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Update news calligraphers
Calligraphy couplets were an indispensable part of the Vietnamese Lunar New Year in the past.
Although small in geographical area, Vietnam still has much to be proud of, especially in terms of arts and culture.
VietNamNet Bridge – Nearly 100 artworks from 54 calligraphers have been showcased at the 2016 spring calligraphy festival which closed on February 15 in Hanoi's Temple of Literature.
The Hanoi cultural department will organise the 2016 Calligraphy Writing Festival at the Literature Lake in Hanoi's Temple of Literature from February 2-15.
The annual Lunar New Year (TET) calligraphy exhibition, which has taken place for over a decade along Van Mieu Street in the Dong Da district of Hanoi, has been relocated this year to the Temple of Literature.
VietNamNet Bridge – More than 60 calligraphers who passed a recent test will get a permit to work at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi this lunar New Year (Tet Holiday).
Fierce contest among calligraphers for Tet honours; Contest seeks admission videos rapping the news; Seminar to introduce works by Nguyen Trieu Luat; Dragon cruise to ferry tourists along Han River
VietNamNet Bridge - On the morning of January 19, calligraphers with ink and red paper began to appear on the pavement in front of the Youth Culture House and the Labor Palace in HCM City.
VietNamNet Bridge – In a classroom filled with the scent of lotus tea, students use brushes to write an ancient script. Some are teenagers; others, like Nguyen Huu Dong, the oldest student in the class, are in their late 70s.
VietNamNet Bridge - More than 100 people from 12 famous calligraphy clubs throughout the country grouped up in the southern coastal city of Vung Tau on January 12.