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The cannon discovered in the central city of Da Nang late May originates from the Netherlands and dates back some 350 years, according to scientists’ new findings.
Rosario Ninih Chamini Bianis from Malaysia won the first prize at the ASEAN+3 pop singing contest, which wrapped up in the northern province of Quang Ninh on July 28.
Dinh Thi Thanh Huong, Vice Chairwoman of Galaxy Media and Entertainment JSC, will be honoured with the “Distributor of the Year” Award at the CineAsia Awards Ceremony in Hong Kong in December 2019.
The 17th version of the Hoi An-Japan Culture Festival is scheduled to take place in the ancient city of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam from August 9 to 11.
The 2019 Autumn Melody will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from August 17 to 25.
The HCMC Ballet, Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) will present a program of Russian music containing orchestral items by Khachaturian, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky on Saturday, July 27.
The weekly market on No Trang Long Street, HCM City, only opens on the weekends with many old and antique items sold at good prices.
Vietnamese photographer Tran Son of Long Khanh city in Dong Nai province has been awarded a bronze medal in the woman section of the Digital Photo Archive International Circuit 2019.
As part of the Vietnam Connection Music Festival 2019, “A Journey of Music”, with two concerts From East to West and From Czech Republic to France, will gather prominent international musicians on the stage of L’Espace Hanoi this August.
Silk fabric scraps, seemingly of no use, are put together to create vibrant artworks imbued with Vietnamese culture through the skilful hands and creativity of people with disabilities.
Michelle Obama’s memoir, “Becoming,” hits bookstores in Vietnam. The book is published by the First News Tri Viet.
Vietnamese-Australian director Tony Le Nguyen will hold a talk on “The improvisation and humanity in the art of cinema, drama and public art” at Salon Saigon in District 3, HCMC on July 31.