German photographer exhibits snapshot of Hanoi chronicles Culture - Sports

German photographer exhibits snapshot of Hanoi chronicles

Renowned German photographer Thomas Billhardt has put on an exhibition his photos on Hanoi during 1967-1975. The photos, unveiled for the first time in Vietnam, bring visitors back in time over half of a century to see the capital city and its people in a memorable period of history.
Bac Giang pins hopes on spiritual tourism development Travel

Bac Giang pins hopes on spiritual tourism development

With over two thousand cultural and historical relics spread, the northern province of Bac Giang is focusing on investing and promoting the value of these relics sites so that they can be used to look develop spiritual tourism, targeting turning tourism into an important economic sector for the locality.
Imperial citadel explored through woodblocks Society

Imperial citadel explored through woodblocks

Printing woodblocks are precious items used in Vietnam during feudal times.Those relating to the architecture and construction of the Thang Long imperial citadel are crucial in Vietnam’s history
Ambassador to promote Vietnam’s tourism in the RoK Travel

Ambassador to promote Vietnam’s tourism in the RoK

Vietnamese Tourism Ambassador to the Republic of Korea (RoK) Ly Xuong Can signed an agreement in Hanoi on January 30 with the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) to establish an office to promote Vietnamese tourism in the host nation.
Vietnam – Japan: Old partners, new partnership Politics

Vietnam – Japan: Old partners, new partnership

Vietnam and Japan are this year celebrating 45 years of their diplomatic ties, but bilateral relations date back to the 8th century. The over-1,000-year connections are now in their prime, with two countries in an Extensive Strategic Partnership for Peace and Prosperity in Asia.