‘Queen of Vietnamese Pop’ – diva Thanh Lam, has reunited with her ex-husband, music producer Quốc Trung, for a music project beginning with a concert at the beginning of next month.
Composer and music producer Nguyễn Quốc Trung, who is also director of Việt Nam’s biggest international music festival – Monsoon Music Festival (MMF) – has been invited to attend the on-going music business event Mu:CON in South Korea.
Dozens of residents of a mountainous commune in the northern province of Phú Thọ fear they might have contracted HIV after receiving from a local doctor injections that were allegedly contaminated.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Madrid and Durán Auction House will co-organise a charity auction of photographs by Vietnamese photographer Viet Ha Tran on May 19.
Divo Tùng Dương never failed in proving his leader position in Vietnamese music industry, as he always bring new surprise to amaze his audience.
HCM City is now treating hazardous medical and industrial waste by high-tech methods at two plants,, but by 2020 the city will need additional plant capacity as well as more private investment when public funding runs out.
Composer Dương Cầm is also a producer with many sold-out albums and big shows in Hà Nội to his credit. He spoke about his participation at Celebrity Battle and on qualities needed to become professional singer.
Singer Tùng Dương, who has been dubbed ‘divo’, holds his latest live show entitled Trời và Đất (Heaven and Earth) this weekend. Dương talks with Thúy Hằng about his show as well as his experiences of fatherhood.
A special show, scheduled to take place in Hà Nội next month, will see four Vietnamese divas perform alongside singer Tùng Dương, who is well-known for his not-for-everyone music.