The classic Christmas carol Jingle Bells can be heard across HCM City, a sign that the holiday is very near, with New Year’s Day not far away. Entertaining venues and restaurants in the city and neighbouring provinces have prepared special events for the festive season.
The science documentary film Food Evolution was screened in Hà Nội on Tuesday followed by a panel discussion on the topic of ‘The scientific view about Genetically Modified Food Safety’. The event was organised by CropLife Vietnam in collaboration with the US Embassy in Việt Nam.
Artists have been travelling around Việt Nam telling people about art and showing them how it can make their lives better.
In September, a group of 16 young and talented artists and students began a journey across the nation to bring art closer to different community groups through a project titled Gieo (Sowing). They wanted to prove that art connects people - and that art can heal everyone.
A new venture promoted by a Harvard-educated business graduate providing a low-cost cinema experience is making many customers happy.
On Thursday, April 28, the Friends of Vietnam Heritage will host a movie screening presenting the Mùa Ổi (The Guava House) by director Đặng Nhật Minh at Hanoi Cinematheque, 22A Hai Bà Trưng Street.