Off-road track in Hanoi a boon for motocross lovers
- Thursday, August 20, 2020
Skilled and unskilled off-road motocross enthusiasts are thrilled to have a track to practice on, just 10 km away from downtown Hanoi.
Vietnam is without a doubt a country of rice. It’s a key part of people’s diet, eaten twice a day on most days as a staple for breakfast, lunch or dinner or even as a snack. Showing just how important it is, rice is even now being used in a new type of artwork - rice painting.
A video on the conservation of folk music of Thai ethnic people by a group of high school students in Nghia Lo township of Yen Bai has clinched a second prize at the ‘Vietnam’s quintessence’ contest.
Paintings by French-Israeli artist Jennifer Amouyal are being showcased at the “Wanderlust” exhibition that opened on October 26 in Hanoi Café in Tel Aviv downtown.
Vietnamese culture has been nudged closer to domestic and foreign friends through life-like palm-sized miniatures of groceries, food carts, local dishes, barber shops, and even iconic tourist attractions made by young people around the country.