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Greyson Chance, a talented American singer, songwriter, and pianist is scheduled to perform at the MTV Connection concert, which will be held at M-Plex Studios & Theatre in Ho Chi Minh City on July 25.
The Vietnamese language edition of the book “The People Make the Peace: Lessons from the Vietnam Antiwar Movement,” edited by two American writers, was launched in Hanoi last week.
Archaeologists from the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology have discovered antiques and architectural works of Champa culture dating back to the fourth century in Dong Mieu area in Phu Yen.
Just about 40 km from Hanoi’s centre, the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism is an ideal destination for those who are hungry for getting an insight into the real life of ethnic groups.
The Vietnam International Music Competition for Violin and Chamber Music 2019 will be held from August 3 to 11 with the participation of contestants from 19 countries around the world.
Vietnam’s traditional craft of making Do or poonah paper dates back thousands of years. Although this paper has been used widely in Dong Ho paintings and other Vietnamese folk art, the techniques of making Do paper are on the verge of extinction.
Designer Vu Viet Ha is poised to introduce his latest Ao Dai, a Vietnamese traditional long dress, collection to audiences in Toronto, Canada, in July.
An exhibition, themed “Stories from a camera”, opened at Ho Chi Minh City’s War Remnants Museum on July 9 to mark the 203rd anniversary of the Argentine Independence Day.
Hanoi is home to many tourist attractions with more than 5,000 historical, cultural and architectural relics and thousands of unique traditional festivals.
As a villager in Chang Son, which is famous for carpentry craft, Nguyen Huy Khiem has worked to uphold the time-honoured value of Vietnamese traditional architecture in modern life.