A fund-raising art programme is scheduled to be broadcast live on the Ho Chi Minh City Television (HTV) channel on November 26.
An art programme entitled “October Epic” was held in Hanoi on November 1 evening to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Russian October Revolution (November 7), which is considered the greatest revolution in the 20th century.
An art programme entitled “2017 Vietnam Spring Festival in Sakai” took place in Sakai city of Japan’s Osaka on January 17.
Hundreds of Vietnamese living in Canada attended an art programme welcoming the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) in Toronto city on January 8.
An art programme featuring Vietnamese and Korean melodies was held in the central province of Binh Dinh on October 14.
A Vietnam-Laos amateur art programme was held in Vientiane on May 19 to celebrate the 126th birthday of Vietnam’s late President Ho Chi Minh.
An art programme titled Cau chuyen hoa binh so 4 (The Fourth Story of Peace) will be held in Japan’s capital, Tokyo, on April 14.
An art programme titled “Khat Vong Doan Tu” (An aspiration for reunion) will be held at the Defence Ministry’s Hall in Hanoi on July 27 evening to mark the 68 th War Invalids and Martyrs’ Day.
Art programme “Nhung Trai Tim Dong Cam” (Sympathy Hearts) this year will donate over VND1 billion (US$45,800) to impoverished children and children with disabilities, said the organising board.
An arts programme on legend of monetary road was held in Ho Chi Minh City on April 17 to honour the Vietnamese banking sector for its great contributions to the development of the country.
(VOV) - Vietnamese nationals residing in Chomutov town of the Czech Republic have donated US$4,500 to assist their compatriots who were affected by recent floods in the central region.