Workers are not allowed to ride motorbikes or walk to work
The frigid weather does not stop the poor in Ho Chi Minh City from carrying on with their daily work
The Nguyen Hue Pedestrian Street in downtown Ho Chi Minh City has been launched on a pilot basis since Wednesday before officially opening to the public by the end of this month
The chair of a photography association said in an interview with Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper that though the Southeast Asian country’s photographers have achieved noticeable strides in recent years, many of them still lack professionalism, passion, and dedication to make their works really stand out
Paintings created by two German and Indian artists are sharing their space in a collective exhibit, which is taking place in central Vietnam until early next week
Famed Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia’s work has earned the “Building of the Year” from the Architects Regional Council of Asia (ARCASIA) 2014 Awards.
Two exhibits showcasing Pop art works are running separately in Hanoi, with one of them featuring works by an Italian artist.
An installation art exhibit, “Tren Duoi Troi” (Above and Under the Sky), which is taking place in Hanoi until March 15, features works of different materials and styles by two local artists
Some 300 traditional art and Buddhist-themed works and antiques by local and foreign artists are being showcased at an exhibit, "Xuan Dong phuong", which is running in HCMC until Feb 13.
Nguyen Quoc Dan, who was featured on Japan’s NHK in 2011, is holding his exhibit of chalk paintings on Non-Cubism in HCMC until Jan 27 and is also airing it online.
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