Sơn Đồng Handicraft Village in Hoài Đức District, 20km west of downtown Hà Nội, has long been the source of some of Việt Nam's finest carved wood worship objects.
A handmade lacquer work from Việt Nam has become the first contemporary handicraft object from Southeast Asia to be displayed at the Guimet Museum of Asian Art in Paris.
Nguyễn Duy Thành will perform his first dance at the Việt Nam Youth Theatre on June 28 as part of the Hanoi Dance Festival 2019. The work, entitled Thán (named after a kind of tuồng singing) is inspired by tuồng (traditional opera) and follows the language of this art form.
Wherever there are Khmer people, there are pagodas. Sóc Trăng Province in the Mekong Delta area of Việt Nam is such localities, home to 99 Khmer pagodas with different sizes and splendid architectural styles.
A performance of Chuyện Tình Khâu Vai (Khâu Vai Love Story) captured audiences hearts for three nights at the Trần Hữu Trang Cải Lương Theatre early this month, and due to popular demand will be returning to the stage at the end of July.