5/17/2012 - 9:46
(VOVworld) – Digital technology has created a revolution in portraiture. People can take digital cameras anywhere to capture the special moments in their lives. But, one old man in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter is sticking with black and white portrait drawings. He is 75-year-old artist Nguyen Bao Nguyen whose talented hands and patience infuses soul into his portrait...
3/27/2012 - 17:40
(VOVworld) - Vietnam is the fifth most vulnerable country to climate change in the world. Temperature increases and changes in rainfall patterns will affect agricultural production, water resources and human health. Despite these far-reaching effects, the concept of “climate change” is still rather academic to many people, so educating people about Climate change and getting them to change their behaviors...
3/9/2012 - 16:08
(VOVworld) The northern province of Thai Binh is famous for high-yield rice fields and as the cradle of Cheo or traditional opera. There are many Cheo villages in the province. Khuoc village is one of them. No one knows the exact origin of Khuoc Cheo, but villagers say it has been performed since ancient times. Despite years of rapid changes...
2/19/2012 - 20:36
Gong music is sacred to the Ede, for whom the sound of gongs evokes their origin myth, the Dam San epic. This story tells about the Ede leader, Dam San, longed to marry the Sun Goddess in order to subdue nature, rebel against heavenly authority and affirm the power of humanity. In today’s show, we would like to take you...
12/14/2011 - 10:52
Don ca tai tu”, a younger type of Vietnamese traditional music, emerged in the south at the end of the 19th century. Today, southerners appreciate and maintain this art form in their daily life
12/3/2011 - 3:38
Sickness or even the death of a family member can plunge households into poverty in Trieu Thanh commune in the north central province of Thanh Hoa, where most families live off agriculture. Such tragedies often catch families here unprepared.
12/2/2011 - 14:59
Covered by more than 1.3 million hectares of natural forest and spreading over nine mountainous districts, the Western Nghe An Biosphere Reserve is the only remaining area in northern Vietnam boasting a large expanse of well-preserved primary forest.
11/26/2011 - 0:39
Up to 80 percent of people with disabilities are dependent on support from their family or social assistance provided by the state and/or community. Appropriate jobs for PWD have always been among top public concerns in Vietnam.
11/19/2011 - 3:33
Most young people and children with disabilities in Vietnam come from vulnerable households. Their families are poor. And having a child with a disability has put even more pressure on their families.