A Vietnamese student in Australia has launched an YouTube channel named Vuong Anh’s Cooking Journey to introduce Vietnam’s tourist spots and dishes from many regions.
"So You Think You Can Dance Vietnam 2015" winner Do Hai Anh and other dancers from HCM City-based Unicorn Art Co Ltd will present “Yen Lam” (Peaceful blue) dance performance at the eighth DanzINC – International Dancers & Choreographers’ Residency Festival in Singapore in mid-August.
Everyone has their own ways to express fondness for their idols. Amid the 2018 World Cup in Russia, a number of Hanoians have a unique way to show their admiration toward footballers.
Although the 2018 FIFA World Cup has just gone half its journey, 23-year-old guy now possesses a trove of 16 lifelike portraits of the event’s biggest football stars.
The FIFA World Cup that now enters the quarterfinals has inspired humour in artists as funny football cartoons and caricatures have now become an added delight for each game.
An ice cafe in Hanoi has become an ideal place for Hanoians, especially young people, to escape from the summer heat.
For the first time, a female Vietnamese artist has won the grand prize at the Signature Art Prize, a triennial award meant to recognise outstanding examples of contemporary art from both emerging and established artists in the Asia-Pacific region.
More than 150 tattoo artists from 16 different countries and territories will attend the Vietnam Tattoo Expo 2018 in Hanoi on July 7th-8th.
Famous Thai star Tono Pakin Kumwilaisuk has called on Vietnam to promote action aimed at putting an end to bear farming in the country.
Yes, they’re cute. But they also have a job to do.
Coming to Vietnam during the American war as a voluntary teacher of English at Can Tho University, a 24-year-old American man did not know he would find the inspiration for his life’s work.
Nguyen Gia Tri’s lacquer work remains known as the best to be found. He is one of the leading names in modern Vietnamese fine art. Along with To Ngoc Van, Nguyen Tuong Lan, and Tran Van Can, he was one of the famous quartet of artists in early Vietnamese art - ‘First Tri, second Van, third Lan, fourth Can’.
A crowd of 3,000 sang the national anthem and stood in line to form a 45m x 25m national flag in Ly Son Island, the central province of Quang Ngai, on June 29th, setting national records of the number of persons singing the national anthem and forming the national flag.
(VNF) The UK Government and the Luang Prabang Film Festival, in cooperation with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), are initiating a short film competition in order to draw attention to this crucial issue for the Mekong region.
The longest lunar eclipse of the century will take place next month on the night of July 27th to 28th.
Football fans hunt for World Cup jerseys every four years when the tournament comes around, and this year is no exception. Compared to previous seasons, even more shirts have been sold this year in Vietnam.
Vietnamese ancient attires now come in costumes for 1/6 dolls (Barbie size). Based on the costumes reconstructed by the Vietnam Centre in "Weaving A Realm", artist Nguyen Huynh Anh Thu had created a collection of costumes for 1/6 doll made from Vietnamese traditional fabric.