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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.
An exhibition entitled A Girl Named K… displaying works by German artist Franca Bartholomai is running at the Goethe Institute until October 27.
Two tonnes of garbage were collected from under Long Bien Bridge in Hanoi over the weekend by around 200 volunteers.
Nguyen Ngoc Hoa, deputy director of the HCM City Department of Industry and Trade, talks with Sài Gòn Giải Phóng (Liberated Sài Gòn) newspaper about HCM City’s development plan for the logistics industry to 2025 with a vision to 2030,
When they debuted, electronic books (e-books) were expected to thrive, but the e-book market in Vietnam has not been successful for a number of reasons.
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.
While most symphony composers in Vietnam are veterans, 46-year-old composer Tran Manh Hung is considered one of the young generation, and is one among a small number of composers specialising in symphonies.
The 21st Vietnam Film Festival will be held between November 23 and 27 this year in Vung Tau City, southern province of Ba Ria–Vung Tau.
Nguyen Ngoc Tuong, deputy chief of the HCM City Traffic Safety Committee, talks about the city's traffic situation and solutions to ensure traffic safety
A motel in central Da Nang's Le Quang Dinh Street has become a destination for young poor parents and single mothers who need somewhere to live at affordable prices.
Hanoi is considering setting up priority lanes for buses while banning cars on some roads.
In his latest novel Trong Vô Tận (Inside Infinity), writer Vinh Quyen offers a sophisticated genealogy of Vietnam which is at once familiar and also new.
State agencies will be allowed to file legal challenges against the State Audit over unsatisfactory audit reports, according to a draft amendment to the Law on State Audit.
The questioning of suspects nationwide must be recorded with audio and images from the beginning of next year.
The Ma Coong ethnic minority group’s drum beating festival and traditional boat racing on Kien Giang River in Quang Binh have been recognised as national intangible cultural heritages by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The New York-based Institute for Vietnamese Culture and Education (IVCE) has established the Rural Villages Scholarship Foundation to support poor students in rural areas of Vietnam.
An exhibition of 52 paintings by local artist Duy Ninh is on display at the city’s Fine Arts Museum, 78 Le Duan street, in celebration of the 74th National Day.
A series of cultural and art events will be held from August 25 to September 1 in Hanoi to commemorate poetry couple Luu Quang Vu and Xuan Quynh.
Young director Tran Huu Tan, who is making a psychological thriller inspired by a Vietnamese folk song called Bắc Kim Thang has sparked excitement among horror film enthusiasts.
Nguyen Huu Thien, an independent researcher on the ecosystem in the Mekong Delta talks to Nông thôn Ngày nay (Countryside Today) newspaper on the serious problem of land erosion in the region.