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 Vietnamese pop singer My Tam will host a live concert at Jangchung Gymnasium in the Republic of Korea on September 15.

Jessica Minh Anh catwalks on water again

 Paris-based Vietnamese model and fashion show producer Jessica Minh Anh will celebrate the seventh iteration of the Catwalk on Water fashion show on September 4.

Short film calls for end to rhino massacres

The Education for Nature - Vietnam on August 22 released a short film to call for people’s efforts to put an end to rhino massacres in Africa and protect the animal.

Olympic talent shares his passion for physics

 Nguyen Ngoc Long from the central province of Thanh Hoa is one of the two Vietnamese gold medalists at the 49th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) held in Lisbon, Portugal in late July. 

HCM City not to increase tuition fee this year

 People’s Committee in Ho Chi Minh City has approved the Department of Education and Training’s proposal not to increase tuition fee of the academic year 2018-2019.

Vietnamese students to New Zealand on the rise

 New Zealand provides quality education for Vietnamese students as numbers continue to climb.

Classic cheo play to be staged in Hanoi

Renowned cheo (popular opera) artists will perform together in the classic cheo play entitled Quan Am Thi Kinh (Goddess of Mercy) which will be staged at the ViEt Nam Cheo Theatre on August 25.

Thai Nguyen bear sent to the rescue centre

 An Asiatic black bear owned by Tran Van Trach in Thai Nguyen City, Thai Nguyen Province was safely transferred to the Ninh Binh Bear Sanctuary yesterday.

Fewer sea turtles coming inland to lay eggs

 The number of sea turtles coming to inland areas in Nui Chua National Park in the south-central province of Ninh Thuan has decreased, according to the national park management board.

Vietnamese designers head to London show

 Vietnamese designers are for the first time heading to a major exhibition in London next month.

Lively Hanoi in the 1990s via French photographer's lens

 The following black and white photos of Hanoi were taken by a French photographer in 1991.

Cathedral Concert brings chamber music closer to audience

A free entrance concert in St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hanoi has brought the chamber art form closer to public audience.

Artist captures the splendour of Myanmar

 Paintings depicting the people and monks of Myanmar are on display at an exhibition in Hanoi.

Events in Hanoi & HCMC on August 6-12

 Events in Hanoi & HCMC on August 6-12 

Phan Anh to hold solo exhibition in HCMC

 Phan Anh will organize a solo exhibition in Binh Thanh District, HCMC from August 1 to 11.

Korean bands warmly welcomed in Vietnam

Two famous brands from the Republic of Korea (ROK), EXID and The Boyz, received a warm welcome from Vietnamese fans upon its arrival at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCMC on July 30.

Young Vietnamese painters tell stories through their art

 Do Trong Quy and Nguyen LinhTrang, two young Vietnamese artists, will host an exhibition of paintings which capture contemporary narratives, featuring the lives and artworks of young people in Hanoi from July 31 to August 4.

Vietnamese girls win Asia Pacific Arts Festival's prizes

 Three Vietnamese girls won two gold and one silver prizes at the 6th Asia Pacific Arts Festival 2018 in Singapore.

UNESCO: Heritages in Vietnam saddled with many challenges

 UNESCO has identified these challenges at a conference held in Hanoi on the protection and promotion of the values of Vietnam’s heritages for sustainable development, affirming that UNSCO will provide concrete support to Vietnam.

Vietnamese student wins first prize at Mozart International Piano Contest

 Vo Minh Quang, a 12-year-old student from Giang Vo Secondary School in Hanoi, won first prize at the eight Mozart International Piano Competition, which took place in Bangkok, Thailand, from July 22 to 24.