Culture - Society
A series of Vietnamese books that debuted this week to celebrate Children’s Day on June 1 are now available in bookstores around the country.
Female theatre director Trinh Kim Chi of HCM City’s private drama troupe, TKC, believes that musical dramas created for children will dominate the market this summer.
The eighth edition of the festival is set to take place on June 9-18 in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City within the framework of activities launched by the network of the European cultural institutes and embassies (EUNIC) in Vietnam.
From this June, Hanoians can enjoy cheo (traditional Vietnamese opera) plays every Saturday night at Dai Nam theatre.
Since the advent of mass media, books no longer have a monopoly on entertainment. But there are still people who are quietly passionate about collecting books and newspapers.
The Vietnam–Bulgaria Friendship Association (VBFA) hosted a ceremony to mark Bulgarian Education, Culture and Slavonic Literature Day in Hanoi on May 24.