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Music helps to open blind boy's eyes to the world

 VietNamNet Bridge – Although he can't see the world around him, Bui Ngoc Thinh, 14, enjoys life thanks to musical instruments he uses to express happiness and sorrow. He calls them his friends.

Music was the key to General's success

 VietNamNet Bridge – The legendary General Vo Nguyen Giap may have died, but he will forever live in the hearts of millions of Vietnamese people and friends around the world.


 Ten years of cultural conventions under review; Berlinale's short films screened in Ha Noi; Wisdom of President Ho Chi Minh book is launched; Viet Nam gets the last laugh at Clown Contest


 Artisan inspires paper flower revival; Charity concert keeps dreams alive; Free talk on dedicated king; Darts Darts Darts hosts mega music festival; Singaporean photographer holds workshop

Harvard scholar and a song dedicated for Vietnam

"I want to send it as a gift to friends in Vietnam who are far from halfway around the world. I understand that you had big losses in war with millions of dead people, and you are the spirit of this work," Ambassador Swanee Hunt says.

Vietnamese music protected on YouTube

 VietNamNet Bridge - More than 100 Vietnamese singers have signed copyright protection contracts on YouTube.

Cambodian singers "steal" songs of Vietnamese colleagues

 VietNamNet Bridge – Some Vietnamese singers and bands like My Tam, Duy Manh, Nhat Tinh Anh, Khanh Ngoc, group 365 have suffered from plagiarism in Cambodia.

The use of Pham Duy’s songs in VN still normal

Being empowered to manage the musical heritage of late composer Pham Duy, his son – Duy Cuong – has confirmed that the family creates all conditions for Pham Duy’s music to come to the public.

U.S. Embassy staff makes MV about Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - David C.Murray has made a music video with beautiful images of Hanoi.

Family bans the use of Pham Duy’s songs in the U.S.

In the U.S., the family of late composer Pham Duy has announced to prohibit the use of works and photos of the late musician on all means. The family members are discussing the exploitation and management of his music inheritance.

DJ Jase Nguyen – Saigon’s leading “sound witch”

DJ Jase Nguyen is one of the famous disk jockeys in HCM City. He used to perform for 15,000 people in France and shared the stage with international bands like Daedalus, Major Lazer and Gaslamp Killer.

Nguyen Bach brings Piano Sings back

VietNamNet Bridge - After being interrupted for a year, the “Piano Sings” program will return to Ho Chi Minh City, with the participation of many famous artists.

Kpop 'intrudes' Vietnam’sculture in 2012

VietNamNet Bridge - In recent years, Korean music has made a stable foothold in Vietnam and created both positive and negative consequences.

Vietnamese fans satisfied with K-Pop Festival

The K-Pop Festival 2012-Concert took place at Hanoi’s My Dinh National Stadium on November 29, involving two Vietnamese singers and 17 famous bands of the Republic of Korea.