A private museum in the southern coastal city of Vũng Tàu featuring 2,500 ancient weapons collected from around the globe recently re-opened after a four-year shutdown.
Cô Gái Đến Từ Hôm Qua (Girl from Yesterday), a novel by best-sellering author Nguyễn Nhật Ánh will be adapted to film by director Phan Gia Nhật Linh.
A photo exhibition has opened at the HCM City Book Pedestrian Street on Nguyễn Văn Bình Street in District 1 to celebrate the 41st anniversary of Reunification Day.
Paris-born French-American violinist Stéphane Trần Ngọc will perform for the first time in Việt Nam the Violin Concerto in D major by Erich Wolfgang Korngold at “A Night Of American Music” concert hosted by the HCM City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) at the Opera House today at 8pm.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan will host Japanese Cooking Seminars in HCM City on May 4-5.
Chango Foundation will offer Vietnamese audience a Colombian folk traditional music performance on May 4 in a collaboration between the Embassy of Colombia in Việt Nam and the Ministry of Culture.
The number of international visitors to Việt Nam in April is estimated to reach 789,484 arrivals, down 3.8 per cent over last month and up 11.9 per cent year-on-year, according to the General Department of Statistics.
IDECAF Stage and Hồng Hạc Stage, two of HCM City’s leading private drama troupes, are preparing to stage new plays aimed at young audiences this summer.
From Hà Nội to Tam Cốc, Overnight by Motorbike.
A concert to promote the new action movie Truy Sát (Tracer) will take place in Hà Nội gathering actors and actresses participating to the film and many pop singers.