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Chang Son Carpentry Village

Chang Son Carpentry Village

VOV.VN - Chang Son village in Thach That district, about 30 kilometers from the center of Hanoi, is one of age-old carpentry villages in Vietnam.

Most nostalgic coffee shops in Hoi An

Most nostalgic coffee shops in Hoi An

VOV.VN - Phai Pho, LE Fê Cafétéria, Hoi An Bread Break and Cocobox are known as nice places for groups, couples or anyone who like savouring a cup of coffee and indulging themselves in a nostalgic space full of items that date back decades.

Farmer opens home library for community

Farmer opens home library for community

Children of Quang Phu commune in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue can enjoy a library facility at the home of a local elderly farmer, who loves reading and poetry.

Must-try cuisines in Saigon

Must-try cuisines in Saigon

The best food in Saigon is well regarded as nutritious, savoury, and hearty, enjoyed at any time of the day. Here are the best food that you should try in the city:

Designer brings lacquer art to ao dai

Designer brings lacquer art to ao dai

Designer Xuan Thu will introduce her latest collection inspired by traditional lacquer art at a fashion show at the National Museum of Vietnamese History on April 23.

Vietnamese painting sold for record US$1.2 million

Vietnamese painting sold for record US$1.2 million

A painting by 20th-century Vietnamese painter Le Pho has been sold for nearly US$1.2 million at a recent auction in Hong Kong, setting a new record for the highest priced Vietnamese painting ever.

Fatherland Front leader pay Tet visit to Buddhist dignitaries

Fatherland Front leader pay Tet visit to Buddhist dignitaries

VOV.VN - President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee (VFF CC) Nguyen Thien Nhan paid a visit on January 24 to Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue, Supreme Patriarch of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS), and Buddhist dignitaries at Vien Minh Pagoda in Hanoi.

Music copyright centre collects 3.2m in royalties

Music copyright centre collects 3.2m in royalties

The Vietnam Music Copyright Protection Centre collected VND72 billion (US$3.2 million) in royalties last year for registered composers and songwriters, an increase of 7% over last year.