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The government has told Quang Ninh province it can let off fireworks at the Ha long tourism Festival on April 26, reports the festival’s organising board.
Sculptors from 16 countries around the world have registered to participate at the fifth International Sculpture Camp to be held during the Hue Festival 2008.
“Central Vietnam – A Safe and Attractive Destination” is a theme of a programme to advertise tourism of Vietnam held by Vietnam Consulate General and tourism department of Thua Thien Hue Da nang and Quang Nam.
To mark the 444th anniversary of English playwright William Shakespeare’s birthday, 65 theatre companies from 35 countries will perform a selection of his masterpieces of on April 23.
Two short plays entitled “Cai Bong” and “Ngua Nguoi Nguoi Ngua” are two English-language plays which are about to come to stage to serve foreign visitors.
Vietnam gears up for ASEAN Tourism Forum ‘09. Held in Hanoi from January 5-12, 2009, the event is a chance for Vietnam to advertize its country, people, culture and history to international friends and investors. The opening ceremony will take place at the National Convention Centre in Hanoi.
The fifth sculptural camp entitled “Impression on Hue and Vietnam 2008” will be held from May 1 to June 5 at the Abalone resort & spa tourist area in Thuan An town, Phu Vang district, Thua Thien Hue province.
Paris - Over 40 French martial arts masters attended a two-day training course on Vietnamese martial arts, concluded in Saint-Syr-L’Ecole, France , on April 20.
More than 100 photos featuring the breathtaking beauty of Japanese cherry flowers are on display at an exhibition on Trang Tien street, Hanoi
Chairman of Hanoi City People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao has proposed the Prime Minister report to the Secretariat about the scale and progress of moving some units of the Ministry of Defence out of the ancient citadel relic site.

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