia held a diplomatic banquet to welcome Lunar New Year (Tet) in Moscow on January 30.
For Dinh Khac Cu, this year’s Tet (Lunar New Year) is set to be the most special yet.
Representatives from the Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia visited several Vietnamese women imprisoned in Selangor state on January 29.