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An art programme featuring songs honouring motherhood and Vietnamese women will take place at Au Co Art Centre on October 18.
Japanese guest chef Hironori Wakashima who has more 20 year of culinary experience will be cooking in Hanoi to seduce local connoisseurs with his home-country’s specialties.
A concert featuring works of one of the most important composers and pianists of the 19th century Charles Valentin Alkan will be held in Hanoi on Saturday.
Artists of the CUCA Dance Atelier – an independent platform for teaching, research and creating art, will present a contemporary dance show on Friday at French cultural centre L’Espace.
Viet Nam Museum of Fine Art will organise a series of activities for children on the mark the Mid-Autumn Festival in September 8.
Painting lovers have a chance to see a collection of sketches by late Bui Xuan Phai to celebrate what would have been his 99th birthday in Hanoi.
Fans of HCM City are waiting to see theatre actor and director Thanh Loc perform in a leading role in Ngôi Nhà Bươm Bướm (Butterfly House), a movie about a gay couple based on a French comedy.
The Ha Noi Stock Exchange said that Nha Trang Bay Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company successfully issued private corporate bonds worth VND650 billion (US$28.2 million), all of it to the Viet Nam Maritime Bank.
Some small factories in the northern city of Hai Phong have been blamed for polluting local water resources with untreated wastewater.
The captain of the national women's volleyball team Tran Thi Thanh Thuy will have a five-day trial in Japan from July 22 to 26.
Lawmakers urged the Government to devise plans to deal with the possible ramifications of the escalating US-Iran tensions and US-China trade war and the influx of foreign direct investment into Vietnam.
Facebook might rule the social media world when it comes to Vietnam, as an estimated 45 million people have accounts on the website.