Students bring Vietnamese culture to the world
A Vietnamese art troupe will take part in a festival entitled “Non-border chorus” in Michigan , USA from July 19-23, which aims to introduce Vietnamese culture to international friends. Around 300 pupils from 40 countries and territories around the world will participate in the festival.
Vietnam and the Republic of Korea (RoK) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on bilateral tourism cooperation in Seoul on June 25. The MoU was signed by Vietnamese Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hoang Tuan Anh and his RoK counterpart Yu In-chon during Anh’s working visit to the East Asian country.
The Kien Giang world biosphere reserve was recognised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) on October 27, 2006. Located on more than 1, 000ha, the biosphere covers sea, island and land, including U Minh Thuong and Phu Quoc National Parks, Kien Luong-Ha Tien protective forests and mangrove forests.
Local people in Sam Son Town of the north-central province of Thanh Hoa held their traditional Banh Day (round shaped rice cake) Festival on June 23 (the 12th day of the 5th lunar month) as part of the Sam Son Tourism Season 2010. Early in the morning, villagers of five wards in Sam Son Town took part in a sedan procession around major streets and converged on Doc Cuoc Temple where the official ritual was held.
Exhibition on 1975 victory opens in HCMC
An exhibition opened in Lam Son Park, Ho Chi Minh City on April 21 as part of its preparations for the 35th anniversary of the south’s liberation and national reunification.