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 Heart Beat’s Autumn show, featuring Munich-based DJ Stenny, will take place at The Observatory in District 1, HCMC on October 5.

Four publishers licensed to compile textbooks

 The Ministry of Communication and Information has given licences to four publishing houses to compile and publish textbooks, increasing the number of textbook publishers to five.

Mid-Autumn Festival gets into full swing

 Mid-Autumn Festival is not only a fun time for children.

Belgian jazz quartet to perform in Hanoi

 Vietnamese jazz lovers will have a chance to enjoy two concerts performed by renowned musicians including Steve Houben, Grégory Houben, Quentin Líegeois and Jean-Louis Rassinfosse.

Vietnamese designer Phuong My debuts collection at Vancouver Fashion Week

 Vietnamese designer Phuong My has recently introduced her latest collection, 'Sonorous', at Vancouver Fashion Week in Canada.

All about love featured at film festival

 Five films from Belgium’s Mons International Love Film Festival (FIFA Mons) will be screened free of charge in Hanoi from September 21-24.  

Cai Luong opera festival takes place in southern Vietnam

 The National Cải Lương (reformed opera) Festival 2018 is underway in Long An province, attracting the participation of 25 theatres and troupes nationwide.  

Preservation of traditional stilt houses

 Stilt houses are a distinctive, culturally-rich feature of ethnic minority communities that have stood the test of time. However, as they stand now, many houses have become seriously degraded.

Le Brothers’ first contemporary art exhibition in Hội An

 For the first time, the Le Brothers will hold a joint art exhibition today combining sculpture arrangements with orchids at one of the most beautiful and largest houses in H0i An.

Japan supports Vietnam in pollution control

The Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) and Japan’s Industrial Science and Technology and Environment Bureau signed an agreement on September 4 to promote cooperation in human resources development in the field of pollution control in Vietnam.

Korean guitar prodigy Jung Sung-ha to perform in Vietnam

 Korean guitar prodigy Jung Sung-ha will perform acoustic fingerstyle live in Vietnam this month.

Over 23 million students begin new school year

 More than 23 million students across the country, or one-fourth of the total population, started a new academic year on September 5.

Ly Son murals promote sea turtle protection

 The International Union for Conservation of Nature has completed a mural project to raise awareness about sea turtles in Quang Ngai's Ly Son Island.

VietNamNet's Things Everlasting 2018 Concert in Pictures

VietNamNet’s annual concert entitled “Things Everlasting” 2018 was held successfully on the afternoon of September 2, Vietnam’s National Day.

First credential receipt venue receives certificate as national relic site

 A ceremony was organised in Thai Nguyen on August 31 to receive the certificate recognising Doi Giang area the first venue to host a credential receipt ceremony of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (1945-1976), as a national relic site.

Mountainous schools damaged by heavy rains

 Many classrooms in Thanh Hoa and Son La provinces have been ruined by heavy rains over the past two days.

Lantern crafting village busy before Mid-Autumn Festival

 Local people in Bao Dap village of Hong Quang commune, Nam Truc district, Nam Dinh province, are busy making star-shaped lanterns as the Mid-Autumn Festival is soon to arrive.

Pop singer My Tam to perform at RoK’s Jangchung Gymnasium

 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.