The Kim Dong Publishing House, which is noted for children's books, is offering free e-books to entertain its readers over the long break.
As March rolls around, many book distributors turned to online platforms to promote new releases as people fear the 11th annual Ho Chi Minh City Book Festival might be canceled due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Kim Dong Publishing House on March 11 released a new book dedicated to wildlife, Chang Hoang Da – Gau (Wild Chang and Bear), the first volume in a series about wildlife protection.
The book street in Nguyen Van Binh Street in downtown HCM City is still open for local and international visitors despite of a 30 percent drop in the number of visitors due to coronavirus fears.
The Kim Dong Publishing House has released a comic book entitled Golden Star Warriors, featuring Vietnamese footballers and coach Park Hang-seo.
The Kim Dong Publishing House has released a pictorial book series written by Russian authors to mark the Vietnam-Russia Friendship Year and the Russia-Vietnam Friendship Year in 2019.
VOV.VN - The photo contest under the theme "Primary Health Care for Vietnamese People", an initiative put ahead by the World Bank in Vietnam, supported by the EU and hosted by the country's national radio channel Voice of Vietnam, is a unique event to mark Vietnam's 40th anniversary of its participation in the 1978 Alma-Ata Declaration on PHC.
VOV.VN - Pac Bo – Vietnam’s revolutionary base in the northern province of Cao Bang has boasted a large number of visitors in recent times.
One month after opening, Hanoi Book Street has become a popular destination with not only book lovers but also locals and visitors to the capital. The street has turned to a tourist attraction with a modern, youthful and civilised atmosphere.
VOV.VN - About 20 Hanoi youth are helping to raise money for the medical needs of disadvantaged children by auctioning off their drawings today (June 17) at the Hanoi Children Palace located at 36 Ly Thai To Street.
Doctors from the US and Italy have provided free genital regeneration operations for 230 Vietnamese children, and given free consultation and check-ups to 800 other patients since August 2011 under a programme entitled “Thien Nhan and Friends”
A series of Vietnamese books that debuted this week to celebrate Children’s Day on June 1 are now available in bookstores around the country.
Since its opening on May 1st, the Dec. 19 book street has been filled with bookworms. However, the street still needs efforts to turn it into a favourite venue of Hanoians and visitors.
VOV.VN - A coalition of publishing houses has unveiled plans to host a weeklong Book Festival on 19/12 Street in the Hoan Kiem District of the capital city of Hanoi starting on May 1.
VOV.VN - On September 5, many schools across Vietnam launched the 2016-2017 academic year.
Vietnamese readers, particularly youth, will have more opportunities this summer to learn more about the country’s history after the release of new books.
HanesBrands, the US’ manufacturer and marketer of everyday apparel essentials, aims to raise its total investment in Vietnam to nearly US$55 million by the end of 2015, increasing its 2014 figure by US$11 million.
Kim Dong Publishing House, a publisher of children books, was honored with the title “Creative Product” by the Walt Disney Company on the occasion of 5 years of copyright cooperation between the two sides.
Over 15,000 book titles in numerous genres are on show during the Autumn Book Festival 2014 at the Vietnam Woman Museum in Hanoi from October 8-12.
(VOV) -The Kim Dong Publishing House has introduced a series of fairy tales in both English and Vietnamese in time for the lunar New Year (Tet) festival.