Nguyễn Đức Huy has his own way of arousing interest in Vietnamese hát bội (classical opera) – painting hát bội characters in a chibi style.
There is a workshop filled with strange creatures in Ho Chi Minh City. They are characters from movies. Some are scary. They are used by companies at events as well as in amusement parks.
The Vietnam International Exhibition on Chemical Industry to be held in HCM City from November 27 to 30 will offer a platform for domestic and foreign businesses to exchange information and explore business opportunities.
Singing, dancing, a fashion show and cuisine are some of the highlights of Diwali Night, which will be held on November 23 in Hà Nội.
Ly Hoàng Ly is a Vietnamese visual artist, poet and editor. Her sculpture Mật Mật Mật hay Những phân mảnh của Niềm tin (Honey Honey Honey or The Fragments of Trust) was bought by EMASI International Bilingual Schools to display at the EMASI Nam Long School campus in HCM City.
Artists in Hà Nội love their city. They get to know all about the old buildings and they get to show their work in the city. Painters come to their events from different countries.