The life stories of Vietnamese migrants who are seeking better lives in the UK are vividly told in a new book.
From last night until this morning of March 25, at many bookstores in Hanoi, many young people spent the whole night queuing for hours to get their hands on the book of the story Vol 1 (volume 1).
New books featuring HCM City's culture and lifestyle by foreigners have earned a warm response from local residents.
Vietnamese publishing houses have recently introduced limited editions of Vietnamese books to honour the country’s leading authors and their works, as well as satisfy readers’ interest in book collecting.
A book named “Nothing is Impossible: America’s Reconciliation with Vietnam” by former US Ambassador to Vietnam Ted Osius made debut on August 10.
A series of world classic books for children have recently been introduced to the local book market.
A book about Phung Thien Nhan, dubbed the Vietnamese “Steadfast Tin Soldier”, will be released in Italy on July 22.
That is the direction given by Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung to the publishing industry.
With the help of media and technology, millions of copies of books can be distributed overnight.
A bilingual Vietnamese-English comic book entitled "The Lost Sandal" has been introduced to Vietnamese readers, a joint product of Belgian author Geralda De Vos and Swedish illustrator Sofia Holt, who are both living and working in Vietnam.
Since late 2020, online stores selling Vietnamese books have bloomed in many European countries including Finland, Sweden, Demark, France, Germany and Belgium.
A book featuring Vietnamese sweet products or mứt by Nguyen Thi Phien and Do Thi Phuong Nhi, female culinary experts of Hue City, has been released by the Vietnam Women Publishing House.