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In the culture of some Asian countries, including Vietnam, the lunar year 2022 is the Year of the Tiger, the third among 12 animals in the Vietnamese Zodiac sequence.

Calligraphy for the New Year – a fine custom of Vietnamese culture

Calligraphy originated from the art of writing. It has long been considered part of Vietnamese culture and has considerable effect on Vietnam’s socio-economy.

Vietnam Festival 2021 underway in Japan

The Vietnam Festival 2021 began in Tokyo, Japan on December 11, attracting a large number of visitors.

Book project helps to promote Vietnamese culture

A book project to promote Vietnamese culture to Vietnamese and international readers called “Tủ Sách Văn Hóa Việt” (Bookshelf of Vietnam Culture) has been launched.

Festival in France to introduce Vietnamese culture

The 2nd Vietnam Festival will take place from July 16-18 at the Paradiski resort, a world-famous ski destination in La Plagne Tarentaise town of France’s Southeastern Savoie Province.

Ancestor worship reminds people of their roots

Ancestor worship, an ancient Vietnamese tradition, is a ritual practice paying tribute to deceased family members and reminding people of their roots. ​

Vietnamese culture on show in Egypt’s second-largest city

The Embassy of Vietnam in Egypt held a special programme promoting Vietnamese culture on December 17 in Alexandria, the country’s second-largest city.

Contest launched promoting Vietnamese language teaching for overseas Vietnamese

The Ministry of Education and Training and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched a contest on compiling Vietnamese-language books and documents for overseas Vietnamese, at a ceremony in Hanoi on September 16.

Politburo says developing Vietnamese culture is important task

Developing Vietnamese culture and building a standard value system of Vietnamese people are identified as important and regular tasks of the entire political system.

Overseas Vietnamese celebrate traditional Tet festival

The Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic joined various get-togethers across the European country to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.

Ancestor worship reminds people of their roots

Ancestor worship, an ancient Vietnamese tradition, is a ritual practice paying tribute to deceased family members and reminding people of their roots.

Vietnamese culture to be introduced in tiny French town

A one-day event featuring Vietnamese customs for the Lunar New Year will be held on January 25 in Saint Herblain, France, by ART SPACE, a private centre run by Hoang Thu Trang.

Hanoi to become smart travel destination

Hanoi will be developed into a smart travel destination this year, offering a better experience to tourists and boosting the city’s economy, according to Tran Duc Hai, director of the city’s Tourism Department.

Vietnamese nationwide celebrate Kitchen Gods’ Day

As the most important festival in Vietnamese culture, Tet (Lunar) New Year retains many traditions that have been passed down for generations, one of which is the rituals performed on Kitchen Gods’ Day.

Vietnamese culture introduced at exhibition in the US

The Vietnamese Embassy in the United States has recently participated in the Winter International Exhibition in a bid to promote Vietnamese culture to international friends.

Tales from the River Bank opens in Da Nang

A collaborative exhibition, Tales from the River Bank, has opened at the city’s museum, featuring photos and old stories of a fishing community on the Han River banks 20 years ago.

Vietnamese culture spotlighted at Russian university

The Vietnamese Culture Week took place at Ural Federal University in the Russian city of Ekaterinburg from November 19-26 as part of the Vietnam-Russia Year 2019.

Vietnamese culture captures Italy’s attention

Vietnamese culture and traditional arts were on display at a festival in Italy’s Tuscany region from November 1 to 10.

Soldiers protect southern border from drugs

Drug trafficking around Vietnam's borders has become more complicated as the country has become a transit hub for traffickers.

From everyday use to fine art

Hundreds of fine art works designed to be used in daily life such as interior decor and fashion are on display at an exhibition in Hanoi.