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The northwest region of the country is an area of stunning scenery with terraced fields, mountain ridges separating beautiful valleys and colorful bazaars: an excellent destination for soft adventure and trekking tours.
With 34 paintings selected from his nearly 1,000 works, Ngo Thanh Nhan’s “Vietnam’s landscapes” exhibition brings the smart beauty of traditional lacquer to Hcm city audiences.
An old copper bell about 300 years old has been found on the campus of Sung Phuc pagoda in Tu Minh commune, Hai Duong city by the pagoda’s Buddhist monks and nuns.
The Accor hotel group and several French universities have joined the Hanoi National University in offering Masters of Hotel Management courses to aspiring young Vietnamese hoteliers.
Nhan Dan Online- Nineteen events featuring exhibition, stage, contemporary dance, circus, literature, fashion show and concert will take place in the framework of a month-long France Spring Festival from May 20 to June 18.
At Thuy Nga restaurant in Hanoi Duc Hanh discovers some wonderful dishes that come straight from the countryside Crack! I jolt at the sound of the terra-cotta splitting wide open. All it took was one quick strike and the pot broke in half. The waiter smiles as he pulls away the It’s definitely a novel way of serving up the rice, though I’m not broken pot. sure my mother would approve .
More than 100 Asian Buddhist sculptural works from 7th to 19th century are on show at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts from this afternoon. This is the first time the Buddhist sculptural works of collector Duong Phu Hien have introduced to the public.
The Tourism Administration reports that Vietnam has so far this year welcomed nearly 1.7 million foreign tourists, a year-on-year increase of 16.1 percent.
Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam will attend the 16 th World Congress and Performing Arts Festival for Young People (ASSITEJ 2008) slated for Adelaide , Australia , from May 9-18.
Travel companies have launched many summer tours to meet the increasing travel demand. At present, many tours are fully reserved from now to July.

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