Hanoi, Japanese Saijo city beef up cooperation

Hanoi, Japanese Saijo city beef up cooperation

Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung received a delegation from Japan’s Saijo city, led by Mayor Tamai Toshihisa, in Hanoi on April 27.

Hanoi ancient dances emerges back to life

Ancient dances, an exceptional art genre that stems from the old capital city of Thang Long, are being revived after a long time in oblivion.

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Hanoi’s celebrations presented to Australians

Travel Indochina, a leading Australian tourist company, has become the country’s first operator to introduce tours to Vietnam on the 1,000th founding anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.

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Photo show brings Hanoi to Paris

A photo exhibition portraying the life, sceneries and people of Hanoi was opened at the Vietnam Cultural Centre in Paris, France on Oct. 9.

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Vietnamese, US students study water resources in Hanoi

About 40 Vietnamese and US university students are studying water resource science and policies on a special course in Hanoi.

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From Hanoi to Houston

The American people now have the chance to learn more about Vietnamese fine arts, as well as its culture, when ‘Arts of Ancient Vietnam: From River Plain to Open Sea’ opens at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston (MFAH), Texas.

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Hanoi’s hidden art treasures

People often travel thousands of km to see artistic works in far-off places but fail to recognize equally beautiful things in their own backyard.Hanoi is home to some amazing but little-known works of art.

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Hanoi listed among world’s top tourist destinations in 2010

Hanoi is ranked third among 12 most attractive destinations in the world in 2010, announced a US prestigious tourist publisher.

Hanoi’s hidden art treasures

People often travel thousands of km to see artistic works in far-off places but fail to recognize equally beautiful things in their own backyard.Hanoi is home to some amazing but little-known works of art.

Saving 1,000 years of musical history

Marianne Brown opens her ears to the haunting sounds of ca tru at the first-ever theatre dedicated entirely to this 11th century chamber music.

Hanoi, Fukuoka to work together on environment

The capital city of Hanoi and Japan’s Fukuoka prefecture will forge coordination in a broad spectrum of areas, especially in environment.

Hanoi calls for Japanese advanced technology in waste treatment

Hanoi is offering incentives for enterprises, particularly those from Japan, to apply advanced technologies in waste treatment in the capital, said Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung.