Noted French writer Patrick Deville is meeting with Vietnamese audiences to discuss his novel "Plague and Cholera" (Peste et Cholera), which has just been published by Tre (Youth) Publishers.
(VOV) - Finnish artist Maritta Nurmi – Creative Person of the Year 2013, nominated by the Embassy of Finland – will hold a solo exhibition at Manzi Café, Hanoi, in November.
(VOV) - The 2013 YxineFF International Short Film Festival, themed “Choice," will open in Ho Chi Minh City on September 21.
Vietnam has been praised as the new King of Coffee in a recent article published on Le Point – a French weekly magazine.
(VOV) -An increasing number of Russian visitors are selecting Vietnam’s famous tourist attractions in the central region as ideal destinations for this year’s holiday season.
(VOV) - Imagine arriving in a new country without being able to say hello and you’ll find it ever more urgent to learn Vietnamese than you think it is.
(VOV) - The third annual book street festival themed “books and 54 ethnic groups” began on February 7 along Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 streets of Mac Thi Buoi, Nguyen Hue, and Ngo Duc Ke.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s rising tennis star Ly Hoang Nam has left a good impression in the Copa Gatorade 2013 in Venezuela after achieving two consecutive wins.
Rising young tennis star Ly Hoang Nam moved up 66 spots in the International Tennis Federation (ITF)'s latest junior ranking list.
Starbucks Corporation, the world’s largest coffeehouse company, has announced that it will open the first coffee shop in Vietnam next month in a bid to expand its presence across Asia.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s tennis player Ly Hoang Nam has earned a ticket to the quarter-finals of the Copa del Café in Costa Rica after defeating Argentina’s Arconada Jordi on January 3.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s top junior tennis player Ly Hoang Nam beat Mexico’s Ortiz Adrian in the second round of the Copa del Café in Costa Rica on January 2.
(VOV) - A traveler finds himself facing the pre-dawn streets of Hanoi after a long train ride south from Sapa. An experience to enjoy or not?
A Vietnamese coffee shop was inaugurated in Toranomon district, Tokyo on November 5 to elevate Vietnam’s image to international friends.
Nestle, the world’s largest food company, plans to increase its direct purchases of coffee from Vietnamese farmers by fivefold in the next five years.