David Cohen is apparently the only western street vendor in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. And he's doing well.
"Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass," a highly anticipated movie, will be brought to the Cannes Film Festival later this month, with the hope to find an international distributor.
Two Vietnamese films, Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories and Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass, will be shown at the 68th Cannes Film Festival.
(VOV) -In the late 19th century and early 20th century, Vietnam was seen as an ideal destination for art inspiration by some French artists.
Truong Hai Nam, an eighth grader from Le Huu Lap secondary school in central Thanh Hoa province, won the 44th Universal Postal Union (UPU)’s International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People in Vietnam.
(VOV) -Young Vietnamese golfer,Nguyen Thao My, successfully beat-out other rivals at two qualifying rounds in Thailand and has now placed at the International Junior Golf Championships 2015.
Nick Ut, Tim Page and Peter Arnett recently met at a reunion during an exhibition of American photographer Catherine Karnow in HCM City.
(VOV) - The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a girl at St Mary's Hospital, west London on May 2, Kensington Palace has announced.
(VOV) -As many as 42 beautiful photos of Vietnamese people are being displayed at an exhibition in Hanoi and being sold online to raise funds for Vietnamese children.
A shallow earthquake measuring 7.9 magnitude struck west of the ancient Nepali capital of Kathmandu on April 25 causing buildings to collapse, injuring many and leaving a pall of dust over the city, witnesses said.
(VOV) - Visitors to Dak Lak province in the central highlands have an opportunity to ride an elephants and learn how local people hunt and tame elephants.
A Vietnam court has upheld the sentences of 14 and 16 years in jail for a man and a woman who belonged to a ring that sold four babies last year for US$4,170 in total.
(VOV) -San Francisco based photographer Catherine Karnow grew up in Hong Kong in the 1960′s and is best known for her powerful and poignant photos of the everyday lives of people in Saigon in the early 1990s.
European cinema-lovers have been gathering in Italy since March 31 to enjoy a festival of 31 films made by foreign film-makers featuring Vietnam in both war and peace time.
An enterprising Vietnamese woman has tasted the first fruit of her ambitious quest to ‘ship’ local yoga coaches to other countries, including those where the discipline has gained a strong foothold.