One young man has successfully built schools for poor ethnic minorities in remote areas raising funds from a very simple source.
A typical busy working day of female lecturers at the Department of Environmental Technology under Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Việt Nam National University of Science, starts at 7am and ends at 7pm, even later at 9.
The 16th annual meeting of the Council for Promoting Tourism in Asia (CPTA) opened yesterday with the participation of member cities including Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Taipei, Manila and Hà Nội.
Switching from rice and maize to growing flowers and applying high-tech methods has helped earn Xuân Quan VNĐ200 billion (US$8.7 million) each year. Bùi Quỳnh Hoa reports.
Seventy students from six countries in Asia and the Pacific (Cambodia, China, Korea, Laos, Thailand and Việt Nam) are learning more about France and Vietnam, right here in Hà Nội.
On the glowing stage of chèo (traditional Vietnamese opera), Thúy Mùi is a charming artist who mesmerises audiences with sweet folk melodies. She is also known as a decisive leader who has contributed significantly to attracting people back to chèo.
10 days after the surprise visit to the age-old Bát Tràng pottery village in Hà Nội, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc yesterday made another visit to Chu Đậu Village in northern province of Hải Dương, considered amongst the ‘cradles of Việt Nam’s ceramics.’
Noted water puppeteer Phan Thanh Liêm has just opened his second miniature theatre for water puppetry at his private home in Hà Nội’s Long Biên District.
The Việt Nam Craft Fair (CraftViet) 2017 will take place from November 9 to 13 in Hà Nội.
A collection of worship objects has been recognised as the most unique gold-inlaid pottery artworks in the country by the Việt Nam Book of Records.