The Tết (Lunar New Year) Festival will be organised from January 21-24 at Lê Văn Tám Park in HCM City’s District 1.
Talented Vietnamese underground music bands will have the chance to shine at Livespace Vietnam – a new playground launched by L’Espace in collaboration with Moonsoon Music Festival, and the Thể Thao & Văn Hóa newspaper.
The show sums up the year's issues in Vietnamese society from good performances to bad governance, bureaucracy and corruption, all in a comedy performed by the country's top artists.
Dozens of singers will perform in a special music TV show next week to welcome Spring and Lunar New Year which begins on February 12.
The southern province of Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu plans to reduce its poverty rate to 0.5 per cent under national poverty standards by 2025.
Vinhomes Joint Stock Company signed a partnership agreement on development of The Sakura - Vinhomes Smart City (Ha Noi) project with Samty Corporation, the leading Japanese Real Estate Group
Tết or Lunar New Year Festival is the golden time for Vietnamese cinema, as new films compete fiercely for the holiday crowds.