The Vietnamese Embassy in Argentina and the Argentina-Vietnam Culture Institute (ICAV) on October 1 held a talk with trainees of Argentina’s National Defence College about the history of the past national liberation struggle and current construction and development of Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The Hung King culture has had a profound impact on every stage of Vietnamese history, according to researchers.
The biggest and most comprehensive-ever book collection on the history of Vietnam has just hit bookcases throughout the country.
Overseas Vietnamese held the first Hung Kings festival in Berlin on April 9 to commemorate the legendary founders of the nation in Vietnamese history.
The Phu Luc (Appendix) artist group will interact with American historian Liam Kelley about Vietnamese history on July 17 at Hanoi Creativity City.
Vietnamese readers, particularly youth, will have more opportunities this summer to learn more about the country’s history after the release of new books.
The anniversary of the uprising of national heroines Hai Ba Trung (the Trung Sisters) in the year 40AD was marked at Hai Ba Trung Temple in Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi on March 14.
Vietnamese history, dating from prehistoric times to the modern era, is being depicted at an exhibition opens on September 1 at the Vietnam National Museum of History.
(VOV) -Hanoi’s renowned Old Quarter opens its Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival antique market once a year, selling items of interest from across the various stages of Vietnamese history.
(VOV) -The Voice of Russia has reported the new Russian language publication of the ancient “Việt sử lược” (A Brief History of Vietnam) in Moscow on December 25.