Google Doodle honours first female Vietnamese newspaper editor Suong Nguyet Anh
The world’s most popular search engine Google has paid tribute to Suong Nguyet Anh, the first female editor of the nation’s first women’s newspaper by posting a drawing of her on its homepage on February 1.
Banh Cuon among world top 10 dishes visitors should try in 2023
Australian travel magazine Traveller has listed Banh Cuon, Vietnamese steamed rice rolls, among the top 10 best meals from around the world that visitors should try in 2023.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City among safest cities in Southeast Asia
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have both been included in a list of the safest cities in Southeast Asia, as compiled by statistics site Numbeo.
UNESCO Representative: Viet Nam succeeds in connecting tangible with intangible cultural heritage
Viet Nam has outstanding culture and natural sites and the country is successful in connecting tangible with intangible cultural heritage, highlighted UNESCO Representative in Viet Nam Christian Manhart.
Vietnam leaves long-lasting impression on Chinese poet
Chinese poet Brier Yang felt in love with Vietnam during her first visit 10 years ago. Since then, she has felt the urge to return and explore.
Tay artist’s free class makes Then folk singing accessible to all
Then is an essential ritual practice of the Tay, Nung, and Thai ethnic minority groups in northern Vietnam. 62-year-old artisan Hoang Lien Son of Na Hang district, Tuyen Quang province, organizes free Then singing classes to help preserve the culture of the Tay people and pass it on to future generations.
Yen Tu spring festival set to reopen after three-year hiatus
The Yen Tu spring festival in the northern province of Quang Ninh is scheduled to kick off on January 31, the 10th day of the Lunar New Year, after enduring three years of disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Travel reveals budget travel tips to Ho Chi Minh City
Canada-based magazine The Travel on January 10 revealed several tips for foreign visitors looking to travel on a budget to Ho Chi Minh City.
Hanoi calligraphy festival set to run during Tet
The annual spring calligraphy festival will kick off at the Literature Lake, part of the Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature), on January 15 after a two-year hiatus related to the development of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lai Vung Red Mandarin Festival opens in Dong Thap for the first time
Lai Vung District in Dong Thap Province launched the first Lai Vung Red Mandarin Festival in the district on January 5, aiming to promote the consumption of the fruit and local tourism.
Exhibition of collections of Vietnamese folk paintings to open in HCMC
HCMC Fine Arts Museum in coordination with the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum organized an exhibition titled “The color of Spring in Tu Binh folk paintings” featuring collections of Vietnamese folk paintings.
Exhibition recalls Mau Than General Offensive and Uprising in 1968 spring
A photo exhibition recalling the Mau Than General Offensive and Uprising in the spring of 1968, officially opened in Ho Chi Minh City.
Also known as Dien Huu Tu (Pagoda of Permanent Blessings) or Lien Hoa Dai (Lotus Tower), One Pillar Pagoda (or Chua Mot Cot in Vietnamese) is located on the street named Chua Mot Cot in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Fashion helps honour cultural heritage
Vietnam International Fashion Week-VIFW 2022 recently wrapped up in Hanoi, ending a successful year with many exciting events hosted by the fashion industry after the COVID-19 pandemic. Joining the global trend, Vietnamese fashion designers paid greater attention to highlighting culture and using environmentally friendly materials for their products.
Hoi An launches unique cultural activities to welcome in the New Year
Hoi An Ancient Town in the central province of Quang Nam has kicked off a number of unique art and cultural activities aimed at welcoming in 2023, including a programme entitled "Artistic and creative path".
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