Hanoi’s theatre has officially reopened with the play “Benh si” (Egotism) of late playwright Luu Quang Vu after a long suspension due to the COVID-19.
Vietnamese poetry and music hit the airwaves in the US on February 11, with the programme “Lanterns hanging on the wind” broadcast on several university radio stations.
VOV.VN - It has been three decades since that fateful day in 1988 when Vietnam’s literary scene was robbed of two most beloved talents by a tragic accident. The deaths of Luu Quang Vu and Xuan Quynh was something of a national tragedy, but their legacy lives on in their body of literary work.
A run of sold-out performances at the Hanoi Opera House this month, featuring award-winning plays and the capital’s leading actors, have experts hoping for a revival of Vietnam’s theatrical heritage.