Participants will be entertained with flowers and ornamental trees displayed at Van Hoa Park, an art photo exhibition titled “Colours of Sa Pa”, “Folk cultural festive day” at the Ham Rong tourism site, a Mong Cat Cat village cultural day, a Khen (pan-pipe) and flute performance of the H’mong people and the Love Market Night. … [Read more...] about Lao Cai to open “festival in the clouds” 2013
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The Keo pagoda, where the event is taking place, was founded in 1061. After it was swept away by a terrible flood in 1611, the pagoda was rebuilt in 1632 and most of its architectural features, including 17 structures with 128 rooms, remain until today. In 2012, it was recognized as a national special relic site. … [Read more...] about Keo pagoda autumn festival kicks off
The other two qualifiers are in archery. At the Olympic qualifying event in Thailand last year, Nguyen Hoang Phi Vu won the men's individual category while Do Thi Anh Nguyet finished in the top three of the women’s individual category. They are the first Vietnamese archers ever to qualify. … [Read more...] about Which Vietnamese athletes have qualified for 2020 Olympics?
Harry Hodge Harry Hodge, a teacher and writer from Canada, has spent nine years in Vietnam, which is the longest stay among our interviewees this time. Hodge says Tet was “OK in my first year. But each year I like it less.” As far as Hodge is concerned, Tet is too long and very boring for him as an expatriate. “New Year in Canada is one day off and over quickly. Tet is two weeks off work, and I can’t earn money.” … [Read more...] about Tet: Happy side vs. Boring side
A good script also needs other supportive factors like talented directors, technologies. Therefore, it is more advisable that the State focuses its money on the end-product rather that just the script. That would make it financially easier to employ noted directors or use proper technologies for a film. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese film industry promotes national identity, diversity