(VOV) -Late President Ho Chi Minh’s “Prison Diary” poems have been published in Spanish by the Coleccióndel Sur Publishing House in Cuba.
Miniature books and their delicate appearance have bewitched painter Nguyen Thanh Dam. He himself made some tiny, beautiful work of arts and also collected them from far and wide.
(VOV) - The Vietnam National Museum of History on February 1 received maps and related documents, affirming Vietnam’s sovereignty over the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos.
As many as 45 calligraphy works by 24 the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s leading artists celebrating the Prison Diary of late President Ho Chi Minh are on display at the Ho Chi Minh Museum in downtown Hanoi.
Forty-five calligraphic works featuring the late President Ho Chi Minh’s famous collection of poems, “Prison Diary,” are on display at an exhibition which opened in Hanoi on December 24.
Thirty valuable items representing Vietnam’s historic regions and eras have been recognized as national treasures.
Profiles of 30 historical objects have been submitted to the Prime Minister by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for recognition as national treasures.
The collection of poems, “Prison Diary”, written by late President Ho Chi Minh, has been published in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Nearly 100 businesses are showcasing their products at the fourth Environment and Energy Tech Hanoi 2012 (ENTECH Hanoi) that opened in Hanoi on May 23.
An exhibition displaying calligraphic works in Korean script based on the late President Ho Chi Minh’s “prison diary” poems, opened in Hanoi on May 21.
The Museum of Sunchon National University in Jeollanam-do, in the Republic of Korea (RoK), has opened a calligraphic exhibition of late President Ho Chi Minh’s famous collection of poems, ‘Prison Diary’.
The Farsi version of “Noi buon chien tranh” (The Sorrow of War), a novel by writer Bao Ninh, has been released in Iran.
The Vietnamese embassy in Argentina has coordinated with the National University of Mar del Plata to hold a celebration campaign for Vietnam’s August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2).
Eighty calligraphy works by Vietnamese, Chinese and Korean calligraphers are on display at an exhibition that opened in the northern province of Phu Tho on April 4.
An international exhibition on calligraphy and posters to mark the death of Vietnam’s legendary founders, the Hung Kings has been held in the northern province of Phu Tho.