The first Vietnam International Travel Mart (VITM)—featuring more than 100 foreign and 260 domestic stalls representing six airlines, 134 travel operators, and 105 hotels and resorts—opened in Hanoi on April 18.
(VOV) - H’Linh H’Mok, an Ede ethnic minority student at Central Highland University, has won several prestigious Cuban and Mexican scholarships. Her outstanding academic record is a great source of pride for her local community.
(VOV) - Foyer Vietnam, a famous restaurant also known as “Vietnamese house” by many international friends, reopened in Paris on February 20 after its year-long suspension for repair and refurbishment.
(VOV) -A large number of students in the UK have attended the Oxford Open Day 2013 festival held by the Vietnamese Society in Oxford (VOX) at the University of Exeter.
(VOV) - Vietnamese students in Cuba have gathered in Havana for their traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) celebration party.
(VOV) - Vietnam is a peaceful nation of friendly and hospitable people in the eyes of many international friends living and working here.
(VOV) - President Truong Tan Sang hosted a reception in Hanoi on December 4 welcoming 30 former Soviet Union veterans—from countries including Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus—who helped Vietnam during its national liberation struggle more than 40 years ago.
A Vietnamese stand with a section to display Nhan Dan (People) Daily Publications was inaugurated at the 2012 La Fête de l'Humanité (The Festival of Humanity) in Paris on September 14.
Designer Duc Hung and his Ao Dai (traditional long dress) collection will arrive in the US on September 9 to attend Ao Dai Festival II.
Events to commemorate the August Revolution and National Day have been held in many countries around the world, including Canada, Mexico and Laos.
A group of Cai Luong (renovated opera) artists from Ho Chi Minh City performed for the overseas Vietnamese (OVs) community and foreign friends in Great Britain.
Located on the northern bank of the Red River, Kieu Ki is known as the only village in Vietnam still practicing the traditional craft of producing gold leaf. The deftness of Kieu Ki artisans can be seen in pagodas and temples where statues are covered with thin gold leaf.
Many little Vietnamese students at English centres are given an English name, which has brought pleasure to small children, but has not satisfied their parents.
Vietnam’s precious archeological items will be displayed in Germany in 2014 and 2015, making contributions to promoting the Southeast Asian country’s culture and tourism to foreign friends.
The atmosphere of the traditional Lunar New Year festival (Tet) is overwhelming in the house of the Vietnamese Students Association in Hawaii.