A collection of 20 books on Vietnam’s sea and island sovereignty has been released to the public.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia on November 14 handed over 500 books to the Cultural Centre and Library in Kampong Speu province, aiming to encourage the country’s reading culture and human resources training.
A series of books about autism has been launched in Hanoi by the Women’s Publishing House in response to the World Autism Awareness Day April 2.
Local publishers and book distributors should release more quality books and expand their market to rural areas, border areas, islands and abroad to serve more readers, speakers said at a recent conference in Ho Chi Minh City.
In Vietnam, books available for people with disabilities remain as low as 1%, but there is hope for the future.
A set of books on Vietnam-Laos special relations has been introduced to the public by the Information and Communications Publishing House.
VOV.VN -A number of Vietnamese beauty queens attended an event in Ho Chi Minh City on June 25 to present books to students
VOV.VN -Well-known Vietnamese singer My Tam has met with some of her biggest fans at her house in Danang.
A collection of books featuring India, its country, people, history and culture as well as potential of cooperative ties with Vietnam debuted in Hanoi on January 19.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Embassy in coordination with Hanoi Library has presented an English book collection that deals with various aspects of the capital city to Istanbul Library aiming to promote cultural diplomacy and Vietnam’s culture and tourism.
VOV.VN -The Korea Corner, a small-scale cultural centre funded by the Republic of Korea (ROK) government, has opened to the public from January 19 at Room 302, Building C at the Hanoi University.
Deadly floods, which killed at least 24 people in the central region the past week, left depressing scenes in their wake.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese cultural identity is in a state of flux and transition as society moves from an agrarian grounded in agriculture to one more industrialized, says the Ministry of Information and Communications.
Three winners in different age groups will be awarded first prize at a drawing contest for Vietnamese children organised to mark the 100th birthday of British writer Roald Dahl.
Japan has shared its policy experiences and methods for training public officials in two books – a result of the cooperation between the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (NAP) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
A series of pictorial books entitled Children’s Rights has been translated into Vietnamese and published nationwide.
Hundreds of new books for children of Vietnamese and international authors will be released during the summer.
A two-day festival promoting publication copyright compliance and the publishing industry, organised by Vietnam and Japan, began in Ho Chi Minh City on May 26.
The National Political Publishing House has published a series of books on the Vietnamese Revolution and late President Ho Chi Minh to honour the 70th anniversary of the August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2).
Seeking out the best colored pencils or watercolors, spending hours or even days painstakingly coloring a picture and taking photos of the finished work and either posting them on Facebook or entering them in some coloring contest.