(VOV) -Lai Huong Thao will represent Vietnam at the sixty third Miss World 2013 beauty contest, to be held in Bali Bay, Indonesia from September 3- 28.
(VOV) -RoK Toursim Year has been launched in Vietnam by the Republic of Korea (RoK) General Department of Tourism.
(VOV) -Vietnamese landscape and traditional dishes will take centre stage in a documentary shot by a film crew from Japan’s BS12 channel.
A documentary on the life of a Greek who fought with the Vietnamese resistance in the first Indochina war against the French has won first prize at the sixth Greek Documentary Festival held in Chalkida, Greece.
A series entitled ‘The Chronicle of Laos‘, exploring the scenery, people, culture and history of the neighbouring country, is being aired from Monday through Friday on Vietnam Television (VTV).
Miss Vietnam 2010 runner-up Vu Hoang My has completed her 1’30’’ video clip to be presented at the upcoming Miss World Pageant in China.
Franco-German TV network Arte hopes to make a documentary about the legendary Vietnamese turtle in Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem (Returned Sword) Lake, announced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Foreign Press Centre.
Hai Phia Chan Troi (Two sides of the horizon) will be filmed in late March by the Vietnam Television Film Centre (VFC), Vietnam Television (VTV) and the Vietnamese People Association in the Czech Republic.
This year’s Canh Dieu Vang (Golden Kite Awards), the prestigious film award of Vietnam organized by the Vietnam Cinematography Association – finally found its owners.
The local media has published many stories about a man who has not slept for 39 years. He is Thai Ngoc or Hai Ngoc, 70, in Que Trung Commune, Nong Son District in the central province of Quang Nam.
A man from Da Lat underwent an operation on January 5 to have a 90kg tumour removed from his leg.
Vietnam is to feature in a popular English-language travel programme on Bulgarian national television called No Luggage.
A 3-D scientific documentary on Son Doong, the world’s largest cave, in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in the central province of Quang Binh, will be broadcast in 60 countries by the Japan Broadcasting Corporation, NHK, on June 26.
A team of seven Japanese film makers, together with three cave explorers from the British Cave Research Association, on May 9 started work on a 3D documentary on the world's largest cave in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in the central province of Quang Binh.
“The 4th”, a film produced by students in Ho Chi Minh City will be shown at the 7th International Student Film Festival in Hollywood in November.