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Anh Hung comes to Ha Noi (April 26, 2004)
 Tran Anh Hung’s work offers a sweet blend of colour and sounds, and he is recognised as one of the most acclaimed directors of Vietnamese descent.
An Interview with Ly Hoang Ly (February 03, 2004)
 Conceptual artist, painter, and poet Ly Hoang Ly is preparing to bring her exhibition combining performance and installation works, Mam (Food Tray), to Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Applause for choreographer Le Vu Long (July 25, 2003)
 Applause for the modern dance show, Eye of the Storm, seemed endless at Ha Noi Opera House last weekend.
Army promotes traditional art (June 23, 2003)
 The General Department of Politics has recently held the second Traditional Dance and Music Contest in a bid to promote the traditional art among the army’s professional art troupes and develop art performances featuring the armed forces, revolutionary war, Uncle Ho’s soldiers through resistance war as well as the present national construction and defence.
Art book portrays Viet Kieu artists (June 21, 2005)
 At over 400 pages, Vietnam Modern Fine Arts, a book compiled by the Hanoi University of Fine Arts will unveil local art history to the public late this week.
Artist breaks boundaries of traditional art (November 12, 2006)
 Artist Nhu Huy believes Vietnamese artists should think globally, as he has with his recent collaborative project on peace.
Artist hopes to reach expats, locals alike (Jan 20, 2003)
 HA NOI — Like many Vietnamese people, British artist and Ha Noi expat Simon Rolph has built a shrine to honour the spirits of his ancestors.
Artist LeBaDang plans ‘Painted Tree Garden’ in Quang Tri (June 18, 2003)
 Talented overseas Vietnamese painter Le Ba Dang is working out a plan of ‘Putting Dresses on the Trees’ in his garden in Trieu Phong district, Quang Tri central province.
Artists grieve with burnt holes, glass vases for Belsan children (October 09, 2004)
 In a new joint exhibition, Motoko Uda and Nguyen Nhu Huy, from Japan and Viet Nam respectively, feature their interpretations of the recent terr orist attack on Russian school children in the town of Belsan.
Artists perform in America and Europe (July 23, 2003)
 A pantomime and dance team from the Youth Theatre will make a performing tour of Canada next month.

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