The programme featured diverse performances, from quan ho (love duet) melodies, brocade patterns, gongs and stall dances, to traditional musical instruments such as dan bau (Vietnamese traditional monochord), t’rung (bamboo xylophone), flute, ty ba (plucked string instrument), dan tranh (Vietnamese 16-string zither) and drums. They introduced visitors to the unique cultural and artistic identities of Vietnam.

According to Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Ta Quang Dong, this was an overseas art programme featuring the highest number of Vietnamese actors, actresses and artists.

The image of the national flag appeared on the world’s largest dome, which brought many emotions to the audience, especially Overseas Vietnamese and Vietnamese people who were present at Al Wasl Plaza, Dubai.

The programme “The Eternal Flow” introduces many unique features of Vietnamese culture to international friends. (Photo: Vietnam National Administration of Tourism)

The image of the national flag appears on the world’s largest dome. (Photo: Vietnam National Administration of Tourism)

With the music of the song “Mua sen” (The dance with lotus), the collection of Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dresses) made of silk, featuring a space imbued with Vietnamese cultural identities. (Photo:

The artists introduce visitors to dances with stalls and traditional costumes of ethnic minority groups. (Photo:

Vietnamese models with beautiful collections. (Photo:

The artists exchange with the audiences. (Photo:

Over 150 artists, artisans, actors and actresses from the Vietnam National Music Song and Dance Theatre, Vietnam Circus Federation, the Central Highland Gongs Artisans Troupe (from Dak Nong) and Bac Ninh Quan Ho Troupe, highlights the quintessence of Vietnamese culture and arts to international friends. (Photo: