Ho Dynasty Citadel - a stone wonder Destinations

Ho Dynasty Citadel - a stone wonder

The Ho Dynasty Citadel was Vietnam’s capital under the Ho Dynasty (1398-1407). Located in Vinh Loc district, it is the only citadel in Vietnam built entirely of stones and remained nearly intact.
Poetic mountain unique in Ninh Binh Destinations

Poetic mountain unique in Ninh Binh

Non Nuoc Mountain (or Duc Thuy Mountain) locates in the intercross of Van River and Day River, between Non Nuoc bridge and Ninh Binh bridge is the like-no-other poetic mountain in Vietnam.
Vietnam Poetry Day opens in Hanoi Culture - Sports

Vietnam Poetry Day opens in Hanoi

Vietnam Poetry Day, the 15th of its kind, opened at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi on February 11 (the 15th day of the first Lunar month), providing a platform for poets to meet poem lovers.
Imprinting impressions on sea shells Culture - Sports

Imprinting impressions on sea shells

Having succeeded at printing photography on stones and leaves, Le Nguyen Vy started working with sea shells – a tough material for photo printing – and pioneered the art of printing photographs on shells in Vietnam.
A project to preserve two Vietnamese art traditions Culture - Sports

A project to preserve two Vietnamese art traditions

A project to preserve hat boi (classical drama) and bai choi (a traditional game combining folklore singing and lottery picks) has been approved by the People’s Committee of Binh Dinh central province with a view to attracting tourists and preserving traditional theatre by 2020.
Documents on President Ho Chi Minh donated Society

Documents on President Ho Chi Minh donated

Tran Ngoc Quyen, former Vietnamese Counselor in Germany, offered to the Ho Chi Minh Museum more than 100 documents in German and Bulgarian languages featuring the life of President Ho Chi Minh.