Cửa Ông Temple Fest gets nat’l status
The Cửa Ông Temple Festival – one of the special cultural and historical relics in the country’s northeast – has officially opened in Cẩm Phả District in the northern coastal province of Quảng Ninh.
A special exhibition titled “Waging Peace – US Soldiers and Veterans Who Opposed America’s War in Việt Nam” opened on Monday at the HCM City War Remnants Museum.
Collections of old and rare books, sheets of music, artworks and fans will be exhibited on the HCM City Book Pedestrian Street from March 19-25.
Briton Andria Zafirakou, who works in a school in one of the UK’s poorest areas, on Sunday won the US$1 million Global Teacher Prize for 2018 at a star-studded ceremony in Dubai.
Digging in its claws, Black Panther has clung to its box-office lead for a fifth straight weekend, taking in an estimated US$27 million in North American theaters while fending off two new films, website Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.
Đêm Hoa Lệ (Wonderful Night), a cultural programme that offers cải lương (reformed opera) and hát bội (classical drama) shows, will be staged every week at Chợ Lớn Theatre in HCM City’s District 5, known as Chinatown.
Acute gastroenteritis (AGE) is an infection of the gut and the second leading cause of illness in young children, especially in resource-limited tropical countries like Việt Nam where places are crowded, and food hygiene can be an issue.
People and landscapes of various countries and territories seen through the lenses of Vietnamese photographers are now on display at an exhibition in Hà Nội.
A 400-year-old village devastated by a tropical storm last October has gotten a facelift in the form of murals.
The show Hội An Memories, the largest outdoor visual arts performance ever in Việt Nam, debuted yesterday (March 18) at Hội An Impression Theme Park in the central province of Quảng Nam.