The final round of the WhiteHat Grand Prix 06 is scheduled to take place in mid-February in Hanoi, according to the Authority of Information Security under the Ministry of Information and Communications.
The young photographers’ festival 2019 was launched in Hanoi on March 26 by the Department of Fine Arts, Photography and Exhibition under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
VOV.VN - In little more than a year since the launch of the “Vietnam today” photo contest, it has received a vast number of outstanding entries showing off the astounding beauty of the nation and its people.
VOV.VN - The beauty of Vietnam is lively portrayed through the lens of winners at the 7th Tourism Art Photo Contest themed ‘Vietnam Today’ launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and Vietnam Association of Photographic Artists.
The beauty of Vietnam, from the coastal region to the highlands, is portrayed in photos displayed at the exhibition Vietnam Today.
An exhibition themed ‘Vietnam Today’ displaying 96 outstanding photos of Vietnam’s landscapes and people will be open to the public at the Centre for Fine Arts and Photography (29 Hang Bai Street, Hanoi) from July 5-9.
(VOV) -Have a great Vietnam photo, or think you can capture one? It could show up on a poster or billboard as part of a contest entitled ‘Vietnam Today’ being sponsored by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).
Vietnam’s history, analysis of foreign policies and latest research on political and socio-economic issues in the country are featured in a scientific publication entitled “Vietnam Today”, which was published recently in Russia.
A book on contemporary Vietnam compiled by a research centre for Vietnam and ASEAN under the Russian Academy of Science (RUS) is set to be released shortly.
A seminar entitled "Vietnam, Yesterday and Today" was held on August 16 in the General Rodriguez district of the Buenos Aires province under the auspices of the Vietnamese Embassy and Argentina-Vietnam Cultural Institute (ICAV).
An exhibition entitled “Vietnam Today” opened at the Vietnamese Cultural Centre in France (VCCF) on October 22.