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The central province of Thua Thien-Hue has readied itself for the Festival Hue 2008, a biannual event of art, culture, and tourism scheduled to take place in the former imperial city from June 3 to 11, the organizer said.
A new weekend tour by Lua Viet in Vung Tau on the East Sea takes visitors to six unique sites -- like the first lighthouse in Viet nam and the country’s only greyhound breeding center.
Featuring carefully restored murals and relics, An Dinh Palace in the central city of Hue will be fully open to tourists for the Hue Festival this June.
The country's third air carrier VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Co. (VietJetAir) is cooperating with PARC Aviation in recruiting senior executives to prepare for its operations in Vietnam Robert Hughes, managing director of VietJetAir, talks with the Daily how the first private Airline in vietnam has readied itself for the take-off scheduled for late this year. Excerpts follow:
Unilever Vietnam yesterday opened a five-star professional kitchen that aims to Train chefs and aspiring gourmands.
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.
High-quality rail vehicles called Golden Trains were put into operation on Monday on the Hcm City-Quy Nhon Town route, serving as the country’s most luxurious trains and run on alternate days.
The Vietnam Railways Corporation has given the organizing board of the Hue Festival 2008 official permission to promote the cultural event on its Trains
On April 20th, at the Vietnam-Japan Culture Place (Ha Long city), the Medical Committee Netherlands-Vietnam (MCNV), the Ha long Women’s Union, Provincial Communist Youth Union and Education and Training Department will co-organize an international culture and sports festival titled “New youth festival”.

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