Mexican photographer Eunice Chao has travelled to many countries, but nowhere reminds her of home quite like Vietnam.
Master of Italian body language Luca Vullo and his mother, Angela Gabriele, will for the first time showcase the extraordinary skill of Italian people to communicate without words but using only the body language on October 23.
The Boiler Room, a London-based online music broadcasting platform commissioning and streaming live music sessions around the world, will host two shows in HCM City on October 19 and 21.
Fifteen newly-finished paintings on the walls of villagers’ homes in Chu Xa, Van Duc Commune, in Hanoi’s outskirt district of Gia Lam, have opened up a new direction for creating more attractive destinations in Hanoi’s tourism.
UK-based entertainment magazine Time Out has ranked District 3 in HCM City as 18th on a list of the world's 50 coolest neighbourhoods.
A film screening of the ballet La Dame Aux Camélias (The Lady of the Camellias), staged by the Moscow-based Bolshoi Theatre in 2015, will be held at TOONG Coworking Space in District 3 on October 17 and 18.
Japanese guest chef Hironori Wakashima who has more 20 year of culinary experience will be cooking in Hanoi to seduce local connoisseurs with his home-country’s specialties.
A photo contest has kicked off to start the #VietnamNOW campaign as part of the country’s inbound marketing strategy.
The Institute of Vietnamese Costumes has officially launched with a mission to honour and preserve the beauty of Vietnamese clothing.
An exhibition entitled A Girl Named K… displaying works by German artist Franca Bartholomai is running at the Goethe Institute until October 27.
French musician Jean-Yves Thibaudet – one of today’s finest pianists – will fly to Vietnam to perform at the season-opening gala of the Sun Symphony Orcheastra (SSO) on October 23.
The Star Awards 2019 ceremony honouring the best in the Vietnamese entertainment scene will be held in HCM City on October 18.
A stone wall dating back to the fourth century in the central province of Ha Tinh is set to be restored thanks to a VND2 billion (US$86,100) project.
With the desire to preserve and promote the unique water puppet art of the nation, Hoang Huong Giang has implemented a bold project: building a miniature water puppet stage right in the heart of District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.