The Vietnamese-Korean food culture festival will be held this weekend in the National Agriculture Exhibition Centre.
Visitors will engage in cultural activities, see traditional martial arts and enjoy the countries' traditional dishes.
Eight Korean dishes and two Vietnamese dishes, each for VND5,000 (US$0.25), will be served.
All proceeds will be donated to charity.
Dance for AIDS awareness
Dance for Life in Viet Nam will be held at American Club in Ha Noi on Saturday and aired on VTV6 at 6pm.
As many as 1,000 Vietnamese youth and thousands from 27 other nations will dance together to raise HIV/AIDS awareness. The programme will also attract well-known local artists.
Ballet tells story of citadel
A classical ballet entitled Love Story of Co Loa Citadel, adapted from the historical love story Magic Crossbow, will be performed tonight in the Ha Noi Opera House.
The show is organised by the French Embassy and the Viet Nam National Opera and Ballet. It will be directed by Vietnamese artist Pham Anh Phuong and choreographed by Bertrand d'At of the National Opera Ballet Theatre in France's Rhin Province.
Royal conferments donated
Pham Van Khoi, the ninth generation of the Pham Family, living in Quang Ninh District of the northern Quang Binh Province, has donated 15 royal conferments to the National Archives of Viet Nam.
The conferments were appointed to Pham Si, the sixth generation of the Pham Family and the second-ranking mandarin, who contributed to the protection of security within the court from the reigns of King Minh Mang (1791-1841) to Khai Dinh (1885-1925).
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