Originated in central Việt Nam, hến xúc bánh đa (stir-fried baby clams with sesame rice crackers) is an authentic dish, an easy appetiser and popular beer accompaniment.
Màu Tím Hoa Sim (The colour of myrtle flowers) is considered one of the most touching poems composed by poet Hữu Loan (1916-2010). It is a lament dedicated to Loan’s first wife Lê Đỗ Thị Ninh, who drowned in her homeland of Thanh Hóa Province in 1949.
The Military Band Service of the National Guard of Russia will perform for the first time in Việt Nam Friday and Sunday.
Non Nước Cao Bằng UNESCO Global Geopark is an exceptional area in which it is possible to explore the history of planet Earth for more than 500 million years. It’s also a land of tangible and intangible cultural heritage sites. Bùi Quỳnh Hoa explores.
One of Việt Nam’s top saxophonists is Trần Mạnh Tuấn. Now, his daughter, An Trần, has also become a saxophonist. She has just released her first music video.
The daughter of Việt Nam’s leading saxophonist Trần Mạnh Tuấn, An Trần, is following in his footsteps, attracting the attention of Vietnamese musicians and audiences.
Young director Trần Hữu Tấn, who is making a psychological thriller inspired by a Vietnamese folk song called Bắc Kim Thang has sparked excitement among horror film enthusiasts.
The concert Around The World will kick off new season of Việt Nam National Opera & Ballet (VNOB) under the baton of guest conductor Martin Garcia Leon this week at the Hà Nội Opera House.
The “Xúc Xắc Xúc Xẻ” music video about the traditional spirit of the Vietnamese Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday, produced by HTV3 DreamsTV and South Korea’s Badanamu management company Calm Island, has debuted in HCM City.