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The Friends of Vietnam Heritage will host an excursion to the Thach Xa craft village, which is famous for its brightly painted bamboo dragonflies. The day trip will take place from 8:30am to 3:30pm on November 2.

Institute of Vietnamese Costumes officially launches

The Institute of Vietnamese Costumes has officially launched with a mission to honour and preserve the beauty of Vietnamese clothing.

Concert highlights new music

Hanoi New Music Ensemble will perform with German guest soloists to premiere Hanoise in Hanoi and HCM City.

International artists to draw Hanoi

Hosted by the Urban Sketcher Hanoi group, the event is a chance for painters to draw the city. The artists will divide themselves into 10 teams, who will sketch in four days all the Old Quarter in downtown Hanoi.

Beijing's Daxing International Airport now officially open

Beijing's massive new Daxing International Airport is officially open for business - just in time for celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China on October 1.

GBA Oktoberfest Vietnam 2019 ready to welcome festival-goers

A smaller version of the world’s biggest annual party, Oktoberfest, will be held in Hanoi from October 17-19.

Vietnam Fine Arts Association honours artworks

A woodblock print entitled Stealing the Dream has earned Nguyen Khac Han a Vietnam Fine Arts Association Award 2019.

FVH excursion to lacquer and latern craft village

An one-day excursion to the craft village of Ha Thai in Hanoi’s suburban district of Thuong Tin will be held by the Friends of Viet Nam Heritage on September 8.

Creative centre promotes development

Hanoi Creative City is the largest creative complex in Hanoi. Launched in September 2015, it brings together organisations, businesses, individuals, products and services as well as creative activities.

Concert to spread Buddhist philosophy of gratitude

An art performance honouring filial piety and Buddhist philosophy will take place on August 16 at the Ha Noi Opera House.

Da Nang ironman contest opens for registration

Registration for the 2020 TECHCOMBANK IRONMAN 70.3 Vietnam competition opened on Friday, offering early registration for 600 people in a two-month period.

VN jumps three places in global innovation index

Vietnam has jumped three ranks on the 2019 Global Innovation Index (GII) to place 42nd out of 129 economies around the world.

Feeling the heat with high school exams

“Can you believe it, our Thăng Long (Ascending Dragon) has become Hạ Long (Descending Dragon)!” exclaimed one graduate of the school, one of the top public schools in Hanoi.

Australian MasterChef shares his cooking philosophy

Adam Liaw works as a cook, writer and TV presenter in Sydney. He took part in the Taste of Australia 2019 programme in Hanoi on June 1-3, where he gave a cooking demonstration to some restaurants in Hanoi and to KOTO.

Government should be streamlined

Professor Dr Le Minh Thong, an aide to Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan, National Assembly Chairwoman, speaks to the media on key changes in the Law on Government Organisation and the Law on Local Governments.

NA adopts resolution on State budget final accounts of 2017

The National Assembly passed the Resolution on State budget final accounts for 2017 with 91.53 per cent approval at the ongoing seventh session of the 14th legislature yesterday.

New plastic waste policies urgently needed, experts say

Collective action from the Vietnamese government, the private sector and consumers is essential to combat one of the great environmental challenges facing the world, 

Construction engineer pursues love for Bolero music

Thanh Quang Minh is a construction engineer in HCM City, but that hasn't dampened his passion for bolero music.

Exhibition on old sports equipment used by champs in HCM City

The first exhibition of equipment used by Vietnamese sports champions opened on Friday (May 31) on HCM City’s Nguyen Hue Street.

Private enterprises want to have a health business environment

Economist Dr Dinh The Hien, president of the Institute of Information and Economic Research (IIB), talks to Kinh tế & Đô thị (Economic and Urban Affairs) newspaper on the support the private sector wants to receive from the Government.