Africa in the eyes of most people in other continentals is the land of diseases, poverty, starvation and extreme weather of mostly burning sunshine.
As Italy celebrates the 150th anniversary of reunification, Italian Embassy in Hanoi organizes a special photo exhibition, sponsored by NEM fashion. The expo held from 25 to 28 October at Exhibition House (45 Trang Tien) is expected to bring about a amazing view of the country’s landscapes.
18 photos about Vietnam taken by French photographer Thiery Beyne are being put on display in the photo exhibition “Panorama of Vietnam”, at Novotel Hotel in Nha Trang City, lasting to October 31th, 2011.
What can speak a clearer image of Vietnam than the iconic ao dai? Visit Vietnam Women Museum this Thursday October 20th for real insights into Ao Dai.
The exhibition starts at 6.00pm on 11th, October 2011 with a small opening ceremony and last to 12th November at Goethe Institute in Vietnam (56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street).
A collection consisting of precious paintings by more than 30 most renowned Vietnamese painters is about to be exhibited at Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts (97A Pho Duc Chinh Street, District 1), from October 7th to 14th, 2011.
40 black and white photos taken by famous photographer Sean Sutton and the installation artworks that show mine and unexploded ordnance clearing activities conducted by Mine Advisory Group (MAG) since 1999, are presented to the audiences in a special exhibition named Impact for Peace from 6 - 16 October at Maison des Arts (31A Van Mieu, Hanoi).
Starting September 30th, the photo exhibit “Lasts of the Tay Nguyen elephants” is now open to the public at 31 Trang Thi, Hanoi.
In Vietnam, there are certainly a large number of fans of Japanese manga and people who simply adore popular anime characters like Pokemon, Doreamon or Astroboy.
A loyal fan of the Japanese hina dolls and inspired by the innocence and purity of children's world, Tran Thu Hang has developed a career that hardly others pursue in Vietnam - a doll artists.
Da Lat 's fourth annual Flower Festival will take place from December 30, 2011 to January 3, 2012.
Food & Hotel Vietnam 2011, the 6th edition of international foods and hospitality trade event is going to take place at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in District 7, Ho Chi Minh city, from September 28th to 30th, 2011.
A multi-media dance performance will come up on 15th and 16th September 2011 at Le Thanh Theater, 25 Phan Phu Tien, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City.
The Mid-Autumn festival or Moon festival, a special occasion for children in Vietnam as well as in some Asian countries like China, Korea, is on its way. As usual, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology has planed to host an endless program with diverse and interesting activities to celebrate this festival.
As one of many programs, activities to celebrate the Independence Day, September 2nd, a grand photo exhibition titled “The World Heritage Sites in Vietnam” composing 206 finest pictures has opened in Da Nang.
A new picture book of the General Vo Nguyen Giap entitled “General Vo Nguyen Giap, A Century – Two Resistance Wars” is being exhibited in the Gallery No 45 Trang Tien street, Hanoi.
From 18th to 20th August, 2011, in Hanoi, tourists and those who take an avid interest in history and culture will stand a golden chance to contemplate such a huge collection of archaeological items of the World Cultural Heritage Site – Ho Citadel
A photo exhibition themed Ancient Saigon is being organized in Cosmo Café, No. 86 bis Le Thanh Ton, District 1, Ho Chi Minh city.
To commemorate the August Revolution (August 19th) and National Day (September 2nd), a chain of cultural events including traditional handicrafts exhibition have been promptly organized by the Management Board of Hanoi Old Quarter.
Starting August the 2nd, tourists who arrive in Hanoi will have a chance to gaze with awe at more than 140 historical jade items in the collection named Vietnamese Antique Jade, which will be on display at the Hanoi museum.