Bon Niêng Ha Sào is known as an artisan who can carve almost any traditional patterns onto the nêu pole – an important ceremonial item of the Cil ethnic minority group.
About 40 Kim Hoàng folk paintings will be shown at the Exhibition House on 93 Đinh Tiên Hoàng as a part of a series of cultural activities taking place at the weekend walking street around Hoàn Kiếm Lake from June 15.
Authorities in the central province of Ninh Thuận are planning to compile a dossier on the Chăm people’s pottery heritage in a bid to secure UNESCO recognition.
The world’s wooden interior décor market is predicted to grow at 3.5 per cent in 2018 and continue expanding, providing opportunities to Việtnamese businesses to increase exports of the products.
One of the biggest problems facing people who are just taking up golf is understanding the difference between hitting balls at the range and actually “playing golf”.
More than 270 children aged 8 to 14 are taking part in a summer programme to design a “smarter and more child-friendly” city.
Bình Dương Production and Trading Goods Corporation (Protrade) will make the second share sale prior to its first shareholders’ meeting expected in July, the company announced.
Việt Nam Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) plans to issue 400,000 bonds worth VNĐ10 million each to raise its capital by VNĐ4 trillion (US$174.7 million).
The second International Artistic Encounters, a joint exhibition featuring 11 Vietnamese and French artists, opened yesterday at the HCM City Fine Arts Museum.
Government Decree 67 on preferential policies for aquaculture has helped fishermen in the south central coastal province of Bình Thuận access loans to build high-capacity ships for offshore fishing.