National museum reveals historic moment via online display

    The Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum (VNFAM) has launched an online exhibition of paintings and sculptures, including those by artists who were on the battlefield or witnessed the historic moment of Vietnam gaining its independence and reunification on April 30, 1975, in Ho Chi Minh City.

    Possible Travel Dates for U.S. Citizens to Vietnam Announced

    As the outbreak of coronavirus continues across the globe, many countries still remain under strict lockdown in an effort to contain the spread.

    The Five Best Casinos in Vietnam

    Vietnam is home to several of the world’s finest casinos, attracting tourists from around the world all year round. Some of these gaming establishments are part of bigger complexes that include hotels, resorts and more, while others are standalone gambling facilities offering high-end experiences to discerning players.

    Tourist destinations nationwide reopen their doors

    Visitors to the central province of Thanh Hoa can now visit tourist destinations in the province, which have re-opened since last weekend, according to the decision of the Chairman of provincial People’s Committee.

    Cudweed cake: a must-try dish in Hanoi

    Social distancing measures put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic have left many people trying to remember what it was like when life was normal.

    The art of casting bronze in Van Diem Village

     Van Diem bronze casting village in Y Yen District of the northern province of Nam Dinh has been casting bronze for more than 900 years. These days, some 200 casting enterprises operate there, employing thousands of residents.

    Comprehensive strategy for Vietnam’s movies to go global: it’s now or never

    Several Vietnamese movies bought by foreign film distributors have been screened in different countries, paving the way for Vietnam’s cinema to penetrate the global market. But the local film industry is facing constant challenges during its international integration.

    Young musician behind Vietnam’s globally famous COVID-19 PSA

    ‘Ghen Co Vy,’ a parody song meant to increase awareness of preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Vietnam, has become a surprise global hit after being featured on John Oliver’s late-night talk and news satire television program ‘Last Week Tonight’ earlier this month, where it was praised by the host as an “incredible public information video.”

    Then singing, the soul of the Tay

    Then singing has for ages been kept as a treasure by the Tay in Pheo village, Lao Cai province because the folk singing carries the cultural and historical values of the Tay, and is regarded as the soul of this ethnic group.

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