The 2020 Spring Calligraphy Festival began on January 18 at Hanoi’s Temple of Literature (Van Mieu), honoring the art and tradition of writing.
PSNews - The 2020 spring calligraphy festival will take place at Van Mieu- Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) from January 18 to February 2.
PSNews - Google has revealed the top holiday destinations trending in search for 2020 with Da Nang City of Vietnam ranked first in the Top 10.
The 4th Thai Nguyen – Vietnam Tea Festival will be organised in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on April 17-19 to promote Vietnamese tea products, honour villages, producers and the tea processing industry as well as introduced local tea to domestic and international market.
Blind musician Ha Van Chuong has released a book titled Nham Mat Nhin Sao (Watching Stars With Closed Eyes) aiming to inspire people with disabilities.
The International Music Festival - Ha Long 2020 (HALOMUS) took place in Ha Long city, the northern province of Quang Ninh on January 10 and 11.
PSNews – The biggest French culinary festival in Vietnam will once again be held in Hanoi on January 10-12.
Traditional cultural activities will be hosted by the Dinh Lang Viet (Vietnamese Communal House) group and the Hanoi Old Quarter management board on January 18 in downtown Hanoi.
An exhibition of handwritten notes penned by Nguyen Dynasty Kings (1802-1945) on chau ban (official administrative papers) is ongoing in Hanoi.
Competent agencies are compiling dossiers for Xoe Thai dance and Cham pottery making art to seek UNESCO’s recognition, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced on January 3.
The National Assembly Standing Committee’s resolution on the establishment of Sa Pa district-level town in the northern province of Lao Cai was handed over to the locality’s People’s Committee at a ceremony on December 28.
The annual traditional holiday of the Mong ethnic minority group, known as Nao Pe Chau, takes place at the end of the 11th lunar month. The event is held to celebrate the end of the harvest and spend time relaxing together.
Five singers will represent Vietnam in the final round of the Vietnam - China Friendship Singing Contest 2019 in Hanoi on December 28.
A number of art programmes will be staged in Hanoi to welcome the New Year, according to the municipal Department of Culture and Sports.
PSNews – The New Year countdown program named “Lights 2020” will be held on Nguyen Hue walking street in Ho Chi Minh City with a number of unique performances combining arts and technology.
PSNews – Within the framework of the Da Lat Flower Festival 2019, a fashion show honoring Vietnamese silk was held at Xuan Huong Lake, Da Lat City with the participation of 19domestic silk production establishments.
A ceremony was held by the Heritage Magazine under Vietnam Airlines in Hanoi on December 21 to announce and honor the winners of the Vietnam Heritage Photo Awards 2019.
PSNews – “To-do list”, a short film made by students from Viet Duc High School in Hanoi, has won the Outstanding Film Award at the 13th Asian International Children’s Film Festival held in Japan.
PSNews – The Then singing practice of Vietnam’s Tay, Nung, Thai ethnic groups has been recognized by UNESSCO as one of the Intangible Cultural Heritages of Humanity.
Vietnamese student Cao Dinh Thang has beaten off fierce competition from rival contestants to claim the third prize in the composition category during an awards ceremony held to mark the International Music Competition ‘Golden Talents’ in Orenburg, Russia, on December 15.