The Vietnamese Film Week in Poland takes place from September 15 to October 31.
A group of amateur painters have gathered to depict Sài Gòn's busy and beautiful life amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Their art will be used to raise funds for Food Bank Việt Nam and Hope Foundation
HCM City will go into lockdown under Government Directive 16 for 15 days starting July 9, but the implementation will ensure the least disruptions to people's lives as possible.
Bố Già (Dad, I’m Sorry), a Vietnamese fim produced by TRẤN THÀNH TOWN, will be distributed in cinemas in the US and Australia on May 28 after its premiere in Malaysia and Singapore on April 22.
Lường Văn Dũng, 40, decided to work as a teacher in a school 300km away from his home in Điện Biện Phủ City.
Two Vietnamese films earned several billions đồng on one day in cinemas last week, following a postponed release date in February amid a COVID-19 outbreak.
Vietnamese filmmakers are ready for the busiest season of the year, the Tết (Lunar New Year) festival, which begins on February 12, with new movies to be released during the long holiday.
Trần Thị Thanh Thuỷ takes care of the poor children in her charity class in Bình Trưng Đông Ward, District 2 of HCM City.
Try to get by without your phone for a day, and you might just find a little freedom you didn’t even know you didn’t have. It’s hard to put the phone away, sure. But when it’s not there, you can’t even be tempted.
It’s perhaps a child’s greatest right to dream and enjoy a happy life. While many hold great ambition, others simply dare to dream of a normal life without illness. Among these are young patients suffering from the blood disorder thalassemia.