The calligraphy market at the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Cultural House in District 1 has become a must-visit attraction for residents and visitors for taking photos and buying calligraphy works for Tet (Lunar New Year).
VOV.VN - Thousands of Hanoians have paid a visit to Phu Tay Ho, a shrine in West Lake district,during the sixth day of the first lunar month to pray for wealth, health, luck, and success.
VOV.VN - Asking for lucky words during the Lunar New Year is a popular custom in Vietnam. The words represent the recipients’ aspirations in the new year while also encouraging the art of calligraphy.
As the most important event of the year in Vietnam, Tet (Lunar New Year) offers many traditional customs, including calligraphy.
VOV.VN - Pho Ong Do, a street lined with calligraphers’ stands, has been opened on Pham Ngoc Thach Street in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, becoming a new destination for locals and tourists ahead of Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival.
Pho Ong do, a street lined with calligraphers’ stands, has been opened at the HCMC Youth Cultural House at the corner of Nguyen Thi Minh Khai and Pham Ngoc Thach streets in District 1.
VOV.VN - The traditional Tet calligraphy market in HCM City has become a popular new check-in point for many people to visit and take beautiful photos during the Lunar New Year.
VOV.VN - The 2018 kid festival opened on May 30 at the Vietnam Cultural Arts Exhibition Centre at No 2 Hoa Lu Street, Hanoi.
As a rule, pho Ong do (or street of calligraphers) opens in Ho Chi Minh City just a couple of weeks before the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Forty one classical and avant-garde calligraphy works featuring the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) are being showcased at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Literature on Hue royal architecture was honored as a world documentary heritage, the third of the Nguyen dynasty which ruled Vietnam between 1802 and 1945. The poems highlight the authors’ pride of Vietnam’s traditions and beautiful scenery.
VOV.VN - The traditional Lunar New Year festival (Tet) is the biggest festival in Vietnam. It’s awaited by all Vietnamese people and also foreigners who live here. VOV has a story about how foreign expats celebrate Tet in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Calligraphy (meaning ‘beautiful writing’ in Greek) is the art of forming and arranging handwritten symbols and a Vietnamese TET (Lunar New Year) custom spanning thousands of years.
VOV.VN -The annual Spring Flower Festival is now underway at the Front Beach Park in Vung Tau Province.
As many as 77 penmen will join the 2017 Calligraphy Writing Festival at the Literature Lake at Temple of Literature, Hanoi from January 21 to February 11.
VOV.VN - Generally speaking, coffee shops and calligraphy go together like peanut butter and bread, — however the artwork at a Da Lat coffeehouse has left more than one visitor scratching their head.
VOV.VN - Over the last few decades, cherry blossoms have become widely emblematic of Japan, its people, and Vietnamese appreciation of Japanese culture, says the Vietnam-Japan Cultural Exchange Association.
VOV.VN - An Ao Dai fair is being held in HCM City within the framework of the Ao Dai Festival with a wide range of activities, luring a large number of visitors.
VOV.VN-Folk games such as bamboo dance, tug of war, mud banger, and stilt walking, were recreated in a program called “Discovering Vietnamese Tet” at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology.
The Calligraphy Writing Festival 2016, which is being held at the Lake of Literature in Hanoi has attracted a large number of visitors including many youngsters.