Nominations for the Golden Lotus Bud Awards 2015 have been announced for two categories, short films and documentaries.
A group of folk musicians from Bahnar and Jrai ethnic groups from Gia Lai province in the Central Highlands will perform at festivals in Finland from now to July 9.
(VOV) - The Raglai prefer to build their stilt houses on high land areas near a water resource. Each hamlet has several stilt houses and the villagers are of the same clan.
(VOV) - Vietnamese gay film, Cầu vồng không sắc (Rainbow without colours), directed by Nguyen Quang Tuyen, has been invited to compete in the Montreal World Film Festival.
Although Line dancing was introduced to Vietnam only some years ago, it is now becoming popular with Vietnamese youngsters.
Tourism Malaysia will participate in the Mekong Delta Green Tourism Week from June 27 to July 3 in Can Tho as it continues its efforts to attract more Vietnamese tourists to that country.
A series of activities featuring the cultural identities of ethnic groups in the Central Highlands will take place in the Culture-Tourism Village in Dong Mo, Hanoi on June 26-28.
Chhay-dam drum dancing, an indispensible part of Khmer festivals in the southern province of Tay Ninh, has been listed as a national intangible cultural heritage.
Cultures of countries worldwide will be brought together at the 2016 Hue Festival, which will take place in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue from April 29-May 4, 2016.
(VOV) - Vietnamese International Film Festivals featuring iconic directors Dustin Nguyen and Bebe Pham along with a star studded guest list of Vietnam’s finest screen actors and producers will open across the US this July.
(VOV) - Yen Chau district in Son La province is famous for its sweet fragrant bananas and mangos and also for the beautiful sounds of the Thai ethnic people’s panpipes, which inspire tourists to the region.
The photo titled “Sac mau que huong” (Colour of Homeland) by Vu Ngoc Hoang won the first prize at the award ceremony of the photo contest “Tan huong ban sac Viet” (Savour Vietnam) on June 19 in Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) - The tourism and hospitality industries should shift their focus to the exceptional food and wine experiences from around the country to whet the global appetite for Vietnam as a top travel destination and entice more inbound visits.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Norway has participated in the 2015 International Children’s Festival recently held in Hamar, Norway, to promote the image of Vietnam’s people and landscapes among international communities.
(VOV) - The Bru-Van Kieu residing in high mountainous areas of Quang Binh province have created several singing genres, dances, and musical instruments. Of their traditional musical instruments such as panpipes, Ta Lu mandolin, cymbals, and gongs, the flute is the most popular musical instrument.