About 40 Kim Hoàng folk paintings will be shown at the Exhibition House on 93 Đinh Tiên Hoàng as a part of a series of cultural activities taking place at the weekend walking street around Hoàn Kiếm Lake from June 15.
With the theme of Indigenous Knowledge – Spring of Life, the festival I Believe I Can 2018 will take place on June 1-2 in Hà Nội.
Two Argentinean dancers Roberto Castillo and Julieta Biscione will present a performance dedicated to the passionate dance of tango on Friday night.
People can remember the musician Trịnh Công Sơn by taking a walk. That is along a street in the capital city that is named after him.
Trịnh Công Sơn walking street, some 900m long, is a fitting tribute to its namesake, the late musician Trịnh Công Sơn (1939-2001), a celebrated Vietnamese musician, songwriter, painter and poet.
A section of the walking street by Hoàn Kiếm Lake will turn into a modelling ramp for 100 children showcasing the latest fashion trends.
An increasing number of fans of Xẩm singing has stirred a wave among folk musicians looking to recover and preserve the traditional form of music.
The opening ceremony of the 8th HCM City Sport Games 2018 was held on Nguyễn Huệ Walking Street on Saturday evening (March 24).
The ancient city of Hội An has allocated some sections of four streets – Trần Quý Cáp, Bạch Đằng, Tiểu La and Hoàng Văn Thu – near Hội An market as a space for the third night market to serve tourists looking for shopping opportunities in the city.
Nguyễn Bảo Trung is the first Vietnamese to win the World Beatbox Camp in 2017. From a novice beatboxer who learned about the art himself, Trung now develops sounds and has participated in a number of international beatbox competitions. He is currently studying Graphic Design in the United States.