The Vietnam People’s Army Cinema has produced five documentaries to mark the 45th anniversary of the liberation of the south and the national reunification.
A series of the most popular wartime diaries written by 30 martyrs and soldiers has been released by the Writers' Association Publishing House on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of Reunification Day (April 30).
VOV.VN - A collection of sketches produced by Hanoi painter Hai Kien has widely surfaced on various forms of social media, to thank medical professionals and deliver the message “stay home safe, thank doctors” to citizens.
VOV.VN - A design contest aimed at choosing the national costume that the Vietnamese representative at Miss Universe 2020 will wear during her participation in the global pageant got underway on April 23.
UNICEF is celebrating Earth Day, April 22, with a cartoon on climate change inspired superhero drawings by 12-year-old Nguyen Ngoc Gia Han.
VOV.VN - An image drawn by a sixth grade student in Hai Phong titled “Chuyến tàu Việt Nam đẩy lùi Covid-19”, or “Vietnamese train pushes back COVID-19” in English, has been granted a special prize after winning a painting contest for children.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Post Corporation released a new collection of stamps on April 22 to mark the 150th birthday of socialist scholar and politician Vladimir Lenin.
The Relics Preservation Institute at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is trialling a website detailing relic sites found around Vietnam.
The Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum (VNFAM) has launched an online exhibition of paintings and sculptures, including those by artists who were on the battlefield or witnessed the historic moment of Vietnam gaining its independence and reunification on April 30, 1975, in Ho Chi Minh City.
VOV.VN - French tourist Henry-Louis Rozo has unveiled a range of paintings that he drew during his visit to the country at the start of the year which showcase Vietnam’s spectacular landscapes in the hope that the drawings will serve as a gift to honour the nation, a place Rozo greatly admires and is regularly updated on for its efforts to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic.
The 2020 Vesak Festival will be broadcast live on Youtube, Facebook, Butta and Phatsuonline, as well as An Vien TV due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
VOV.VN - The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is anticipated to join the country’s efforts to celebrate the 650th death anniversary of the renowned teacher Chu Van An, with the memorial scheduled to take place at Hanoi’s historic Temple of Literature in November.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Information and Communications launched the nation’s debut online book festival on April 19 as a way of celebrating the seventh version of Vietnam Book Day, which falls on April 21 annually.
A Vietnamese student returning from overseas drew 20 paintings about his interesting and memorable life in a quarantine area at the Military School of Region 7 in Ho Chi Minh City.
VOV.VN - An image featuring a fish seller in Hanoi taken by British photographer Jon Enoch has gone on to claim the grand prize at an annual photo contest organised by Smithsonian magazine of the United States.
A photo featuring Vietnamese children has been crowned the overall winner of the World’s Best Photo of Fun contest, #Fun2020, launched by the photo app Agora.
The Grammy Award-winning Minnesota Orchestra will not perform in Vietnam as scheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said the Vietnam Musicians Association (VMA).
The music video “Viet Nam oi! Danh Bay COVID” (Let’s Fight COVID!) from artist and entrepreneur Minh Beta has made headlines in foreign newspapers.
VOV.VN - Seen by millions of users each day on the Google homepage, Google Doodle has been honouring heroes worldwide who are taking on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic with a series of appreciation drawings that feature medical personnel, emergency workers, scientists, custodians, farmers, grocery store employees, and drivers of public transportation.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Women’s Union has joined forces with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to launch an Ao Dai design contest across the country with aim of promoting both the image and the cultural value that the traditional long dress has in Vietnamese society.