Today: 22/03/2023 09:34:26 (GMT+7)

2023 National Press Festival opens

20:20 | 17/03/2023

The 2023 National Press Festival opened at the Hanoi Museum on March 17 with the theme of “Solidarity-professionalism-culture-innovation”.

LED light tunnel in the heart of Saigon charms visitors

15:38 | 17/03/2023

Half a million colorful LED lights, with a 50-meter light tunnel as the centerpiece, have been installed in HCMC’s Bach Dang wharf park.

Exhibition displays outstanding entries of 12th Vietnam Art Photo Contest

17:24 | 16/03/2023

Outstanding entries of the 12th Vietnam Art Photo Contest are being displayed at an exhibition at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi. The exhibits were selected from the more than 10,000 entries sent by 1,073 photographers from 32 countries and territories around the world. The organising board presented 71 prizes to best entries, including four gold medals. Vietnamese photographers won 45 prizes at the event, including the four golds.

Vietnam introduces first-ever AI-generated virtual singer

17:53 | 15/03/2023

Ann, the very first virtual singer created by artificial intelligence (AI) in Vietnam, was introduced to the public on Tuesday.

Developing cultural industries from heritage resources

15:34 | 15/03/2023

Hanoi has set the target that by 2025, the cultural industry will contribute 5% of the city's GRDP. With the advantage of relics, heritage and craft villages, Hanoi will focus on exploiting heritage values to develop cultural industries.

Academy Awards president dons Vietnamese gown at Oscars

18:33 | 14/03/2023

Janet Yang, President of Academy Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, wore a metallic gown by Vietnamese designer Le Thanh Hoa to the 2023 Oscars.

Metal Age relics unearthed at Hanoi's Dong Dau hill

11:20 | 14/03/2023

A large number of artifacts dating back about 3,000 - 3,800 years belonging to the Metal Age have been unearthed during excavations at Dong Dau hill relic site in Hanoi’s Ba Vi outlying district, the Museum of Hanoi announced on March 13.

Vietnamese-born Ke Huy Quan wins supporting actor at Oscars for 'Everything Everywhere'

16:35 | 13/03/2023

Ke Huy Quan, a one-time child star who gave up acting for two decades, was named best supporting actor at the Academy Awards on Sunday for his role as a metaverse-hopping husband in offbeat adventure "Everything Everywhere All at Once."