Exhibition highlighting early 20th century Ha Noi opens in Paris
Around 60 photographs depicting the beauty of Ha Noi in the early 20th century are on display at an exhibition, which opened in Paris, France on September 15.
Exhibition on 1946-1957 land reform in Ha Noi
Nearly 150 original artifacts, materials and photos related to the land reform campaign that abolished feudalism and heightened peasants’ power of ownership in the north of Viet Nam, between 1946…
Exhibition on ASEAN, Viet Nam’s culture to start in Ha Noi
Nearly 1,000 documents of historical value will be on display at an exhibition on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) community and Viet Nam’s national holiday to be held…
Traditional crafts of Cham ethnic people in Ninh Thuan on display
As many of 29 photographs, 184 historical artifacts and some scientific documents about the outstanding traditional crafts of Cham ethnic women in Ninh Thuan province, are currently on display at an exhibition in Ho Chi Minh city.
Exhibition highlights Viet Nam’s sea and island sovereignty
A collection of 55 lacquer, oil and silk paintings and sculptures are being showcased by the Indochina College of Fine Arts at an exhibition on Viet Nam’s sovereignty over sea and islands which opened in Hanoi on July 22.
“Flying dragon-Viet Nam’s royal art” exhibition in France
An exhibition featuring the aesthetic value and changes of the dragon image in Vietnamese culture and religion throughout history opened at the Guimet Museum in Paris, France on July 8.
Maps, documents affirming Viet Nam’s sovereignty exhibited in Ly Son
Following a number of localities, Ly Son island district in the central province of Quang Ngai was the next destination of the exhibition “Viet Nam’s Hoang Sa, Truong Sa – historical and legal evidence”.
Viet Nam’s land, people introduced in Western Australia
A photo exhibition on the land and people of Viet Nam opened in Perth city, the State of Western Australia, on June 30.
Hoang Sa, Truong Sa exhibition opens in Thai Binh
An exhibition of historical evidence proving Viet Nam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos opened in the northern province of Thai Binh on June 17.
Culture of northern communal houses
The HCMC Fine Arts Museum in District 1 is exhibiting more than 100 photos of the dragons and fairies carved on 40 communal houses in northern Viet Nam to provide visitors with better understanding of old architectural and sculptural values of the region.
Australia exhibition honours Viet Nam’s culture
An exhibition highlighting Viet Nam’s culture is being held in Narrogin city, Western Australia, as part of activities to celebrate the 41 st anniversary of Viet Nam-Australia diplomatic ties.
Rome exhibition depicts Viet Nam’s beauty
A photo exhibition themed “My Viet Nam” opened in Rome, Italy on May 22, attracting a crowd of Italians who have a fondness for Viet Nam.
Vietnamese bronze artifacts displayed in RoK
An exhibition themed “Ancient Civilization in Viet Nam, the Early Morning in Red River” is taking place at the National Museum of the Republic of Korea (RoK) with the aim of introducing local people to Vietnamese culture.
Culture space of communal houses in delta on show
The art of architecture and sculpture, as well as local cultural features from communal houses throughout the north of Vietnam, are being displayed at an exhibition in Hanoi.
Photo exhibition marks Vietnam-Japan diplomatic ties
A photographic exhibition opened in Tokyo in Japan on December 2 to mark the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and Japan and three decades of cooperation between the Vietnam News Agency and Kyodo News Agency.