The Government has decided to abolish the decades-old household registration book system.
VOV.VN - Con Soc Cultural And Media Joint Stock Company will introduce 50 interesting copyrighted books at Hanoi Book Street on November 15-16.
A collection of people born in the year 1987 have written about their lives in a book. It is simply titled 1987.
A book on the former Soviet Union and Vietnam in the first Indochina War, the world’s first collection of official documents, was published in Moscow, Russia on November 10.
The north-eastern border province of Quang Ninh has held a meeting to appraise its biodiversity preservation plan through 2020, with a vision toward 2030.
The book: “From Enemies to Partners: Vietnam, the US and Agent Orange” was launched during a roundtable discussion with the two authors – Le Ke Son and Charles R. Bailey in Washington DC, the US last week.
An exhibition entitled Thu Vong Nguyet (Memories of the Mid-Autumn Festival) is being held at Van Mieu (the Temple of Literature) in Hanoi.
The government has decided to scrap the archaic residence books in favor of an online database whereby each citizen will be registered with a personal identification code.
A Russian book event will run at the Ho Chi Minh City Book Street from November 1 to 8, aiming to celebrate the October Revolution.
The Ho Chi Minh City General Publishing House has launched the 11th Book Week to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
A collection of worship objects has been recognised as the most unique gold-inlaid pottery artworks in the country by the Vietnam Book of Records.
Weekends in Ho Chi Minh City, as usual, promise numerous bustling activities at frequent venues.
The central city of Da Nang, in cooperation with Daegu City, the Republic of Korea, will build a book park for the community in Hoa Cuong in Hai Chau district next month.
A collection of books featuring the history, politics, economy and culture of Vietnam in the second half of the 18th century by Vietnamese-American researcher Nguyen Duy Chinh has been awarded Best Book for 2017 by the nonprofit group IRED Institute of Education and the Phan Chau Trinh Foundation.
The HCMC Book Distribution Corporation (Fahasa) in conjunction with the Goethe Institute in Ho Chi Minh City is organizing a German book exhibition on Nguyen Hue Boulevard in District 1.
An Italian-language book entitled “Il Banco Di Sabbia Dorata. Il Vietnam e Gli arcipelaghi del Mare Orientale” (Golden sands, Vietnam and archipelagoes in the East Sea) was introduced in Rome, Italy, on September 27.
This year’s book fair themed "Books and Start-ups" opened at Thang Long Imperial Citadel, Hanoi, on September 22, drawing a crowd of visitors.
Despite rains, book lovers visited the Hanoi Old Book Fair where they can find old books and newspapers on various themes and by different publishers.
Books are one of humanity’s oldest communications technologies, and this year’s Hanoi Book Fair seeks to highlight their role in the digital age with the theme “Books and Start-ups”.
Vietnam’s revenue from information and communication technology in 2016 reached nearly US$68 billion, posting an 11.49% year-on-year increase.