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A foreign man in a traditional Vietnamese long dress drawing calligraphy at a recent Spring Calligraphy Festival in the Literature Temple in downtown Hanoi attracted many visitors.
Tran Van Tuan has pursued calligraphy for nearly 20 years. For him, calligraphy is not just a hobby but a passion.
The annual Spring Calligraphy Festival, which honours the art and local tradition of writing, will begin at Hanoi’s Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam on January 15, marking its return following two years of hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The annual spring calligraphy festival will kick off at the Literature Lake, part of the Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature), on January 15 after a two-year hiatus related to the development of the COVID-19 pandemic.
WorldKings and Vietkings on July 1 recognised Collection of Nguyen Dinh Chieu’s Poems, a calligraphy book on poet Nguyen Dinh Chieu as the largest calligraphy book in Vietnamese of poet Chieu's poems in the world.
The Tet holiday is the most important and most anticipated of the year in Vietnam. A number of meaningful traditional customs are practiced at this time, with collecting calligraphy being among the most beautiful.
Dao Huy Hoang, 28, a graduate of Hanoi Foreign Trade University, is known as a pioneer in Western calligraphy in Vietnam.
The calligraphy market at the HCM City Youth Cultural House in District 1 has become a must-visit attraction for residents and visitors for taking photos and buying calligraphy works for Tet (Lunar New Year).
Calligrapher Ngau Thu will display his works featuring poems by Heinrich Heine at an exhibition at the Ha Noi Goethe Institute.
Although small in geographical area, Vietnam still has much to be proud of, especially in terms of arts and culture.
The annual Spring Calligraphy Festival will be held at the Literature Lake, a part of the Van Mieu (Temple of Literature) on February 9-25.
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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.
VietNamNet Bridge – Calligrapher Le Trung Kien has taught Han (Chinese script) and Nom (Vietnamese ideographic script) for 10 years for free. He founded Nhan My Hoc Duong (Nhan My School of Calligraphy),
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.
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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).
VietNamNet Bridge – With emotion in his voice, Nguyen Quoc Nghia sang his nostalgia for Viet Nam and his sadness at not being with his family on the occasion of Tet.
VietNamNet Bridge – Banh Xeo (Pancake) Pagoda is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tinh Bien, a border area in the Mekong province of An Giang.
Artist Trung Hieu will represent Vietnam at an exchange with Japanese calligrapher Takeda Souun in Hanoi on August 17.