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Designer Si Hoang, in collaboration with Me Yeu Be (Mom Love Baby) magazine and VietGen Communication Corp., will hold an ao dai drawing contest for children on the occasion of International children's Day (June 1).
Travelers will soon have a chance to explore a typical daily life of the Hanoi’s citizens through an event called "Thang Long-Hanoi craft village, craft street tourism week".
A collection of close to 1,000 unique artifacts from the holy land of Cat Tien in Central Highlands Lam Dong province are currently on show in Ho chi minh city .
The Europe Days in Viet nam 2008, featuring a series of economic events, sports and cultural activities, will be held in Ha noi and Ho chi minh city in May.
Charlene Brown’s hand-made postcards feature water-colour landscapes throughout the world, including Vietnamese scenic spots.
Unilever Vietnam yesterday opened a five-star professional kitchen that aims to Train chefs and aspiring gourmands.
For centuries the sea has proven to be a rich source of both food and income, particularly for coastal inhabitants.
After the Cherry Blossom Festival, which attracted more than 10,000 visitors in Hanoi early this month, a series of Japanese cultural events will be held in the capital city from early May to the end of September to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic relations (1973-2008).
Climbing Mount Yen Tu, it’s easy to see why King Tran Nhan Tong selected the mountain as the location in which to establish the Truc Lam Buddhist Sect.
For a long time, the cultural value of Vietnam’s ancient villages seems to have fallen into oblivion. Vietnam is considering restoring their cultural value in order to build up more attractive tourism products; however, the work proves to be not so easy.

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