Sixty four years after its liberation (1954-2018), Hanoi has been on the way to become one of the most modern and dynamic cities in the region.
PSNews - After participating in the launching ceremony of Vinfast, the Vietnam’s first automotive manufacturer at Paris Motor Show with David Beckham, Miss Vietnam 2018 Tran Tieu Vy drew attraction of people in Paris for her beauty and impressive fashion style.
PSNews - Participants will also have chance to enjoy the performance of Coreyal music band and ONGALS comedian group during the RoK Cultural Days 2018, in Hoi An ancient town, Quang Nam province.
The central coastal province of Thua-Thien Hue, especially Hue City, is projected to become a smart tourist destination in the years to come, having invested in technology, infrastructure and relevant services based on a recently approved smart tourism plan.
The Khmer community in the southern provinces of Hau Giang and Soc Trang are celebrating their Sene Dolta festival, a major event of the ethnic group to remember ancestors, with both traditional rituals and social activities.
Hundreds of photos of celebrations across the capital city of the glorious victory on October 10, 1954 are on display at Hoa Lo Prison in Hanoi to mark the 64th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day.
The vibrancy and distinctive features of Hanoi’s craft streets and villages are being reflected at a photo exhibition entitled “Hanoi in me” which opened at the Temple of Literature on October 9.
Inspired by one of the most famous and powerful works of world-renowned composer Maurice Ravel, artistic director of Shanghai Ballet Theater Xin Lili has collaborated with Le Ngoc Van to choreograph a ballet called “Bolero & Suite en Blanc” that will be staged at the Hanoi Opera House on October 17 and 18.
Concert of Childhood Memory will be back at the Conservatory of HCMC on the nights of October 14 and 15 with the theme “Beyond Magic,” featuring a series of soundtracks from Harry Potter, the Lord of the Rings and How to Train Your Dragon.
An exhibition featuring the 2018 Kate Festival, the most important annual celebration of the ethnic Cham Brahman community, opened in the central province of Ninh Thuan on October 8.
A set of 100 ceramic floor vases featuring Vietnam’s traditional patterns created by artisan Pham Van Tuyen - Venerable Thich Chanh Tinh, has received an entry in the Vietnam Book of Records.
The fifth International Puppetry Festival held in Hanoi from October 8-15 sees the participation of troupes from Cambodia, Laos, the Philippines, Thailand, Wallonia-Brussels of Belgium, France, and Brazil.
Qatar Airways is pleased to announce the launch of direct flights to Da Nang, Vietnam, starting December 19 2018. The beautiful coastal city will be the third Vietnamese destination on the award-winning airline’s rapidly expanding global network.
Son La province has 18 ethnic groups living together despite their different customs and lifestyles. Traditional clothes are an important component of a culture, which identify ethnic groups and reflect their society, production, and history.
The National School of Languages, Linguistics and Translation under the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the Vietnamese Embassy in Mexico held a Day of Vietnamese Language and Cuisine and screened films to introduce Vietnamese culture to lecturers and students on October 5.
A good cup of coffee gives you the strength to power through a long, tiring day.
HIWC (Hanoi International Women’s Club) will hold its Annual HIWC Charity Bazaar 2018 on November 18 at Starlake Tay Ho Tay new town.
After amazing Hanoi’s audience with an outdoor concert last year, the world-famous London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is back in the capital city for a musical extravaganza on October 5 night.
The Muong Lo Tourism-Culture Week and the Mu Cang Chai Terraced Field Festival will take place in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai on October 12-14, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Duong Van Tien has said.
PSNews - The Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Centre kicked off the exhibition named “Hanoi: Moments of October 1954” on October 3, at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, Hanoi, with the aim of celebrating the 64th anniversary of the Hanoi’s Liberation Day,