Vietnam’s traditional long dress, music showcased in Paris

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam’s traditional long dress (ao dai) and folk music delighted visitors to the Petit Palais art museum in Paris on Wednesday as part of celebration of Vietnam’s National Day (September 2).
Vietnam’s traditional long dress, music showcased in Paris - ảnh 1The traditional long dress symbolizes Vietnamese women's femininity. (Photo: Duc Anh/VOV)

Vietnamese Ambassador to France Nguyen Ngoc Son told attendees that Vietnam is committed to the global effort to build a world free of hunger and war where everybody can work for their happiness. Son said he believes the Vietnam-France relations will see significant progress next year, which will mark 45 years of their diplomatic ties and 5 years of strategic partnership.

Visitors were introduced to the latest collection of designer David Minh Duc and the Vietnam House project initiated by Vietnam Tourism Ambassador to France Anoa Suzanne Dussol Perran.

Ambassador Son also chaired a Hanoi tourism promotion conference, part of Paris’s Top Resa international tourism fair this week. Son told French travel agents that Vietnam is creating preferential policies to help make tourism a spearhead sector and called on them to embrace Vietnam and its capital city.

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