Mythological animals that star in ancient tales and art play a vital role in religious beliefs and perspectives on life. Along with history, they have become part of Vietnamese culture, as they express the talent of craftsmen.
PSNews – The Department of Science, Strategy and History of Public Security (DSSH) on January 9 held a conference in Hanoi to review its task performance in 2018 and roll out its new working plans for 2019.
Young Vietnamese overseas taking part in the Vietnam Summer Camp 2018 offered incense and flowers at the Dong Loc T-junction monument in the central province of Ha Tinh on July 15.
There are many theories regarding its origin. Some say it started as a variation on pot-au-feu, a French beef stew dish. Others believe it’s the heir to a Chinese beef noodle soup or to a traditional Vietnamese dish of noodles with buffalo meat.
Vietnamese currencies through history has been featured at an exhibition that opened in Ho Chi Minh City on April 27 on the occasion of 42nd anniversary of the Southern Liberation Day (April 30) and International Museum Day (May 18).
PSNews-Various documents and objects featuring Tran Van Lai-Hero of the People's Armed Forces, a prototype of “Biet dong Sai Gon”, will be presented to the Thai Binh Museum.
PSNews- The Quan Thanh Temple Festival, also known as the Co Sau Festival, is celebrated from generation to generation of local people on February 15 (lunar calendar) in order to preserve Quan Thanh Temple’s history and value.
PSNews-The Phan Chau Trinh Institute (PCTI) was officially unveiled on February in Hoi An city, with the attendance of former Vice State President Nguyen Thi Binh.
PSNews-The Lang Son Spring Festival 2017 along with the Tan Thanh Pagoda Festival has officially opened in Van Lang District, Lang Son province.
Various events highlighting the culture and history of the northern province of Bac Kan will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the province’s establishment.