A painting contest aiming to raise public awareness of the dangers of smoking was launched in Hanoi on March 10.
The 8th annual Southern Traditional Cakes Festival will take place in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho from April 12-16.
Vietnam has made a big leap in recent years in the space industry with telecommunication satellites in a geostationary orbit, and has now has set to work on carrier rockets. It has successfully launched the MicroDragon satellite into orbit and is abo
Blossoming between middle February and early March, the white, red, and violet of Ban flowers lighten up Bac Son Street (near Ba Dinh Square), capturing the hearts of all passengers.
The 17th Vietnam Poetry Day officially opened on February 17 in Hanoi, featuring a wide range of activities.
Spring festival all around.
The “Bo ma” (farewell to the dead) ceremony of the Raglai ethnic minority people in the south central province of Ninh Thuan has been recognized as the national cultural intangible heritage.
A book has been published revealing stories of famous Vietnamese and international figures as seen through the perspective of journalist Nguyen Thi Bich Yen (Yen Platz) from Austria.
It is customary for Vietnamese people to decorate their houses with paintings during the Lunar New Year festival (Tet). Tet pictures often depict the 12 zodiac animals or a happy, peaceful, affluent family life their owners wish for.
A programme entitled Colour of Spring across the Motherland’s Regions opened in Hanoi on February 12, featuring the culture of 25 ethnic minority groups from 17 provinces and cities throughout the country.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has inspected the preparations for the United Nations (UN) Day of Vesak 2019 at the Tam Chuc Buddhist Cultural Centre in Ba Sao commune, Kim Bang district of the northern Ha Nam province, the host of the event.
Pottery, in some certain ways, denotes the harmony of soil clay, water and fire.
Last year, we saw a host of adorable Year of the Dog-themed red envelopes, but 2019 belongs to the Pig. Here’re some of the li xi - red envelopes’ best designs this year.
A diverse range of activities are being held in the southern largest hub of Ho Chi Minh City in celebration of the traditional Lunar New Year 2019, which is approaching very near.
As Tet (lunar New Year) festival is approaching, those who love traditional values can easily enjoy bright-coloured Kim Hoang folk paintings and lively applications of the traditional genre of painting in contemporary life.
With the support of Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Board, the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Hanoi unveiled a Sri Lanka ceremic mosaic mural on the new wall of Hanoi Ceramic Mosaic Mural wall on January 22.
The Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has officially announced a hotline to receive reports from residents and localities about activities related to cultural festivals as well as difficulties in organising and managing festivals in Han