Ha Noi

Domino Fair brings art closer to public

Domino Fair brings art closer to public

Painter Thanh Chuong has completed 60 paintings of roosters to celebrate the Lunar New Year of the Rooster. Using different materials, such as lacquer, oil on canvas and watercolours, Chuong uses the roosters to reflect society and his own philosophy of life.

Ha Noi’s 2,000-dong market

01/09/2017 11:22

A VND 2,000 market (known as E2K) - a local version of "dollar stores" was set up in the capital to help poor people

Thanh’s goal among AFF Suzuki Cup top 10 goals

12/22/2016 19:10

Vietnamese defender Vu Van Thanh’s goal in the second leg semi-final match between Viet Nam and Indonesia on December 7 was named among AFF Suzuki Cup 2016’s top 10 goals by the website affsuzukicup.com on Tuesday.

Violin phenom to release first LP

12/16/2016 14:36

Violinist Hoang Rob, whose music video filmed at some of Viet Nam’s most famous tourist spots has drawn hundreds of thousands viewers on Facebook, has released his newest album.

Vietnamese swimmers set national records at world champs

12/14/2016 15:10

Tran Duy Khoi set up a national record at the Short Course World Swimming Championships which closed in Windsor, Canada on December 12.

Giant Lantern Festival to light up city

11/29/2016 15:27

Colourful lanterns created by South Korean artisans will be displayed during a festival held in Ha Noi for the first time.

Flowers warm up winter

11/25/2016 11:21

Flower growing regions are an attractive destination for short getaways. This time of the year, with the first chilly winds blowing through the north, the winter flower season signals travellers to hit the roads.

Life’s worth it, says new documentary

11/24/2016 16:01

The series Dang Song by director Dang Hong Giang is currently screened at seven BHD cinemas and August Cinema in Ha Noi with English subtitle.  

Policeman brings music to blind students

11/21/2016 11:06

Police officer Tran Anh Tuan spends every Friday evening teaching visually impaired students from the Nguyen Dinh Chieu High School for the Blind to play the guitar. Thanks to his dedication and the beautiful sounds of the instrument, many students have been able to experience more colour and happiness in their lives. Luong Thu Huong reports.

Heritage fest shows off rituals, costumes

11/21/2016 11:05

One thousand colorful wheels will decorate Dao Duy Tu Street of Ha Noi’s Old Quarter on Nov. 23, part of a festival celebrating Vietnamese heritage that begins today.