• Preserving Vietnamese cuisine

    Hoang Anh, restaurant owner, author of a number of books on Vietnamese cuisine, and teacher of Saigontourist tourism training school, is known best as ‘preserver’ of traditional Vietnamese food.
  • Closer US-Vietnam ties help music flourish on both continents

    Fans of the bittersweet music of loss and longing that has unified millions of Vietnamese expats in the US are warming to songs and stars from a homeland many still mistrust, AFP reported.
  • Rare women’s gong troupes dwindling

    The matriarchal Ede people in the Central Highlands have rare all-woman gong troupes unique to the region.
  • National women’s basketball team prepares for int’l tournaments

    Eighteen basketball players from the national women’s team will gather at National Sports Training Centre I on April 5 for further training under the guidance of two coaches Thai Dong and Pham Gian Tu.
  • “They belong to us all”

    To mark the 75th anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union, Thanh Nien (Youth) Publishing House launched “Relaying Flames of Tradition - Twenty Eternally” as part of a collection of articles about heroic youths during the American resistance war.
  • Vietnamese students compete in UK footbal

    The 4th SVUK Cup football tournament took place from April 3 – 4 in the UK city of Nottingham, drawing the participation of 500 Vietnamese students enrolled in UK universities.
  • Women to fight it out in National Boxing Champs

    Over 100 female boxers from 15 clubs across the country have enrolled in nine different weight categories of the tournament.
  • Vietnam grabs gold at int’l bowling tournament in Malaysia

    Top Vietnamese bowler Huynh Ngoc Diem Thuy snatched a gold medal in the women's singles at the 29th Malaysia Open International Bowling Championship, which was held in Kuala Lumpur from March 21 to April 1.
  • Vietnam's Wushu affirms its class

    After 6 days of competing at the 8th World Wushu Championships, Vietnam's Wushu has not only achieved its target of ranking the second but left good impression on the international community as well.
  • Overseas singers get warm welcome home in Vietnam

    The trend of overseas Vietnamese singers returning home to perform is on the rise, and no one is happier than local audiences, who have welcomed the influx with open arms.