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UNESCO pledges to help Hanoi old quarter get World Heritage status (July 07, 2003)
 The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)'s office in Vietnam would work closely with Hanoi in a bid to make the city's ancient quarter listed in UNESCO-recognised World Heritage site, said Office Director Chu Shiu Kee.
Two French awarded medals “For the cause of Culture and Information” (June 23, 2004)
 Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Culture and Information, Tran Chien Thang, presented medals “For the cause of Culture and Information” to French MP and Mayor of Jean Pierre Brard, Montreuil City, and Alain Ruscio, director of the Centre for Information and Documents about Vietnam (CID Vietnam).
Two ancient architectural sites have been discovered in Hue and near Ha Noi (January 04, 2004)
 Archaeologists have unearthed two different ancient architectural styles from Vietnam's last dynasty in a 5,000sq. km area around King Gia Long's tomb in the former imperial city of Hue, central Vietnam, in just four months.
Twenty archeological sites found in Play Krong River area (December 18, 2003)
 Scientists of the Vietnam Archeological Institute have recently discovered 20 archeological sites in the Play Krong river area where the Play Krong hydro electrical plant is being built.
Trinh The Bao set first fashion design company in Viet Nam (April 29, 2003)
by Anh Thu
 HCM City boasts a host of young designers whose dream is to see their creations on the catwalk, but that’s not the aim of one up-and-coming talent, who’s finding recognition for his work on the stage.
Trekking tours to Ho Village draw discovery lovers (September 22, 2005)
 On a beautiful day, distant Ho Village can be seen from a good vantage point in Sapa, but a world quite different from the popular resort awaits those intrepid enough to make the trek.
Trans-Asia Festival opens weekend (July 22, 2004)
 VietNamNet - The central province of Quang Tri is gearing up for the Trans-Asia Festival, which will run from July 25-28.
Traditional values well preserved in Vietnam's northwest (November 18, 2003)
 Vietnam’s northwestern region, embraces Hoa Binh, Lai Chau, Son La and Lao Cai provinces. The area is home to millions of people from various ethnic minority groups and has become for its wealth of traditional cultural characteristics.
Traditional crafts thrive in rural Vietnam (July 21, 2003)
 Vietnam’s traditional craft villages originate from the wet rice civilization of eastern Asia.
Tourists snap up shots of daily life (April 15, 2003)
 Two photographers, Doan Duc Minh and Ba Han, are recognised as the successes of Viet Nam’s postcard industry.

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