Five films from Belgium’s Mons International Love Film Festival (FIFA Mons) will be screened free of charge in Hanoi.
Some 3,400 runners from around the world will compete in the Vietnam Mountain Marathon which is about to return to Sa Pa, Lao Cai this September.
The Ganesha Festival 2018 will be held on today's evening (September 15) at Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre (63 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi).
Vietnamese students whose films won high prizes at the 12th short-film making contest for Vietnamese students have been invited to attend another contest to be held in Japan in November.
For the first time, the Le Brothers (Le Ngoc Thanh – Le Duc Hai) is holding a contemporary art exhibition in Hoi An. The project of twin brothers Thanh – Hai called “Lan – Lan” is an installation project that combines sculpture arrangements with orchids among one of the most beautiful and largest houses in the ancient city.
Nguyen Phuc Hung, the leading choreographer at the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO), and his team successfully staged the opera “Der Freischütz – Hunters Pride” in July, as a cooperation project with the Goethe-Institut. He granted an interview to Nhan Dan (People) Monthly Newspaper to talk more about the project as well as his career over the past 20 years.
“The sea, the great unifier, is man’s only hope. Now, as never before, the old phrase has a literal meaning: We are all in the same boat", said oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau. But nowadays, the ocean has been severely polluted by human, by their simple daily activities, just like washing your face, using product containing microbeads.
As the country’s largest ever outdoor visual arts performance, with a 3,300 seat theatre and the participation of 500 professional actors, ‘Hoi An Memories’ brings viewers the emotion and special experience of a unique art product imbued with the national identity of Hoi An, a land of rich history and culture.
Entertainment and recreational establishments in Ho Chi Minh City have prepared a host of activities to serve demand during the occasion of the Nation Day (September 2), also a public holiday in Vietnam.
After two trips to Thua Thien-Hue province (in 1996, with his family and in 2016, as the U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam), Ted Osius will visit the ancient citadel for the third time as an athlete participated in the COUPE DE Hue Cycle Race 2018 on August 25th -26th. On this occasion, the former U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam granted an interview to Thua Thien Hue Online newspaper.
An art exhibition of over 200 paintings, graphic art works and sculptures has opened at the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Museum as part of the city’s celebrations of the 73rd National Day, which falls on September 2.
Thai food fans are having the chance to enjoy the authentic taste of Thailand, thanks to the Thai Cuisines Week held by the Embassy of Thai.
About 30 paintings featuring Vietnamese society during the 1975-86 post-war period by two painters Nguyen Thanh Phong and Huu Khoa are on display at an exhibition titled “Thương nhớ thời bao cấp” (“Nostalgia from the Subsidy period”).
Find yourself reaching for a doughnut or two every afternoon in the office? You might want to put these down. CNA Lifestyle lists 6 scenarios that make you gain weight – and how to sidestep them.
Utilising food surpluses from restaurants, hotels and households and transporting them to people in need has been the regular work by the members of the Hanoi Food Rescue (HFR) over the past five years.
Tokyo, it’s fair to say, makes a confident and convincing case as the world’s culinary capital. With its record breaking frequency of Michelin-starred restaurants, a combination of the cutting edge and traditional, and its backstreet, pull-up-a-stool speakeasy spots, every taste is catered for here. With that in mind, here are 11 IDEAL must-try foodie experiences in Tokyo.
Russian cuisine is all about hearty, sustaining food that can warm you up on even the coldest winter night. Making up over a seventh of the earth’s entire land mass, the sheer size of the country and diversity of what moves and grooves within means that there’s so much more to the Russian cuisine than borshch, potatoes and vodka (which means ‘little water’ in Russian, by the way).