Temple of Literature looks to become creative cultural space Videos

Temple of Literature looks to become creative cultural space

Hanoi has become a member of UNESCO’s Network of Creative Cities. Over recent years, thanks to its rich cultural tradition, Vietnam’s capital has become an incubator of initiatives and creative spaces. Among them is the Temple of Literature, which has organised new activities so that its cultural values are better conveyed to visitors.
Woodcarving masterpiece of old communal house in northern Vietnam Culture - Sports

Woodcarving masterpiece of old communal house in northern Vietnam

The over 300-year-old “cua vong”, a piece of furniture serving as a screen that separates the main worship hall from the external space, of Diem Communal House in Bac Ninh city is a masterpiece of the art of wood carving combined with red lacquer trimmed with gold in the Le Trung Hung (Revival Le) Dynasty.
Discovering Hanoi through 3D pop-up book Culture - Sports

Discovering Hanoi through 3D pop-up book

“Hanoi: Reminiscences of Thousand Years”, the first of a series of 3D books about Hanoi not only provide useful information but also new and vivid visual experiences of landmarks of the capital. The bi-lingual book is a new work of the Kim Dong Publishing House.
60th anniversary of Vietnam – Morocco diplomatic ties Politics

60th anniversary of Vietnam – Morocco diplomatic ties

Vietnam and Morocco celebrated the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations on March 27. This is an opportunity for the two countries to review their cooperation achievements, opening up a new chapter in bilateral ties in the future.
Hanoi seeks ways to lure more visitors Travel

Hanoi seeks ways to lure more visitors

Experts and businesses contributed various measures and solutions for the tourism sector of Hanoi to design tourism products to lure more visitors during a conference in the capital city on March 18.
“Vaccine passport” hoped to speed up border reopening Travel

“Vaccine passport” hoped to speed up border reopening

It is not easy to keep the COVID-19-stricken tourism industry moving forward given that the pandemic uncertainty still lingers with the rise of various new coronavirus variants, Deputy Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) Ngo Hoai Chung told a recent meeting on tourism.