(VOVworld) – Ha Nam provincial Art and Literature Association held an exhibition and talks between readers and authors on the occasion of Vietnam Book Day on April 21.
On display were more than 200 books and magazines by domestic writers. Visitors met and talked to authors about the books and the impact they had on their lives. Similar event to cater for children opened in Ninh Binh province including a contest on narrations about President Ho Chi Minh. The activities aim to build a learning society and honor individuals and organizations, who help promote the reading culture in the community.
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Activities at the Book Fair 2017 at Thong Nhat Park closed on April 10th, marking the Vietnam Book Day (April 21st). Bookshops with about 100 booths of 80 publishers nationwide introduced nearly 4,000 titles of all kinds, tens of thousands of books covering a wide range of topics. Various fields, such as politics, law, economics, science and technology, reference, education, literature, culture and religion to meet the demands and tastes of many readers. During the five days of the Book Fair, about 20 events were organized with different themes, linking to books and reading culture. Key events include: Introduction of…... [read more]
This year’s event is being held in association with activities marking the 90th anniversary of the debut of the book ‘Duong kach menh’ (Revolutionary Path) by President Ho Chi Minh. In order to create an impressive cultural space in the capital, the opening ceremony, with a thematic focus on ‘Book and the development of community knowledge’, along with a book festival (from April 6-10), will be the highlights of the 2017 Vietnam Book Day. The events aim to inculcate cultural values among people from all walks of life. The book festival will introduce 40,000 book titles with diverse themes and…... [read more]
The Hanoitimes - The fourth Vietnam Book Day program will take place at Thong Nhat Park (Hai Ba Trung District) from April 6-10, opening a series of activities across the country in response to Vietnam Book Day. According to the organiing board of the program, this year’s event will feature as many as 100 booths from 80 publishing houses nationwide, displaying nearly 40,000 book titles in different areas (politics, law, economy, science, technology, education, literature, socio-culture, religion, etc). Under the framework of the program, around 20 events on books and reading culture will be held, including forums and exchanges on…... [read more]
The Vietnam Book Day 2017 themed “Book-Knowledge and social development” opened at the National Library of Viet Nam in Hanoi on April 20. A series of activities will be held during the 10-day book show, such as book donations for libraries in remote areas; exhibitions on humanity knowledge, civilization, cultures, economy, science-technology, education, health, defense and security; display on books of culture, history, literature, landscapes in Vietnam and countries worldwide.On the same day, the opening ceremony of the Vietnam Book Day 2017 was also held in Ho Chi Minh City Book Street. The city’s book show includes family bookshelf competition,…... [read more]
(Cinet)- Some provinces and cities organized many attractive programs and activities on Vietnam Book Day (on April 21). In Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam Book Day 2016 will take place on April 17-24 at HCMC street (Nguyen Van Binh street, district 1) as a chance to participate into book festival at the weekend. Vietnam Book festival in Da Nang province comprises some titles such as Book and the young time, a book fair of Hai Chau, photo exhibition of Clipper Race Boat Tour 2015-2016… In Hanoi, the opening ceremony of Vietnam Book Festival took place on April 20-24 in Reunification…... [read more]
The 4th Vietnam Book Day opened at Thong Nhat Park in Hanoi on April 6 with the participation of thousands of readers. The event includes a book fair featuring 100 display booths of 80 publishing houses nationwide, presenting to readers about 40,000 book titles in various genres such as literature, policy, history, science, society and more; and stationeries. A series of around 20 activities will be held during the event, such as the introduction of the historical work “Duong kach menh” (Revolutionary road)- a collection of lectures by President Ho Chi Minh during his revolutionary journey to Guangzhou, China in…... [read more]
Nhan Dan - A number of activities have been held across the country in response to the first- ever Vietnam Book Day (April 21). The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in co-ordination with the Ministry of Information and Communications, held a book festival at the Temple of Literature on April 20 to commemorate Vietnam Book Day. The festival featured books with typical subjects, such as Dien Bien Phu Victory, national seas and islands, the 60th anniversary of the capital city, and Vietnam's World Cultural Heritage sites. In addition, festival goers can visit book stalls to have a look at…... [read more]
A book festival marking the 4th Vietnam Book Day will be held at Thong Nhat Park in Hanoi on April 6-10. The book show will attract 100 display booths of 80 publishing houses nationwide, presenting to readers about 40,000 book titles in various genres such as literature, policy, history, science, society and more; and stationeries. Many activities will be held during the event, such as the introduction of the historical work “Duong kach menh” (Revolutionary road)- a collection of lectures by President Ho Chi Minh during his revolutionary journey to Guangzhou, China in 1925-1927 which was published by the Truth-National…... [read more]
The 2nd Vietnam Book Day in Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Noi and Da Nang opened from April 18-21. On this occasion, many exchange activities are taken place, aiming to encourage and promote reading habit in the community and introduce historicak and cultural books to audiences through out the country. This year’s festival themed "Saigon book street- Ho Chi Minh City" aims to mark the 40th Anniversary of South liberation and national reunification. (April 30). The event attracted many publishing houses, such as Kim Dong, Nha Xuat Ban Tre (Youth Publishing House), Ho Chi Minh City General Publishing House, Phuong…... [read more]