The beauty of Vietnamese land and people are vividly reflected through the lens of female photographers in Ho Chi Minh City during their trips across the country.
A Vietnamese Tet (Lunar New Year) Programme with folk rituals and games took place at the Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Hanoi to celebrate the Year of the Buffalo.
Preserving heritage is now the top priority of UNESCO and countries having globally-recognised heritage, including Vietnam.
People, life and landscapes of many regions in Vietnam have been captured by female photographers from Ho Chi Minh City.
Ethnic beauty of the mountainous region in northwestern Vietnam is preserved through folk games, traditional costumes and festivals in early Spring.
Flag-raising ceremony is a long-held tradition of locals on Ly Son island, Quang Ngai province, to pay tribute to late soldiers who spent their lives safeguarding Vietnam’s sovereignty over sea and islands.
Homeland Spring, an annual programme held for overseas Vietnam to celebrate the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet), took place in Hanoi on February 4. This year's event featured only one show without audience due to impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tet (Lunar New Year) festival is the biggest holiday of the year for the Vietnamese people. The festival impresses foreign visitors with its interesting traditional culture activities.
An arts performance programme was held in Ho Chi Minh City on February 3 to celebrate the 91st founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam.
A plan on preserving the Memorial to President Ho Chi Minh in Kim Lien commune, Nam Dan district, Nghe An province has been announced, with T&T Group being the sponsor of the project.
General Secretary of the 13th Party Central Committee, State President Nguyen Phu Trong held a press conference in Hanoi on February 1 to announce the 13th Party National Congress's results. The congress, held from January 25 to February 1, saw the participation of 1,587 delegates representing more than 5 million Party members nationwide. VNA Photo
Members of the newly-elected Party Central Committee made debut on the last day of the 13th National Party Congress on February 1. VNA Photo
The 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam held its closing session in Hanoi on Feb. 1, 2021.
The 13th National Party Congress closed at the National Convention Centre in Hanoi on February 1 after a week of working. Nguyen Phu Trong was re-elected as General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee in the 13th tenure. VNA Photo
A sculpture exhibition is underway at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi to welcome the 13th National Party Congress, the 91st founding anniversary of the Party, and Lunar New Year 2021.
The 13th Party Central Committee convened its first plenum in Hanoi on January 31 to elect the Politburo, the Party General Secretary, the Secretariat, the Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission, and its Chairsperson. General Secretary of the Communist Party of Viet Nam Nguyen Phu Trong has been re-elected for his third term.VNA Photo
Nguyen Phu Trong was re-elected as General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee, for the third time, during the first plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee in Hanoi on January 31.
The Vote Counting Committee in the evening of January 30 announced the list of the 200 elected to the 13th-tenure Party Central Committee, including 180 full and 20 alternate members. January 30 was the fifth working day of the 13th National Party Congress, which took place in Hanoi under the chair of Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong. VNA Photo
Delegates casted ballots to elect 13th tenure Party Central Committee in the afternoon of January 30, the fifth working day of the 13th National Party Congress, which took place in Hanoi under the chair of Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong. VNA Photo
Delegates to the ongoing Party Congress cast their ballots to elect the 13th-tenure Party Central Committee on the afternoon of Jan. 30, the fifth working day of the congress.