VTC TELEVISION - The cỗ lá (food displayed on banana leaves) are one of the distinguishing features of the Muong food culture in Lac Son district, Hoa Binh. Discover and enjoy this delicious dish.

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Life-long love for Hanoi

The capital city of Hanoi is well on its way to becoming a modern metropolis. Throughout the historical course of development from autumn 1010 to the historic year 1954, and over the past 30 years of Doi Moi (Renewal) process, the long-standing culture of Hanoi is a treasure of many generations of Hanoians, who have strived to preserve and nurture the cultural values of the city.

Photo exhibition on Hanoi opens

A photo exhibition titled ‘Hanoi in me – 2017’ and themed ‘The Capital’s Rhythm of Life’, kicked off at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi on October 9, as part of activities to mark the 63rd anniversary of Hanoi’s Liberation day.

Exhibition features streets of Hanoi

The Hanoi Association of Photographic Artists opened an exhibition showcasing 150 photos featuring streets of Hanoi and locals’ lifestyle from many different angles at Trang Tien street on October 6.

Cham people in Ninh Thuan celebrate Kate festival

The ethnic Cham Brahman people will hold the Kate festival, their most important event in the year, in the central province of Ninh Thuan from October 19-21.

Vietnam Stage Artists Association marks its 60th anniversary

The Vietnam Stage Artists Association held a ceremony at Hanoi Opera House, on October 1, to mark its 60th anniversary (1957 – 2017) and Vietnam Stage Day (the 12th day of the eighth lunar month).

Mai Chau district vibrant with mass music performances

(HBO) – Visiting Mai Chau district on autumn days, visitors could enjoy music and dance performances everywhere in jubilant atmosphere.