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Cai luong (reformed opera) star Kim Tu Long is focused on attracting audiences back to theatres and having them learn about historical events through the art.
Sofitel Saigon Plaza and Disciples of Escoffier Vietnam will present the first All-Women Cheffes Culinary Festival in Vietnam as part of the annual fourth Saigon Gourmet Week to kick off in HCM City in mid October.
Over 140 directors and students from performing arts academies in 16 countries gathered in Hanoi for the Asia-Pacific Bond (APB) of Theatre Schools Festival earlier this month.
L’Espace will present a screening of the Paris Opera’s ballet performance Cinderella on October 19.
Hue Museum of Fine Arts has sent a collection of Le Ba Dang's works for art lovers in Hanoi to enjoy for the first time.
Veteran artist Minh Vuong of HCM City was awarded the title People’s Artist by the Prime Minister in recognition of his great contribution to cai luong (reformed opera), a 100-year-old traditional theatre genre of the southern region.
The HCM City Development and Research Institute has proposed preserving 16 villas built before 1975 because of their historical and cultural importance.
Two horror movies from HCM City directors will be released for the upcoming Halloween holiday.
Dinh Van Son of HCM City is displaying his latest paintings and sculptures about the life of a young couple at the city’s Fine Arts Museum.
Leading culinary stars from around the world, including eight Michelin stars, will join the second edition of “Metropole Culinary Stars” at Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi.