The summer volunteer youth campaign 2020 of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) of HCM City entered its final day on August 16 with various activities for children in 24 districts and wards at a cost of nearly VND1 billion (US$43,400).
VOV.VN - A painting contest held among border guards in Ky Son district of the central province of Nghe An has received plenty of impressive entries with images depicting the theme of fighting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
A painting contest aiming to raise public awareness of the dangers of smoking was launched in Hanoi on March 10.
VOV.VN -Toyota Vietnam, in collaboration with Nhi Dong newspaper, have launched an international painting competition titled ‘Toyota Dream Car Art Contest’ in Hanoi.
A ceremony was held in Hanoi on September 29 to reward winners of the third international painting competition entitled “I draw Vietnam – I draw Russia”.
A water resources protection education idea and painting contest was launched at Dich Vong B primary school in Hanoi on September 20 to raise children’s awareness of the role of clean water and measures to protect and use water efficiently as part of a programme named “Mizuiku – I love clean water”.
An international painting contest themed “I love Hanoi – A Peaceful City” was held in Hanoi on May 27 in response to International Children’s Day (June 1).
All Vietnamese primary pupils can paint their dreams and send their works to a painting contest launched by the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam in Hanoi on August 25.
Painters under 40 years old are encouraged to participate in a painting contest launched by the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association in co-operation with The V Art and Galerie Nguyen this week.
A contest themed “Painting and composing messages about care and anti-stigma and discrimination against children affected by HIV/AIDS in 2016” was launched on July 7 in Hanoi.
One hundred children aged 7-15 have participated in a painting contest that highlights the friendship between Vietnam and the US as well as the aspiration for peace and amity among nations around the world
Some 70 Indian and Vietnamese children vividly depicted their impressions about India and friendship between the two nations at a painting contest organised by the Indian consulate in HCM City on January 11.
Eight Vietnamese children, who excelled in the national round of the Mitsubishi Asian Children’s Enikki Festa painting contest, will have their paintings sent to the final round of the competition in Japan.
A contest called “Children painting for traffic safety” was launched in Hanoi on August 17 to mark the National Traffic Safety Year 2012.