Using scissors as brushes and fabric as a paint, artist Trần Thanh Thục has meticulously depicted the beauty of Việt Nam through her amazing creations. Watch how she turns old clothes and materials into beautiful works of art.
About 1,000 people attended and experienced the tourism promotion event “My Soul Seoul in Ho Chi Minh” hosted by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Seoul Tourism Organisation in HCM City on August 2.
The magazine's Southeast Asian edition admired the beauty of destinations across the region, from ancient jungle-clad temples to swanky bars and splendid beaches and there is no shortage of cinematic splendour in Asia.
Tucked away in a small alley in Quán Sứ Street, Hà Nội, the modest food stand of Vũ Thị Hồng has served vegan noodles for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians for a decade. Making 60 to hundreds of bowls of vegan rice noodles per day, the owner says she wants to serve good food and encourage people to avoid killing animals.
French author and adventurer Gontran de Poncins’ Chợ Lớn 1955 (titled in English 'From a Chinese City'), a book on the Old Quarter— known as Chợ Lớn (Big Market) in Saigon (HCM City now), was released on August 1.
Filmmaker Nguyễn Phan Linh Đan's first independent project Tấm Ván Phóng Dao (If Wood Could Cry, It Woud Cry Blood) is one of ten film projects selected by La Fabrique Cinéma to gain access international producers and filmmakers at Cannes.