A Vietnamese movie about childhood will be distributed abroad under deal signed between HCM City-based Galaxy Studio and Fortissimo Films, an Amsterdam- and Hong Kong-based organisation involved in film, television and videos sales and distribution.
"Riding a classic cyclo" is one of 40 unforgettable experiences for tourists in Vietnam, according to a list published on the website The Huffington Post at www.huffingtonpost.com.
The Egyptian trance music duo Aly&Fila is set to rock Hanoi on May 29 at Eden Garden in Tay Ho district.
The parks of Gia Dinh, Hoang Van Thu, Tao Dan and the Saigon Zoo with thousands of trees are ideal venues for fresh air and relaxation of HCM City people and visitors.
(VOV) - The Vietnamese Students’ Association (UEVF) in France has been organizing diversified culture and sports events and seminars across the country since its establishment on April 26, 2004, gathering not only Vietnamese but also European students.
German jazz musician Michael Schiefel will perform a free solo concert in the Hanoi Goethe Institute's courtyard on May 21.
(VOV) - The Van Kieu group live mainly in Huong Hoa and Dakrong commune and Lao Bao township. The Van Kieu are also called Tri, Khua, Ma Coong, and Bru. During the war Van Kieu people wholeheartedly followed the revolution and President Ho Chi Minh and adopted Ho as their family name.
A technology platform will open its doors on May 15 in Hanoi, connecting start-up entrepreneurs, innovators and investors in the field.
(VOV) - Ta Van Giay, a hamlet of the Giay in Sapa township, Lao Cai province, is nestled in Muong Hoa valley.
Nguyen Van Me, former Deputy Secretary of the Party’s Committee of central Thua Thien-Hue province, and Buu Y, a Hue culture researcher, received French Orders in the city of Hue on May 4.
The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, home to a large number of ethnic minorities and their distinct cultures and heritages, is looking to develop tourism while preserving traditional cultures.
Cultural researcher Vu Kim Bien from northern Phu Tho province has submitted an over 80-page manuscript to local authorities featuring ancient “xoan” singing as well as solutions to revive the practice in response to its recognition as an Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.
Residents and tourists in Ho Chi Minh City were treated to astounding pyrotechnic spectacles which sparkled on April 30 night in commemoration of the Reunification Day.
A marine tourism festival opened on April 29 in Sam Son town, central Thanh Hoa province, drawing tens of thousands of tourists from across the country.
The Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has implemented a number of projects to preserve the city’s intangible cultural heritages, including a project carried out from 2014-2015 to review the city’s intangible cultural heritages and apply effective conservation methods.