An exhibition of handicrafts from four regions of that country has opened with the aim of showcasing the fineness, creativity and diversity of Thai art and culture.
The drama Dạ Cổ Hoài Lang (Night Drumbeats Cause Longing for Absent Husband), a production by talented scriptwriter Thanh Hoàng, will be restaged in a new version in the US next month.
Amateur Nguyễn Đức Kiên beat 13 other contestants in the 7-9 years-old category at the Thailand 6th Mozart International Piano Competition to win first prize.
The touching Vietnamese folk song Người Ơi, Người Ở Đừng Về (My Darling, Please Don’t Leave) has been performed for the first time ever by a group of diplomats from the Canadian Embassy in Việt Nam and famous singer Tùng Dương.
About 10,000 fans will participate in the Fun Beach Festival, a music festival, at East Sea Park in Đà Nẵng from August 12 to 14.
A book on the history and people of Sài Gòn written by journalist Phúc Tiến was released this week.
More than 2,000 fans will be able to catch the final performance of 365, one of the best known boy band in Việt Nam, during their farewell tour in HCM City this weekend.
A dance charity concert titled Moving Feet, Moving Hearts will be held on Saturday in HCM City, showcasing guest dancers from the US.
A creative camp for young writers has opened by the HCM City Theatre Association yesterday.
The remnants of a royal garden of the Nguyễn dynasty, located east of the Huế Imperial complex in the central city of Huế, are being excavated.
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