Wife of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Tran Nguyet Thu (second, right), accompanies wife of the Lao PM, Naly Sisoulith (second, left) and wife of the Thai PM, Naraporn Chan-o-chan (first, left) to visit the Vietnamese Women’s Museum on March 31 (Photo:

Spouses of GMS leaders learn about life of Vietnamese women in history

Spouses of leaders of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), who are in Hanoi for the sixth GMS Summit (GMS-6), visited the Vietnamese Women’s Museum in downtown Hanoi on March 31 to learn about the life and cultural heritage of Vietnamese women throughout history.

Ao Dai parade on Nguyen Hue pedestrian street on March 4. (Photo : SGGP)

VIDEO:Thousands of Vietnamese women participate in Ao Dai parade

As part of the fifth Ho Chi Minh City Ao Dai Festival taking place from March 3 to the end of the month, an Ao Dai parade took place on March 4 on Nguyen Hue pedestrian street, attracting around 3,000 women, including pupils, students, artists, and state officers.

Ms. Ngoc Van and her family

Overseas Vietnamese’s nostalgia on Tet holidays

The number of Vietnamese women marrying Taiwanese men was 98,128 as of August, 2017, accounting for 62.9 percent of the total number of foreign-born brides in the territory. But at the same time, the life of migrant brides also improve as they become easily to integrate into Taiwan society, Taiwan News reported.
Gai Que (Rural Woman), one of 63 oil and lacquer paintings by female artists of the Tranh Viet Club at the exhibition Tu Mua Thu Ay (Photo courtesy of the show’s organiser)

Painting exhibition celebrates Women’s Day

An exhibition of paintings by female members of the Tranh Viet Club opened in Ho Chi Minh City to celebrate the 87th anniversary of Vietnamese Women’s Day on October 20.