Life & Laws

Manzi Art Space to display an exhibition of unrealised architecture projects

Manzi – a space dedicating to contemporary art – will have an ‘unusual’ pop-up show of architecture from Friday night.

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Life of Vietnamese people in a bankrupt Sri Lanka

Vietnamese living in Sri Lanka are struggling to make ends meet and get food and fuel amid the raging economic crisis.
Life of Vietnamese people in a bankrupt Sri Lanka

 

Cải lương guru performs in new TV series

A TV series on crime featuring People’s Artist Thanh Điền, a guru of cải lương (reformed opera), in the lead role will air on the SCTV14 channel starting on Sunday (July 31)

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Public loudspeakers have done their job, let them go

I live in a small alley in the middle of Hanoi. My family's life is disturbed by loudspeakers every day - early in the morning and after office hours when everyone returns home from work.
Public loudspeakers have done their job, let them go

 
   

Exhibitions commemorate War Invalids and Martyrs Day

HCM City is launching two exhibitions honouring soldiers and people who devoted their life to protect and build the nation as a part of its celebration to mark the 75th anniversary of War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).

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Why you should have the stomach to try the best local delicacies

A man who goes by the name LiverKing has been making waves across social media platforms recently.

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Youth Theatre reimagines the classic Norwegian play 'Hedda Gabler'

The Youth Theatre of Việt Nam is set to reproduce Hedda Gabler, one of the great Norwegian writer Henrik Ibsen's outstanding works.

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Parents’ psychological battles in accepting LGBTQ children

Tran Thi Tham cried and tried to kill herself after a relative called to say her son was not straight.
Tran Thi Tham poses for photos with her son and daughter before and after their sex reassignment surgeries. Photo courtesy of Tham

   

Việt Nam seeks to quicken recovery of international tourism

Despite improvement seen in the first quarter of the year, the pace of international travel recovery remains slow since mid-March when Việt Nam reopened its borders to international tourism, according to the Việt Nam Tourism Association.

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New book examines 1945 famine that killed two million people

A brainchild of the Sự Thật (Truth) National Political Publishing House and Omega Plus Company, "Nạn Đói năm 1945 ở Việt Nam: Những Chứng Tích Lịch Sử" (1945 Famine in Việt Nam: Historical Evidence), was compiled by Vietnamese Professor Văn Tạo (former Rector of Việt Nam History Institute) and Japanese Prof Futura Motoo (Chairman of Japan’s Southeast Asia Studies Association).

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Artist creates work from old fabrics and clothes

Artist Võ Trân Châu uses only environmentally-friendly materials such as fabrics and second-hand clothes. Việt Nam News reporter Nguyễn Bình spoke with her about making ready-to-use products and her career in contemporary art.


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Reformed opera play celebrates life of President Hồ Chí Minh

A cải lương (reformed opera) play about the late President Hồ Chí Minh will be staged in southern provinces to celebrate national War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).


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