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Phap Lam art decoration to celebrate crafts festival

VietNamNet Bridge – Artists and craftsmen will decorate two lamps with Phap Lam art at Hue City’s Tu Tuong Park on the occasion of the traditional crafts festival in April, project manager Do Huu Triet said. Phap Lam art, in which copper is coated in enamel and then carved, has been brought back to life.–VNS file photo Phap Lam art, ... Read More »

Exhibition features traditional worship of education

Shrines and altars honouring studying and education are being displayed at an exhibition organised at Hanoi’s Van Mieu (Temple of Literature), which also houses motifs of Confucius and other learned scholars. The exhibition of Ancient Van Tu and Van Chi in Thang Long and Neighbouring Regions shows 130 images and many objects relating to Van Tu and Van Chi including ... Read More »

EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR JAN. 15-31 (daily updated)

Screening of “Man on Wire” Wed 30 Jan 2013, 8 pm The Hanoi Bicycle Collective 44, lane 31 Xuan Dieu Str, Hanoi Come to the next session of Cinexin Hanoi this week with the screening of “Man on Wire”. On August 7, 1974, a 24-year-old French high-wire artist named Philippe Petit committed one of the most astonishing performance stunts of ... Read More »

Soundscape by artists from Brazil, France and Japan

VietNamNet Bridge – ZeroStation will hold a pocket concert called “soundscape” that mixes visual and sound material by three artists Blu Simon Wasem from Brazil, Sheba (Sebastien Szczyrk) from France and Unii from Japan in HCMC. French artist Sebastien Szczyrk performs at ZereStation in HCMC’s District 3 in late 2011. This is a concert where audiences will have a chance ... Read More »

Love story filmed in Hoi An available online for free this weekend

VietNamNet Bridge – Famous pop singer and producer Ngo Thanh Van appears to have further enhanced her image as a bankable movie star in the new film Faifo (Hoai Pho). A scene in Faifo (Hoai Pho), a short film directed by Cuong Ngo, which will be screened online for free this weekend.—File photo Van and her partner, Canadian-Vietnamese director Cuong ... Read More »

Hanoi’s ladies dance to Gangnam Style

VietNamNet Bridge – From 6 to 7 am every day, at the Ly Thai To monument, in Hanoi center, dozens of middle-aged and older women perform the Gangnam Style dance as a way of enhancing health. Some of them are nearly 80 years old. Le Anh Dung Read More »

Banners, slogans used to shield crops from cold

VietNamNet Bridge – The banners, slogans and propaganda posters for anniversaries, holidays and social-cultural-politics events, after completing the propaganda mission, were utilized for many different purposes. Discover their new functions with VietNamNet’s photographer Le Anh Dung: Before or during social-cultural and political events, anniversaries or holidays, the streets of Hanoi or all other places in Vietnam are covered by colorful ... Read More »

Unique fruits for lunar New Year

VietNamNet Bridge – Watermelons in the shapes of cars or gold bars, thousand-finger citrons, grapefruits in the shape of wine gourds… are among the unique fruits for the Lunar New Year 2013. However, these prices are towering high. Watermelons in the shape of four-seat cars, with the letter “Phuc” (blessing) on the hood of the car, are offered by a ... Read More »

Hanoi’s flower village enters the season

VietNamNet Bridge – Nearly two weeks before the lunar New Year, the Nhat Tan flower village in Hanoi begins to be busy with on-the-spot transactions when many customers go to the village to buy peach and kumquat trees.   Nhat Tan peach flowers also appear on the street. Photo: VNE/VOV Read More »

Young people flock to visit the “royal garden”

VietNamNet Bridge – Flower gardens in the Nhat Tan village, Hanoi, have suddenly turned into natural parks with many ornaments and all sorts of brightly colored flowers. Young people flock to these gardens to pose for photos, though they have to pay VND20,000 ($1) a visit. One of the “royal gardens” in the peach flower village of Nhat Tan (Tay ... Read More »