Quiet, traffic free streets in Việt Nam's normally hectic and bustling cities? That can only mean on thing... Tết is here!
The Prime Minister has signed decisions to recognise 27 more national treasures dating back to the second and third century B.C.
The magnificent province of Ninh Bình, home to winding water flows among beautiful karsts, rice fields and lotus swamps, the natural studio for the blockbuster Kong: Skull Island is now back in the national spotlight.
Tourism creates thousands of jobs and helps drive the economic and social development of the country. For some provinces like Hưng Yên, leaders are focusing on forming policies to boost the sector's growth. An Vũ reports.
Composer Nguyễn Quang Long has released the new music video (MV) combining traditional arts: xẩm (blind busketers’ singing) and quan họ (love duets).
Seven historical, artistic and architectural relics have been officially recognised as special national sites by the Prime Minister, including Mù Cang Chải terraced fields in the northern province of Yên Bái.
For more than two hundred years, a village in Nam Định Province has produced bells.