Vietnamese athletes won three gold medals on the third day of competition at the Thailand Open Track and Field Championship on June 14 in Bangkok.
(National Times)- The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism always considers the management, preservation and promotion of traditional culture of ethnic minority groups one of urgent, strategic and long-term tasks, Minister Nguyen Ngoc Thien said at the Q&A session as part of the National Assembly’s ongoing third plenum on June 14.
A fine art exhibition was kicked off in Vientiane on June 12 to celebrate the 55th anniversary of Vietnam-Laos diplomatic ties (Sept. 5).
Monsoon Music Festival (MMF), Vietnam’s biggest music event, will now be celebrated annually as part of an ambitious plan to develop culture in the capital through 2020, with a vision to 2030.
Vietnam pocketed five gold, one silver and five bronze medals at the first day of the Thailand Open Track and Field Championship in Bangkok on June 12.
Vietnam’s top tennis player Ly Hoang Nam jumped 42 spots to reach world No 559 in the latest men’s singles rankings, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) announced on June 12.