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Exhibition showcases the development of National Assembly

  A visitors wearing mask is seen at Việt Nam’s National Assembly — Paths of Innovation and Development exhibition that is being held at the Military Zone 7 Museum, HCM City. The exhibition will run until the end of May. — VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Xuân Khu HCM CITY — Photos and documents that reflect the innovation and development of Việt Nam’s National Assembly over the ... Read More »

Boat race festival recognised as national intangible cultural heritage

  The Tứ Linh boat race festival on Lý Sơn Island in 2020. It has been been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage. Photo truyenhinhdulich.vn HCM CITY   The boat race festival in Quảng Ngãi Province’s Lý Sơn Island, first held in 1826, has been designated a national intangible cultural heritage. The Tứ Linh boat race is held to pay homage to the island’s ancestral ... Read More »

Explore array of Chinese snacks at Phùng Hưng Market

  A dish of willow leaf cakes. VNA/VNS Photo HCM CITY  Chive cakes, willow leaf cakes and radish cakes are among the dozens of Chinese dishes you can find at Phùng Hưng Market in HCM City’s District 5, known as a Chinese food heaven. Chinese chive cakes are made from rice flour and served either flat, round or square. Traditionally, rice ... Read More »

Photobook depicts optimism of street children and working people

  Ngày Hè (Summer). Thúy Hằng HCM CITY  The optimism of street children and working people that shines through despite hardship has been presented in a new photobook by the HCM City-based photographer Trần Thế Phong. Entitled Cười (The Smile), the book features more than 100 photos selected from thousands of images that Phong took over the past 10 years. The publication ... Read More »

Experienced revolutionary singer still willing to reinvent himself

   Singer Trọng Tấn is one among remarkable aritsts of revolutionary music. VNS Photo Hòa Nguyễn Singer Trọng Tấn is one of many remarkable revolutionary music artists. He opened the first season of Con đường âm nhạc (The Road of Music), a television show honouring artists who have made a positive contribution to the national music industry. Minh Thu talks ... Read More »

'No one left behind' project helps locals start online F&B businesses

Representatives from Gojek Việt Nam, the HCM City Women Cultural House and Cafetek HTV sign a cooperation agreement on the launch of the 2021 “No one left behind” project in HCM City on May 5.  — Photo courtesy of Gojek Việt Nam HCM CITY — The “No one left behind” project in HCM City is offering support to people in HCM City who want to to start their ... Read More »

Mussel vermicelli soup helps to cool down summer heat

Thanh Hà We decided to travel by motorbike to Hà Nội’s Phú Xuyên District (about 40km south of the city centre) to enjoy bún hến (fresh rice vermicelli soup with mussels) during the Liberation Day (April 30) and May Day holidays. When we arrived in Phú Xuyên, which is famous nationwide for its traditional occupations such as tailoring and making tò ... Read More »

Long An Province to join regional tourism organisation

  An aerial view of Tân Lập Village, a tourist destination in Long An Province. Photo aptpo.org HÀ NỘI — The southern province of Long An will be admitted as the 130th member of the Tourism Promotion Organisation for Asia Pacific Cities (TPO), based in South Korea, in October. The announcement was made at the 35th executive committee meeting of ... Read More »

Cần Thơ celebrates Reunification Day

Visitors view an exhibition of 1,000 books and documents called “Hiền Tài Đất Việt” (Great Vietnamese People) organised by the Cần Thơ City Library until May 24. VNA/VNS Photo by Ánh Tuyết HCM CITY – The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta City of Cần Thơ is hosting a series of cultural events to celebrate the 46th anniversary of South Việt Nam’s liberation and Reunification Day (April ... Read More »

Art students reveal their subtle moves

  ‘The Subtle Moves’ introduces to the public nearly 30 silk works, which are all composition assignments of art students in their final year of Bachelor’s studies.  HÀ NỘI — A group show by students who majored in the silk painting faculty of the Việt Nam Fine Arts University has opened at Manzi Exhibition Space. Curated by artist Nguyễn Thế Sơn, who is ... Read More »