Artist Nguyễn Quốc Dân, chosen as the “new face” by Japanese NHK television programme Takeshi Art Beat, speaks about his latest exhibition and his career.
Đà Nẵng hosted 230,000 tourists, of which 45,000 were foreign visitors, during a short vacation on the country’s Liberation Day (April 30) and May Day.
French artists of the Compagnie par Terre dance group will perform in HCM City on May 4 and in Hà Nội on May 6, as part of their Asian tour.
On occasion of the celebration of 225th anniversary of the first Polish Constitution on May 3, Việt Nam News presents an article written by Polish Ambassador to Việt Nam, Barbara Szymanowska.
The capital’s first Ornament Plant and Pet Festival is taking place in Vinhomes Riverside urban area in the Long Biên District.
Rally Indochina is Southeast Asia’s largest annual charity motorcycle adventure to raise money for the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation to combat trafficking of children in Việt Nam. This is the rally’s sixth year and the first time the route will head north from Hà Nội.
A street parade comprising art troupes from several countries, including Japan, Korea, Mongolia and Cuba, was part of the Huế Festival that is currently underway.
A class on traditional culture of the Bố Y ethnic minority group in the northern province of Lào Cai will be held in the locality from May 11 to 13.
“Worth watching,” “interesting” and “well-organised” were the words the audience used to describe the ongoing international kite festival at Ecopark, some 13km southeast of Hà Nội’s city centre.
The biggest-ever kite festival in the north is going on at Ecopark, a new urban residential area in the northern province of Hưng Yên, some 13km from Hà Nội’s city centre.