The central province of Quang Nam’s Culture, Sports and Tourism department has introduced eight new tourist sites this year.
The beauty of Vietnam is lively portrayed through the lens of five photographers – Pham An Duong, Nguyen Phuc Loc, Minh Hoa, Dang Tuan and Nguyen Thanh Hai - at the exhibition ‘Colour of Life’.
PSNews - An ancient stone stele featuring the name of a Nguyen Dynasty emperor's wife was found underground in an ongoing car park project near the Tomb of Emperor Dong Khanh and Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc in Hue city.
PSNews-After resounding successes in three films shot in Vietnam, namely L'Amant (The Lover), Indochine (Indochina), and Diên Biên Phu (Dien Bien Phu), the French cinema is likely to once again help promote the image of Vietnam and Vietnamese people with the movie “Ciel rouge”.
The Da Nang International Firework Festival 2017, concluded in the central city of Da Nang on June 24 with a spectacular final show by the three best teams from Italy, Australia and the UK.
PSNews - The first prize of this photo contest went to the photo by Mr. Nguyen Huu Thong named "The sharing of work".
PSNews - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued Decision No.2458/QD-BVHTTDL to announce more national intangible cultural heritages on June 22.
An arts programme, introducing the unique cultural identities of the Raglai ethnic minority people from Ninh Thuan province, will take place at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Dong Mo, Son Tay district, Hanoi, on June 24-25.
Vietnamese film Father and Son, directed by Luong Dinh Dung, will compete and be screened at the 21st Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).
Vietnam’s revolutionary press began when leader Nguyen Ai Quoc established the “Thanh nien” (Youth) newspaper in 1925.
Da Sy village is located in an area which is home to many celebrities. It is also one of the most famous blacksmith craft villages in the northern delta region.
PSNews - In a hustle and bustle of city life, a unique yoga performance held in the midst of Hanoi on June 17 helped connect all people together in a peaceful and civilized atmosphere.
Binh Lap Island, around 80km from Nha Trang City, is named as the ‘Maldives’ in Vietnam thanks to its white stretches and crystal clear water.
Ho Chi Minh City is planning to open a few more book streets after the first one in the downtown area turned out to be a much bigger success than expected.
Vietnam is yet to show the world how special its silk is and how skilled its craftswomen and craftsmen are, experts said on June 12.
PSNews-In the past tens of years, Colonel Dang Minh Tam, former officer of the Lam Dong Provincial Police has overcome various difficulties going to rural villages to collect artifacts related to traditions, rituals and lifestyles of ethnic minority people in the Central Highlands in an attempt to preserve the soul of the ethnic minorities amid the “international integration” wave and “cultural artifacts drains”.
PSNews - This year's International Yoga Festival in Vietnam will take place from June 17 to July 2 in nine cities and provinces of Vietnam, and the events are expected to attract the participation of more than 7,000 people.
PSNews - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in collaboration with the Quang Nam Provincial People Committee solemnly celebrated the 415th anniversary of Thanh Chiem Compound (1602-2017) and received the National relic certificate on June 12 in Dien Ban town.
An art performance marking the 27th anniversary of the Russian Federation’s National Day was held in Hanoi on June 12.
The Vietnam branch of UNESCO has been an effective bridge between the nation and the rest of the world, Pham Binh Minh, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs said yesterday.