Women’s celebrations to fill up March Society

Women’s celebrations to fill up March

A range of activities will be held this month to mark International Women’s Day (March 8), the 1976th anniversary of the Trung sisters’ uprising and 30 years of the Kovalevskaya Prize.
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Festival marks national heroines

The 1,975th anniversary of an uprising against Han led by China invaders national heroines Hai Ba Trung, also known as the Trung sisters, was marked at the Hat Mon festival in Hanoi.

Toy companies regroup to gain market share

Several Vietnamese companies have made plans to produce more creative children's toys to gain a larger share of the domestic market in the lead up to the Mid-Autumn Festival, according to an article published in the English language news website dtinews.vn on July 28.
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Vietnamese "Ao dai" dress tells a tale

The Vietnamese long dress, or "ao dai", has gone through a number of changes in style over different periods, and still survives today, marking Vietnamese traditions. Report by Dan Tri newspaper.

Festival marks Trung sisters’ uprising

A festival to celebrate the 1973 rd anniversary of Trung sisters’ uprising (40 AD) against northern invaders was held at their temple, Dong Nhan ward, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi on March 17.

Painter pays tribute to Heroic Mothers

Painter Dang Ai Viet introduced her 1,000th portrait of Vietnamese Heroic Mother at a get-together in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre on March 7 to mark the 103rd International Women Day and the 1,973rd anniversary of Trung Sisters’ Uprising.

Workshop explores worship of Mother Goddesses

The worship of Mother Goddesses plays an important role in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people and others in some areas in Southeast Asia, according to participants at a recent workshop in the northern province of Nam Dinh.