Hanoi hosts biggest book fair Society

Hanoi hosts biggest book fair

Tens of thousands of books can be viewed by readers at the Hanoi Book Fair which opened at the Royal Citadel Heritage site on September 26.

Book denounces China’s fallacy over Hoang Sa, Truong Sa

Historical evidence of Vietnam's sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes are featured is a book that Dr. Han Nguyen Nguyen Nha has devoted a great deal of effort, according to radio the Voice of Vietnam.
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Hanoi marks Int’l Francophone Day

Vietnam was, is and will be an active, responsible member of the Francophone community, ready to build a bloc of solidarity and strength, said Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan at a ceremony to mark International Francophone Day (March 20) in Hanoi on March 14.

Royal documents affirm Vietnam’s sovereignty

World recognition is being sought for a vast archive of administrative documents, many of them signed by the Nguyen kings from 1802 to 1945. Some of them record Vietnam's ownership of islands in the East Sea.
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Award ceremony for Hanoi lovers

Veteran photographer Quang Phung has been nominated for the Grand Award in this year’s Bui Xuan Phai-Love for Hanoi Awards which will honour a host of individuals and projects making significant contributions to arts and culture in Hanoi.
More activities commemorate Hung Kings Society

More activities commemorate Hung Kings

A Cultural Camp and Festival of Xoan and Phu Tho folk singing are taking place in the northern midland province of Phu Tho from Mar. 26-31, as part of activities to celebrate the Hung Kings Temple Festival.

Exhibition depicts VN’s first independent days

As many as 200 black and white photos are being displayed at an exhibition entitled “Vietnam’s first independent days 1945 – 1946” in Paris in celebration of the country’s 66 th National Day.

Vietnamese professor elected academician in France

Prof. Phan Huy Le, President of the Vietnam Association of Historical Science, has been elected as a foreign correspondent member of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Letres (AIBL) (Academy of Inscriptions and Humanities).