The Vietnamese female squad suffered a 3-0 setback to the Republic of Korea (RoK) in their second match in the qualifying round at the ongoing Asian U16 Football Champs 2015 in Malaysia.
Two compositions by world renowned Vietnamese concert guitarist and composer Dang Ngoc Long were a repertoire requirement at the International Guitar Competition and Festival 2014, which transpired in Berlin from October 3-5.
Vietnam expect to win a quarter-final berth at the Asian Football Confederation U19 Championship in Myanmar although they have been drawn in the “Death Group” of the tournament, players and coaches say.
Vietnamese athletes will compete in six sports at the second Asian Para Games to be held in Incheon, the Republic of Korea, from October 18-24, according to the Vietnam Sports Association for Disabled Athletes (VSAD).
Vietnam will send two representatives to the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Future Stars tournament to be held in Singapore from October 17 to 20.
Well-known Singaporean conductor Kah Chun Wong will perform at two concerts including the Programmes Chamber Music and “Friendship Melodies” of the “Asia-Europe” New Music Festival on Oct.
Coach Graechen names squad for U19 AFC eventGuillaume Graechen put 23 players on the list for the final round of the 2014 AFC U19 Championship to be held in Myanmar.
The Vietnamese sporting delegation has grasped only one gold medal at the 17th Asian Games (ASIAD) in the Republic of Korea, coming up short on their set target of 2-3 gold medals.
An exhibition casting the spotlight on the economic, cultural and societal achievements of the capital city over the past 60 years has opened in Hanoi and runs until October 12.
As many as 5,000 amateur and professional photographers are attending a Canon PhotoMarathon 2014 contest which opened at Military Zone 7 Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City on October 4.
The Olympic Archery Club has attracted a diverse following among locals and expats of all ages.
Over 250 documents, maps, photographs and objects are on display at an exhibition launched in Ho Chi Minh City on October 3.
Vietnam's Karateka Nguyen Thanh Duy clinched a bronze medal at the ongoing Asian Games (ASIAD 17) in the Republic of Korea on October 3.
A Taiwanese businessman has bought “Giu Bien” (Sea Keeping) of Vietnamese painter Uyen Huy which was displayed at a picture gallery in Ho Chi Minh City from September 19-30.
An exhibition on old photos of the former Hoa Lo Prison – one of Indochina's largest – and its political inmates is taking place in Hanoi until the end of this month to celebrate the capital city's 60th liberation anniversary.