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Singing, dancing, a fashion show and cuisine are some of the highlights of Diwali Night, which will be held on November 23 in Hanoi.

VN’s biggest music festival kicks off tomorrow

Hanoi-based indie singer and songwriter Vu, who has been dubbed by Billboard magazine as the “Prince of Vietnamese Indie Music”, will perform onthe opening night of Vietnam’s most prominent music event – the Monsoon Music Festival, on Friday.

Vietnamese actor receives prestigious Asian Film Award

Vietnamese actor Nguyen Song Luan has won the Best Actor in a Leading Role award, granted by the Asian Academy Creative Awards 2019, for his role as captain Duy Kien in Vietnamese-version Hậu Duệ Mặt Trời (Descendants of the Sun).

HCM City seeks solutions to promote education universalisation

A variety of solutions to improve recruitment and incentive policies for teachers were proposed by representatives from 24 districts at a recent conference on education universalisation and illiteracy eradication in HCM City.

High quality FDI enterprises are welcome

Professor Tran Anh Tuan, a member of the Vietnam National Assembly's Economic Commission, talks to Vietnam Investment Review about how to attract more foreign investment into the country.

Vietnam gears toward sustainable tourism development

Nguyen Trung Khanh, director general of the Vietnam Tourism Administration, talks to Vietnam Economic Times newspaper about his agency’s efforts to improve the tourism sector’s competitive advantages.

American author to speak about Vietnamese spy’s mysterious life

"The Arc of Phạm Xuân Ẩn’s Mysterious Life" is the title of a talk to be given by American author Larry Berman from 7pm to 8.30pm on October 21 at Salon Saigon on 6D Ngo Thoi Nhiem Street in District 3.

Nghe Rock, the ideal place to catch the first rays of sun in Da Nang

A trip to Nghê Rock, the first place in Da Nang to receive the rays of the morning sun, is an exciting experience for any visitor to the coastal city, dubbed the most liveable in Vietnam.

Ensuring a fair playing field in academia

Professor Nguyen Phuong Nga, Director of the Centre for Education Accreditation, talks to VietTimes online newspaper on the need to have effective measures to ensure fairness for all students sitting examinations.

Vietnamese films to shine at Busan Int’l Film Fest

Vietnamese films Thưa Mẹ Con Đi (Goodbye, Mother) directed by Trinh Dinh Le Minh and Anh Trai Yêu Quái (My Annoying Brother) directed by Vu Ngoc Phuong will be presented at the Busan International Film Fest on October 3-12.

Building a respectful homestay culture: Both host and guest hold responsibility

Over recent years, Vietnamese tourism has been booming. As travellers relish their freedom and more and more types of services and accommodations are created, homestays still stand out as one of the most popular for their simple and cosy beauty.

Clean Bandit to collaborate with Vietnamese artists

Clean Bandit, a British electronic band who won a Grammy in 2015, will join Vietnamese artists JustaTee and Phuong Ly in a special music project.

The Stark truth comes out: it’s not Tony

Feathers were ruffled and tiaras left askew after the organisers of a beauty pageant in HCM City reneged on a promise to present Hollywood megastar Robert Downey Jr. at an upcoming press conference.

Hanoi's fine arts exhibition opens

The Graphics, Sculpture and Applied Fine Arts Exhibition has opened in Hanoi with more than 100 pieces on show.

Vietnam wins big at international astronomy competition

Vietnam finished fifth at the 13th International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Hungary, the Vietnam News Agency has reported.

Lam Dong police discover pine forest destruction

Police in the southern province of Lam Dong have caught a group of people who cut pine trees in Lam Ha District.

High school graduate rate falls: Education Ministry

More than 94 per cent of students sitting the national high school examination in late June of this academic year are eligible for graduation.

Museum of Asian Art in Paris to display its first Vietnamese contemporary object

A handmade lacquer work from Vietnam has become the first contemporary handicraft object from Southeast Asia to be displayed at the Guimet Museum of Asian Art in Paris.

Hanoi ranks top in attracting foreign investment

Truong Viet Dung, deputy director of the Hanoi’s Department of Planning and Investment, speaks to Hà Nội Mới (New Hà Nội) newspaper on what the city has done to become a leader in attracting foreign investment.

Mausoleum remnants prove its importance in history

Archaeologists from VN Archaeology Institute and authorities in the central province of Thanh Hoa have just announced results of an excavation at Trieu Tuong Mausoleum Relic Site proving the site’s historical significance.