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A total of 50 paintings of Vietnam’s contemporary art collected since the 1930s are on display at an exhibition in Paris, France.
Two Vietnamese researchers have been bestowed by the French Academy of Sciences and the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research with a scientific cooperation award in recognition of their contributions to cooperation projects with France.
Dr Amandine Dabat, a historian, would seem to be a typical academic investigating a Vietnamese monarch, save for one crucial fact: she is the great-great-granddaughter of King Ham Nghi.
The largest French cuisine festival in Vietnam “Balade en France” (Walk in France) will return to Hanoi on April 14-16, following the success of the 2018 and 2020 editions, the French Embassy announced on March 28.
Two Vietnamese supporters are invited to watch the Paris Saint Germain vs Bayern Munich match in the Champions Leagues' quarterfinal round on February 15.
The French Development Agency (AFD) will increase its support and donations for projects funded by French non-governmental organisations and associations in Vietnam.
Vietnamese painter Tia-Thuy Nguyen’s over 30 artworks will be introduced at the "Floating in the Nothingness" exhibition in France from September 25.
Voyageurs du Monde of France recently ran an article on its website Vacance by Emmanuel Boutan, praising the beauty of Vietnam’s Hue imperial city.
Vietnam’s leading footballer Nguyen Quang Hai has officially signed a two-year contract with French side Pau FC of Ligue 2 after passing a medical check-up on June 29.
Famous French electronic music band Kid Francescoli are scheduled to perform live at Hanoi Rock City on July 1, according to the Institute Francais Vietnam (IFV).
With a passionate love for Vietnam, French dancer Emmanuel Vincent, who is married to a Vietnamese-Belgian man, has choreographed many dances that reflect the lives of the Vietnamese people.
A ceremony was held by the Embassy of Vietnam in France to present a Friendship Order from the Vietnamese President to Alain Dussarps, Vice President of the France-Vietnam Friendship Association (AAFV), on November 9.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh's business trips to the UK and France have contributed to strongly promoting foreign relations; strengthening the trust of international friends and partners; and affirming the position and role of Vietnam.
PM Pham Minh Chinh’s working trip to Europe from October 31 to November 5 was of important significance and achieved many practical results, said Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs To Anh Dung.