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Photo Project Workshop with Zhuang Wubin in Hanoi

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VietNamNet Bridge – Have you always wanted to make a photo project? Do you wish to experience the process of conceptualizing, producing, editing and presenting your work? Do you want to deepen your understanding of PHOTOGRAPHY? As a mean of exploiting and expressing yourself? As an artistic practice and development? As a professional photographer? If ... Read More »

Exhibition to celebrate Russian October Revolution

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The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will open an exhibition on Russia at the National History Museum, on November 7, as part of the activities to mark the 100th anniversary of the Great October Revolution of Russia (November 7, 1917 – 2017). The exhibition will showcase 100 oil and watercolors paintings by painter Tran Quan Ngoc, painted whilst he ... Read More »

Events in Hanoi & HCM City from November 6 to 12

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A selection of noteworthy artistic and cultural events will take place in in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. HANOI PERFORMANCE Flamenco Dance Show “The Small Things” 8pm on November 6 Vietnam National Academy of Music 77 Hao Nam Street, Dong Da District, The flamenco dance show “The Small Things” features the performance of dancer Úrsula López. “The Small Things” ... Read More »

Classical Music Concert “Autumn Bamboo 2″ in Hanoi

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VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnamese Sức Sống Mới bamboo orchestra, the Japanese Waraku bamboo orchestra and the Hanoi Voices choir will reunite on the stage of L’Espace, 24 TrangTien, Hanoi for two exceptional concerts, on November 10-11.  Choirs and musicians from several countries will perform classic works by French and Vietnamese composers.  Under the baton of conductor Dong Quang Vinh, ... Read More »

Cambodian Cultural Week to be celebrated in Vietnam

The 2017 Cambodian Cultural Week will be celebrated in Vietnam from November 8 to 11, with assorted activities aiming to provide Vietnamese people with a deeper understanding of the land and people of Cambodia. UNESCO- recognised Angkor Wat temple complex, a famous tourist attraction in Cambodia  The cultural week, jointly held by the Vietnam’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism ... Read More »

Saigon Int’l Guitar Festival 2017 gets ready

The Saigon International Guitar Festival will make a comeback at the HCMC Conservatory of Music from November 8 to 12, with guitar talents and internationally acclaimed artists taking part. Czech classical guitarist Leon Koudelak  Organized for the first time in 2014, the festival is the annual high-profile music event in Vietnam. The first day of the fourth edition of the ... Read More »

What to do in Saigon at weekends

HCMC, the country’s most dynamic and vibrant economic center, is a must-see place for international tourists to Vietnam because of the age-old landmarks and a wide variety of entertainment and food services, as well as fun activities. Following are some destinations recommended for tourists. Visitors browse for books on Nguyen Van Binh book street in downtown HCMC. This weekend, visitors ... Read More »

Exhibition “Portrait of Life VI – The Bag” in Hanoi

As a kid, I was language-delayed, often wandered and played on my own, with various objects, trees, colored chalks and modeling clay. Those are maybe the signs of what they call nowadays “autism”.  The grown-ups in my hometown, dull and simple, don’t understand kids like that, and they often told me: Maybe we have to crack open your skull and ... Read More »

German Band “the other shi” to perform at Monsoon Music Festival 2017

VietNamNet Bridge – The band “the other shi” was selected to represent Germany at the upcoming Monsoon Music Festival 2017, held from 10 – 12 November 2017 at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long in Hanoi.  The Monsoon Music Festival 2017 will explore this year’s theme of “traffic manners” in an educational effort to encourage greater caution on the capital’s ... Read More »