The Tết Nguyên Tiêu (Lantern Festival) on the 15th day of the first lunar month, celebrated by the Hoa ethnic group in Chợ Lớn (Big Market) in HCM City’s District 5, will receive a certificate recognising the festival's inclusion on the national list of intangible cultural heritage.
Seventy-five days have now passed since Việt Nam reported any community transmission of COVID-19. It’s been an unusual year for students, with schools closed and classes held online. Final exams for the school year were held in June, the hottest month in Việt Nam’s north.
Đắk Nông Geopark in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Nông has been a luring destination to tourists and scientists and has been nominated for listing in the Global Geoparks Network by UNESCO.
There are 41 ethnic minority soldiers working on Trường Sa Archipelago, including people of Chăm, Mường, Dao, Mông, Khmer, S’tiêng, Tày and Raglai ethnicities.
In the mountains of Bắc Hà, there is a special plum tree that bears white flowers. It gives the area the name “the white highlands”. Traditional horse racing takes place here.
A lucky hammock which saved the life of a Vietnamese war correspondent is now displayed at the newly-opened Vietnam Press Museum.
Bắc Hà District has been dubbed "The White Highlands" due to the massive white plum flowers that blossom during spring. Every year the district’s traditional horse racing event has become a much-anticipated event, with tourists coming from as far away as Hà Nội and other cities on the plains.
Plenty of people are inspired by this 28-year-old Russian French woman, better known as Micka Chu than by her real name Maria Kalinina.