Đinh Thị Long has lived in her house in Ninh Vân village for over 50 years, and is still getting used to the idea that it has become a major tourist attraction in the famous stone carving village in northern Ninh Bình Province’s Hoa Lư district.
A self-managed POW Museum tells stories of barbaric torture and astounding courage
Vietnamese director Đặng Nhật Minh is one of three global filmmakers to be honoured at the 36th Amiens International Film Festival (FIFAM), taking place from November 11 to 19 in Amiens, France.
A short story by Le Minh Khue
The Hồ Chí Minh Communist Youth Union yesterday called on youths nationwide to join the “Green Sunday” and “Let’s clean up the ocean” campaigns.
Over 20 sculptors nationwide are joining a stone sculpture workshop at the Quảng Trị Citadel, a national relic site, in the central province.
The HCM City-based War Remnants Museum has just received the original English version of a diary written by war martyr Dr Đặng Thùy Trâm, who worked on the battlefield as surgeon in a central province of Việt Nam during the American war.
Đà Nẵng presents apartment to naval martyr’s family