The annual Hanoi Traditional Craft Village Tourism Festival will be held at Quan Ngua Sports Palace from October 9 to 12, in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day.
Over 366 pavilions will showcase a wide variety of wares at this year's four-day 2014 Hanoi Traditional Craft Village Festival set to get underway at the Quan Ngua Sports Palace on October 9.
Song Ho commune in Thuan Thanh district of Bac Ninh province is the largest votive product production base in the country.
The Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) at the Taiwan National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) celebrated a cultural festival on May 3-4, attracting crowds of Taiwanese students.
Old artisan Nguyen Huu Sam in the village, which specializes in making Dong Ho folk paintings in Dong Ho Village, Song Ho Commune, Thuan Thanh District, Bac Ninh Province is considered a “living treasure” of the village.
An exhibition opened on February 7 in Prague to introduce traditional Vietnamese art to culture vultures in the Czech Republic.
The traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) is the biggest and oldest festival in Vietnam, bringing its people together to celebrate the sacred and meaningful annual event.
An ongoing exhibition focuses on the origin and history of the two famous genres of Vietnamese folk paintings, Dong Ho and Hang Trong.
Hanoi's House of Heritage is celebrating the famous Dong Ho and Hang Trong folk painting styles as part of Lunar New Year (Tet) festivities.
The French Development Agency (AFD) and the French Academy of the Far East (EFEO) are introducing the Vietnamese folk paintings - triptych in Hanoi from January 13 to February 28.