Hà Nội’s mum in a million receives award1
A phone call to Trần Phương Lan from the National Children’s Hospital four years ago would change her life forever.
Just a short stroll from a provincial road lies Teng Village in mountainous Ba Tơ District in the central province of Quảng Ngãi, the tranquil home of 200 families from the H’Re ethnic minority and a centre of brocade-making for generations.
The Liberation Press Agency (LPA) -- the wartime southern advance element of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) -- was one of 15 collectives bestowed the title “Hero of the People’s Armed Forces” by President Nguyễn Phú Trọng for its illustrious achievements during the anti-American war.
With the aim to inspire others with positive messages in life, Hồ Nhật Hà has released a book entitled Đi Bộ Xuyên Việt Với Cây Đàn Guitar (Walking Through Việt Nam With the Guitar) which records his memorable journey of youth in exploring the nature, human and himself along the country in 113 days.
Bát Xát, the westernmost district in Lào Cai Province, is where the Red River starts. Bát Xát has long been on must-see lists for the northwest, boasting magnificent mountains, clean air, and colourful ethnic minorities.
Seventy-five years have since passed, but the glory of that day never fades
Wide-eyed city-born youth caught up in the warwind of revolution and war to become a famous renovator of traditional opera
Lê Đức Vân was among the key people behind the historic August 1945 Revolution in Hà Nội, a major landmark in modern Vietnamese history that helped shape what the country is today.
Điểu Huyền Lít from the S’tiêng ethnic minority group in the southern province of Bình Phước’s Long Giang Commune in Phước Long District has been persistent in his efforts to preserve the traditional local gong culture.
Traditional toys still popular among Việt Nam's young when festival time comes around