Can Tho hosts cai luong festival
Both young and veteran performers from 29 troupes across the country will compete at the National Professional Cai Luong Festival 2009 scheduled to begin on November 17 in Can Tho City. The festival aims to encourage and support young artists in developing their careers.
International Gong Festival to be held in Central Highlands
Forty troupes from both inside and outside the country will attend the International Gong Festival, to be held in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai from November 12-15. Besides…
“Meet Vietnam 2009” to be held in California
The “Meet Vietnam 2009” programme will take place in San Francisco, California, the US, from November 15-16, beginning a series of activities to promote Vietnam’s external economic sector as well…
Flower Festival to celebrate 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi
The Ministry of Information and Communications and the People’s Committee of Lam Dong Province held a press conference on November 5 to announce the Dalat Flower Festival 2010, which is listed by the government as one of the national events celebrating the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.
Japanese culture to be highlighted in HCMC, Can Tho
Ho Chi Minh City will host a series of activities featuring Japanese culture and education that will last for a month, starting on November 10.
Street Festival welcomes visit of Danish royal family
On the occasion of the official visit of Danish royal family to Vietnam from November 2 to 6, People’s Committee of Hanoi City and the Danish Embassy will organize the first street festival from 2.30pm to 9pm on November 3, 2009 in Ly Thai To Garden, Hanoi.
Vietnam’s first rice festival to be held in November
Vietnam’s first rice festival will take place in the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang on November 28, two days later than initially planned. The festival’s organising board said that by October 27 hundreds of enterprises from 30 provinces and cities nationwide had registered to open more than 400 stands at the event.
3rd Asian Indoor Games and opportunity for Vietnam tourism
3rd Asian Indoor Games (AIG 3) with the motto "For a rising Asia" will be organized in Vietnam from October 30 to November 8, 2009. This event is an opportunity to promote beautiful Vietnam country and friendly, hospitable Vietnamese people to the world.
Mekong-Japan Tourism and Culture Festival
The Mekong-Japan Tourism and Culture Festival is aimed to promote Mekong Delta tourism and woo more visitors to the region, affirmed Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Tran Chien Thang at a press briefing in Hanoi on October 26.
Artists installations exhibition portrays 1,000 years of Hanoi
A group of more than 20 Vietnamese and foreign artists will join together to present their works in an event celebrating the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Ha Noi.
Mekong-Japan Tourism and Culture Festival to open in December
The “Mekong-Japan Tourism and Culture Festival” will open in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on December 1, one day earlier than scheduled, said a local official on October 21.
Festival marks Phan Thiet becoming 2nd grade city
To mark the Tourism Day of Phan Thiet City (October 24) and the day Phan Thiet becomes a 2nd grade city, Binh Thuan Province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has approved a plan to organize culture and sports activities to share their happiness with international and domestic tourists.
Vietnam-RoK cultural week takes place this weekend
Vietnamese and Republic of Korean Cultural Week will be held in Hanoi and HCMC from October 18-25 to boost the traditional friendship between the two countries in education, culture and public health.
Danang to host International Fireworks Competition 2010
The central city of Danang will host the International Fireworks Competition 2010, which will take place on March 27 and 28 next year. This will be the third time that the city has hosted such event.
Activities celebrate Hanoi’s 1000th anniversary
The Hanoi Union of Friendship Organisations announced 10 major activities to celebrate the city’s recognition by UNESCO 10 years ago as a “City for Peace”, in the lead-up to the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.