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 originated from the art of writing. It has long been considered part of Vietnamese culture and has considerable effect on Vietnam’s socio-economy.
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.
The Embassy of Vietnam in Egypt held a special programme promoting Vietnamese culture on December 17 in Alexandria, the country’s second-largest city.
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.
Developing Vietnamese culture and building a standard value system of Vietnamese people are identified as important and regular tasks of the entire political system.
The Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic joined various get-togethers across the European country to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
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 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.
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.
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.