On a recent Sunday, a few friends and I visited Sai Son Mountain in
Phuong Cach Commune, 30km southwest of Ha Noi. We ventured there to see
Thay Pagoda, Tay Phuong Pagoda and Chang Son Village.
A draft on the way to preserve and restore the ancient architecture in
Ha Noi's Duong Lam Village was reached at a recent meeting of cultural
managers and experts.
The first Vietnamese International Exhibition on Film and Television
Technology will be held in Ha Noi from next Wednesday to Friday.
The Vietnam-Korea Times – Viet Nam's first Korean language newspaper made its debut in Ha Noi yesterday.
Construction of the Phu My 3 Industrial Zone starts today in the
south-eastern province of Ba Ria Vung Tau to predominantly house
Japanese companies. Viet Nam News spoke to Nguyen Thi Thao Nhi, CEO of
the Thanh Binh Phu My Joint Stock Company, the major investor in the
zone, about its strengths and commitment to the province's development.
Vietnamese classical guitarist Nguyen Thi Kim Chung will perform famous
melodies by Vietnamese and foreign composers in Ha Noi tonight.
A Broadway-inspired revue which became a stage phenomenon in Viet Nam
last summer is set to briefly return to Ha Noi next month.
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