Francophone Film Week presents award-winning movies
Cinema lovers will have chance to enjoy international award-winning films when the Francophone Film Week 2020 kicks off next week.
The bustling atmosphere is apparent in Ông Hảo Village, Liêu Xá Commune, Yên Mỹ District in the northern province of Hưng Yên, as locals prepare handmade toys for the event.
Theatre director Hoàng Duẩn and young actors of Phương Nam Theatre will stage a new play aimed at young audiences to celebrate the Mid-autumn Full Moon Festival, which begins on October 1 (the fifteen day of the eighth lunar month).
The HCM City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) will feature a night of arias from famous operas at the city’s Opera House on September 26 after a short break caused by the second COVID-19 outbreak in mid-July.
Vietnamese pop stars who were popular in the 2000s have made a TV comeback with two new reality shows.
Travel agents from the mountains have alerted their customers that Hoàng Su Phì District farmers in Ha Giang Province have started to cut their rice.
On September 18, Chile commemorates its National Independence Day. Ambassador Jaime Chomali sends a message to mark the 210th anniversary of independence.
An exhibition featuring translations of Vietnamese masterpiece Truyện Kiều (The Tale of Kiều) opened in Paris as part of the activities to mark poet Nguyễn Du’s 255th birthday and commemorate his 200th death anniversary.
A play about the legendary birth of King Lý Công Uẩn (974-1028) who founded the Lý Dynasty and established the country’s capital in Thăng Long (modern-day Hà Nội) will hit the Hà Nội Opera House on September 21-23.