An exhibition featuring Vietnamese art and culture is being held in Székesfehérvár city, Hungary.
A street in Phuc Tan ward in Hanoi has been decorated by series of art displays that have been made using recycled rubbish.
An exhibition titled “See the future through the past” featuring a number of folk paintings from the Republic of Korea has got underway at the Korean Cultural Centre on 49 Nguyen Du street in Hanoi.
The organisers of the Hue Festival 2020 made a decision on February 20 to move the event’s opening date to August 28, as opposed to April 1 as was previously planned.
The images of Vietnam’s conical hat, a mask used by Vietnamese stage artists, a Dong Ho folk painting, the lotus and a bronze drum have been featured on tickets of the Formula One (F1) VinFast Vietnam Grand Prix 2020, creating a way to popularize Vietnamese culture to international friends.
The Da Nang municipal People’s Committee have announced that the central city will not be organising any international fireworks festival during 2020 as a result of fears surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Australia is participating in a multicultural festival that opened on February 21 in Canberra to promote beauty of Vietnamese land and people to Australians and international friends.
Dong Mon village in Hai Phong city is known as the cradle of Ca Tru (ceremonial) singing in Vietnam’s northern coastal region.
Kim Hoang is a folk painting genre which originated in Kim Hoang village, Hanoi, in the late 18th century. The genre, which came close to falling into oblivion, has been revived by Van Canh villagers.