(VOV) -An exhibition entitled ‘Into Karishma's World’ of Indian girl Karishma Kannan is set to take place at Sheraton Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City on March 27 as a fund raiser for underprivileged children in HCM City.
Toa Tau (train carriage) is a small but special school located at 632 Dien Bien Phu, Binh Thanh District, HCM City.
Sixteen students of a school in the Central Highlands region in Vietnam have been tested positive for influenza type A subtype H1N1, according to health authorities.
(VOV) - An eight-year-old Vietnamese girl was found dead in Cambodia’s Svay Rieng province, near the border with Vietnam on March 19.
As one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Central Highlands, Voi (Elephant) Waterfall has made many visitors infatuated with its magnificent and impressive appearance as well as the story behind it.
A photo featuring a small girl crying next to a roughly-roasted dog has gone viral on Vietnamese social media over the last few days.
Around Hanoi’s most famous lake, Ho Tay (West Lake), are more than 20 temples and pagodas ranked as national relic sites for their unique cultural and architectural values such as Tran Quoc, Kim Lien, Pho Linh, Tao Sach and Van Nien.
In late 2013, a Vietnamese American girl entered Truman College in the American state of Illinois. At that time, she was only an 11-year-old girl who surprised many elders with her dedication, hard-work and inquisitiveness.
Huong Ga (Rise), a movie based on the life of a female gang leader, won the three top prizes at the annual 2014 Golden Kite awards on March 12.
In a landmark achievement that the doctors themselves call a miracle, a pair of in-vitro twins born 14-18 weeks premature have been nurtured to normal health at the Central Obstetrics & Gynaecology Hospital.
French artist Rehahn, who ranks 4th among the top travel photographers in the world, will launch his first exhibition “Precious Heritage” featuring Vietnam’s landscapes and people at VinGallery in HCMC’s District 2 from now until March 21.
A photographer has provided Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper with his pictures capturing a number of disadvantaged Vietnamese students, or former students, who are trying their best to make ends meet in Hanoi.
2014 was an unforgettable year for Don Ca Tai Tu Nam Bo as it was officially recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
An American photographer has showcased photos which he took of Vietnamese war children’s current life in a British newspaper.
(VOV) -The Vietnamese Society in University of Bath (VietBath), the UK presented an exclusive annual show, "Cultural Night 2015” on March 1.