Wednesday, May 23,2018 - 2:54 GMT+7  Việt Nam EngLish 

  Vietnam Festival 2018 opens in Tokyo (Monday, May 21,2018)

The Vietnam Festival 2018 kicked off at Yoyogi park in the Japanese capital of Tokyo on May 19 on the occasion of the 128th birth anniversary of late President Ho Chi Minh.

  Phu Yen welcomes UNESCO status for Bai Choi singing (Monday, May 21,2018)

A ceremony was held in Tuy Hoa city, the south central province of Phu Yen, on May 20 to receive a certificate from UNESCO recognising Bai Choi singing, a popular folklore style of singing in central Vietnam, as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

  Paintings depict Singapore, Vietnam after 45 years of ties (Monday, May 21,2018)

A collection of 20 paintings by Vietnamese artist Pham Luan and his Singaporean counterpart Jeffrey Wandly are being displayed at an exhibition in Hanoi to commemorate the 45th founding anniversary of diplomatic relations.

  HCM City set for taekwondo tournaments (Monday, May 21,2018)

Ho Chi Minh City will host three continental taekwondo championships later this month.

  Yen Bai: 'Crystal cloud' exhibition, paragliding festival open (Monday, May 21,2018)

The northern mountainous province of Yen Bai opened two special events in the stunning Mu Cang Chai terraced rice fields on May 19, featuring an exhibition with crystal clouds and a paragliding festival.

  Dazzling crystal cloud display in Yen Bai marks Uncle Ho’s birthday (Friday, May 18,2018)

Visitors to La Pan Tan commune, Mu Cang Chai district, the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai will be dazzled by a garden of crystal clouds which is set up to mark the 128th birthday of the late President Ho Chi Minh (May 19).

  International watercolour exhibition opens in HCM City (Thursday, May 17,2018)

An international watercolour exhibition opened in Ho Chi Minh City on May 15, displaying 74 works of 55 painters.

  Film on Mother Goddesses opens (Thursday, May 17,2018)

A 108-episode film on the worship of Mother Goddesses will be showcased to the public this month.

  Vietnamese culture highlighted in Japan (Thursday, May 17,2018)

Many Japanese have been fascinated by Vietnamese foods and Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dress) shows during the recent International Cultural Festival held in Tsukuba city, Ibaraki prefecture.

  Vietnamese female director’s movie on sale at Cannes (Thursday, May 17,2018)

Movie star, director and producer Ngo Thanh Van’s latest action thriller, Hai Phuong (officially called “Furie” in other markets), is on sale at the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival 2018, which opened on May 15.

  Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese artists give silent talk through art (Thursday, May 17,2018)

Imposing landscapes, daily life stories and internal sensations are themes of a joint exhibition between Vietnamese, Japanese and Thai artists.

  Bac Ha tourism culture week slated for June (Thursday, May 17,2018)

A tourism culture week is scheduled to take place in Bac Ha district in the northwestern province of Lao Cai from June 1-9, under the theme “Colours of the White Highland”.

  Then singing festival wraps up in Ha Giang (Wednesday, May 16,2018)

The sixth national festival of the art of Then singing and Tinh gourd lute of the Tay, Nung and Thai ethnic groups concluded in the northernmost province of Ha Giang on May 14.

  Classes preserve Cong ethnic minority’s folk art (Wednesday, May 16,2018)

The Cong ethnic group in Muong Te district, the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau, is one of the most disadvantaged ethnic minorities in Vietnam, but the group boasts a diverse cultural life with traditional values.

  Vietnamese athletes shine at Asian karate event (Wednesday, May 16,2018)

Vietnam won one gold, four silver and five bronze medals at the Asian Karate Federation Cadet, Junior and U21 Championship, which recently concluded in Japan.

  Cham Bani people in Binh Thuan celebrate Ramuwan festival (Wednesday, May 16,2018)

Ethnic Cham people in the central province of Binh Thuan has started celebrations to welcome their traditional Ramuwan festival, the biggest festival for the Cham community in Vietnam.

  Hue looks to become ‘food capital’ of Vietnam (Wednesday, May 16,2018)

Hue city, which has long been known as the only place in Vietnam that has royal dishes, is striving to become the capital of gastronomy in Vietnam.

  200 photos featuring Quang Ninh tourism on display (Tuesday, May 15,2018)

Up to 200 photos by 20 photographers were on display in the northern province of Quang Ninh from May 4-14

  Torres Strait masks to be introduced in Vietnam for first time (Tuesday, May 15,2018)

An exhibition on Torres Strait masks will be introduced in Vietnam for the first time by the Australian Embassy in Vietnam together with the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology.

  Vietnamese contemporary paintings exhibited in Algeria (Tuesday, May 15,2018)

An exhibition showcasing paintings by a Vietnamese artist is being organised for the first time in Algeria from May 13-14 by the Vietnamese Embassy in the country in collaboration with the Algerian Ministry of Culture.

  Various activities during European Book Days in HCM City (Monday, May 14,2018)

The third European Book Days officially opened on Nguyen Van Binh Book Street in Ho Chi Minh City on May 13, featuring a myriad of activities attractive to local young people.

  Vietnamese food attracts Czech people in festival (Monday, May 14,2018)

Vietnamese special dishes received appraisals from visitors to a culinary and cultural festival in Prague 6 district in the Czech Republic on May 12.

  Eight teams vie for trophy at int’l women’s volleyball tourney (Monday, May 14,2018)

The 12th international women’s volleyball tournament – VTV9 Binh Dien Cup kicked off at the sports centre of central Quang Nam province on May 12.

  Vietnam ranks fourth at AFC Women’s Futsal Champs (Monday, May 14,2018)

Vietnam lost to Thailand 2-3 in the penalty shootout, following a goalless draw in the official time to rank fourth in the AFC Women’s Futsal Championship 2018 on May 12, which was held at the Hua Mak Gymnasium in Bangkok.

  Quang Ninh ready for national Then singing festival this May (Friday, May 11,2018)

The northern province of Quang Ninh has completed its preparation of six Then songs to join the 6th national Then singing festival, slated for May 12 – 14 in Ha Giang and featuring art troupes from 16 provinces and cities.

  World women’s beach volleyball event kicks off in Quang Ninh (Friday, May 11,2018)

The Tuan Chau-Ha Long Open 2018 of the FIVB World Tour kicked off at the Tuan Chau international tourism and entertainment site in Ha Long city, northern Quang Ninh province, on May 10.

  Vietnam lose to Iran at AFC futsal event (Friday, May 11,2018)

Vietnam lost to defending champions Iran by five goals to zero in the semi-finals of the AFC Women’s Futsal Championships at Bangkok Arena in Thailand on May 10.

  More than 1,600 triathletes to race in Da Nang Ironman (Friday, May 11,2018)

More than 1,600 people from 56 countries and territories will do battle in a bid to become Ironman.

  Ninh Binh, sleeping beauty has woken up (Thursday, May 10,2018)

For a thousands years Ninh Binh was Vietnam’s best kept secret. Hidden away just a few hours from Hanoi, the rural masterpiece may be small in size and population, but its rugged landscapes offer visitors a massive slice of heaven.

  “A touch of Belgium” celebrates Vietnam-Belgium bonds (Thursday, May 10,2018)

Belgian culture will be brought closer to Hanoians through the event “A Touch of Belgium” to be held by the Belgian Embassy at the Ly Thai To Statue Garden on May 12 to mark the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

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