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Three Vietnamese artworks will be among the 34 entries in this year’s inaugural Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Foundation Signature Art Prize – the most prestigious award in the region.
Calligraphy is considered to be a classic art form pursued by adults, but the fact that nearly 1,000 young students are studying it in Hanoi belies the claim.
Tourism Malaysia is teaming up with Airlines and travel firms over new packages to draw more Vietnamese to that country, as part of a major campaign that Secretary General Ong Hong Peng from the country's tourism ministry announced last Friday.
Many foreign Airlines active in Vietnam are increasing surcharges to cope with rising oil prices before the start of the high season for travel from Vietnam.
Vietnamese families are struggling to ride out new challenges posed by a fast economic growth and international integration which are threatened many fine traditional values.
David Crasbercu, a French citizen, after visiting Vietnam nurtured a dream that one day he must come to live in Vietnam and contribute to the country and its people.
HCMC-based tour operator Ben Thanh Tourist has introduced a 15-day, 14-night tour of Xuan Thuy, Cuc Phuong or Nam Cat Tien national forests to cater to the needs of nature enthusiasts.
Vietnam should host even more food, fashion and food festivals to boost the tourism sector, a meeting in Hanoi has heard.
“Antigone Vietnam”, a joint product of the Central Tuong Theatre and France’s Monte-Charge Theatre, presented in Hcm city at the Hue Festival 2008 and in Hanoi on June 17, will attend the Avignon Festival in France in July 2008.
The young boatman joked as he guided me around Chau Doc, citing a common saying: That Son, bay nui nam ke. Khi di thi trang, khi ve den thui (Your fair skin will be sunburnt after you visit seven mountains).

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