VOV.VN - Poems about Hanoi resist the flow of time, preserving the ancient values from a millennium ago and promoting contemporary features. Hanoi has always been an endless inspiration for poets.
In Nha Thuyen's understanding, the word, as a living being, is vulnerable.
The Ho Chi Minh City Book Street officially opened on Nguyen Van Binh street, District 1, on January 9, looking to promote the reading habit.
Vietnamese poet Hoang Thi Y Nhi was among the winners of the Swedish literary Cikada Award 2015 "for her poetry protecting the sanctity of life."
The latest edition of the epic poem entitled Truyen Kieu (Tale of Kieu) was released by Tre Publishing House and the Association of Kieu Studies' document department on November 24.
A poetry collection was released in Hanoi on December 31 featuring hundreds of works on Russia by more than 150 authors.
The New York-based publishing firm BOA Editions is set to release a Vietnamese-English collection of poems, The Secret of Hoa Sen.
The first-ever poetry collection by late Polish poet Wislawa Szymborska-Wlodek, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1996, has just been released.
(VOV) -As many as 40 publications including photos, poems and articles of Vietnamese and Russian authors have been displayed at the Russian Centre for Science and Culture (RCSC) in Hanoi.
A collection of poems and prose pieces by dozens of modern Vietnamese and Thai writers just hit the bookshelves in Hanoi on August 5.
An exhibition displaying calligraphic works in Korean script based on the late President Ho Chi Minh’s “prison diary” poems, opened in Hanoi on May 21.
The Museum of Sunchon National University in Jeollanam-do, in the Republic of Korea (RoK), has opened a calligraphic exhibition of late President Ho Chi Minh’s famous collection of poems, ‘Prison Diary’.