High schools are expected to face a shortage of music and art teachers when the new education programme begins in the 2019-21 academic year.
Manzi Art Space has invited art lovers to join their ‘Art – Hunt’ in the capital this weekend.
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.
Daniel Nguyen has received his Vietnam passport in time to represent the country at the upcoming Southeast Asian Games in late November.
The Xposition ‘O’ Contemporary Dance Fiesta will for the first time take place at Soul Live Project Complex in District 3, Ho Chi Minh City from October 31 to November 2.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ha Cong Tuan talks to Năng Lượng Mới (New Energy) newspaper about the strengths and weaknesses of Vietnamese agricultural products.
Experts at the Asian Development Bank have suggested a number of short- and long-term measures to improve agricultural wholesale markets in Vietnam, and thus help develop more efficient production and marketing systems.
Signs of a slowdown in FDI have been recorded from two key markets, Japan and South Korea, though spikes have been seen from China despite projections that Vietnam would benefit from the Sino-U.S. trade war.
Hanoi is described as an amazing city in Vietnam since the millennial metropolis has not only attracted visitors for its dynamic beauty of an economic hub but also the diverse culinary art.
Companies will be able to apply for import licences online from November 1 this year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT)’s Foreign Trade Agency.
The first cold wind has arrived in Hanoi, bringing with it beautiful weather, with West Lake busier in the early morning.