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Music performance, “Spring for needy Children”, to be held in Hanoi

In Uncategorized on December 24, 2010 at 4:22 am




Music performance, “Spring for needy Children”, to be held in Hanoi


QĐND – Wednesday, December 22, 2010, 20:34 (GMT+7)


 

The Vietnam Children Protection Fund, the Oxy Communications Joint-Stock Company and Vietnam Television, will hold a charity musical program for poor children entitled “The spring for needy children”, on Sunday evening at the Kim Ma Theatre, Hanoi.


Through the event, the Fund wants to call for more donations from individuals and organisations at home and abroad to support disadvantaged and needy children in Vietnam.


On this occasion, representatives of the Party and Government will grant 25 gifts to 25 poor and disadvantaged children in Hoa Binh, Bac Can and Quang Binh provinces. The Fund also receives VND 33 billion relief aid from 20 agencies, businesses and individuals at home and abroad.


Famous singers, Tung Duong, Khanh Linh, Minh Quan and Phuong Anh will entertain audience with many songs expressing their deep love and concern for disadvantaged children.


Source: CPV 


Translated by Van Hieu


Source: QDND

Charity music performance to raise money for the poor

In Uncategorized on December 16, 2010 at 9:36 am

A charity music performance to raise money for the poor in the upcoming lunar New Year holiday (Tet) will take place at the Ho Chi Minh City Opera House on December 10.

        Singer My Tam will take part in the concert.

The concert is jointly organized by the Sai Gon Giai Phong (SGGP) Newspaper and Ho Chi Minh City Television.


Popular singers will include Anh Tuyet, My Tam, Quang Linh, Nguyen Phi Hung, Bonnuer Trinh, Dong Quan, cai luong actress Que Tran and actor Ly Hung.


In addition, on this occasion, the SGGP Newspaper will launch a fundraising program for the disadvantaged people so that they too can enjoy a happy Tet holiday. The organizes would like people to donate money for this worthy cause, so that we can help the poor.

Source: SGGP

Violinist Chau Giang returns home for performance

In Uncategorized on October 31, 2010 at 10:11 am

ACB wins Citibank award for int’l payment performance

In Uncategorized on June 23, 2010 at 12:38 pm

Ho Chi Minh City-based Asia Commercial Bank (ACB) received a Citibank performance excellence award for global electronic payments leadership and excellence on June 22.


Gary Chan, director of Citibank Ho Chi Minh City Branch, presented the award to ACB representative Do Minh Toan.  

Citibank’s Gary Chan (R) presents the 2009 Citi Performance Excellence Award to ACB’s Do Minh Toan on June 22, 2010 (Photo: The Anh)

Mr. Chan said, “The prestigious Citi Performance Excellence Award is presented to leading financial institutions worldwide which have state-of-the-art international Straight Through Processing electronic payment services and meet stringent correspondent banking and processing accuracy criteria.”


He added that this award formally recognized and acknowledged the top financial institutions in each region based on their straight through processing rate and yearly volume in 2009.


About 200 leading financial institutions worldwide got the award this time, Mr. Chan said.


For 2009, a total of 36 Asian banks received this award, with ACB being the only bank in Vietnam to secure it, he added.


The Citibank source said ACB was among banks that achieved a straight through processing rate of 95% and higher.”


STP is an automated process of payments without manual intervention which increases processing speed, minimizes routing errors, lowers operations and transaction costs while resulting in efficient, rapid payment execution and credit for the bank and the customers it serves.

Source: SGGP

Car driving performance to be launched in HCMC

In Uncategorized on June 3, 2010 at 6:08 pm




Car driving performance to be launched in HCMC


QĐND – Thursday, June 03, 2010, 21:9 (GMT+7)

Special car driving performances will be launched by Russ Swift, a well-known stunt performance driver, at the Saigon Auto Tech 2010 from June 4 to 6 in Ho Chi Minh City.


The first car driving performance will be held by Motor Image Vietnam (MIV), the official distributor of Japan’s Subaru in Vietnam.


With the Subaru Impreza car, Russ Swift, who has taken part in more than 5000 performances in various countries, will exhibit to the Vietnamese audiences special car driving performances.


Russ Swift’s stunts, which have been broadcasted in many channels, have won him lots of prizes including a Guinness World Record.


The coming event, sponsored by the Saigon Auto Tech 2010, Tires Pacific and Vilube, will take place at the Tan Binh Exhibition Hall in Tan Binh district.


Source: 24h online


Translated by Duy Minh


Source: QDND

Different sides of love and life mix in performance sure to spark Vietnamese imagination

In Uncategorized on May 29, 2010 at 9:13 am

“People overcome difficulties in life; they recognize that nothing lasts forever.”  The contemporary dance Maybe Forever by Stuart and Philipp Gehmacher is a combination of singing and dancing, highlighting different sides of love.

Audiences will meet up the talented guitarist Niko from the Mute band in a new job, preparing live music for the performance, at the stage work Maybe forever (Photo: Goethe Institute)Maybe Forever is a collaboration in which the artistic worlds of two choreographers collide. The lullabies of singer-songwriter Niko Hafkenscheid accompany the pair onstage, and have them dance in a promised land. While Hafkenscheid sings of love and longing, the dance of Meg Stuart und Philipp Gehmacher describes the pain and memories of love’s end.
 
The former dance critic Myriam Van Imschoot prepared the dramaturgy of the performance. The Goethe Institute will present the performance to Vietnamese public free-of-charge.
 
The performance will visit two biggest cities of Vietnam, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. In Hanoi, it will start at 8pm June 4 at the Hanoi Opera House (1 Trang Tien street) and at HCMC Opera House (7 Lam Son Square, Dist.1) at 8pm June 8.
 
Free tickets can be collected at two venues: Goethe Institute Hanoi (56 – 58 Nguyen Thai Hoc street) from May 31 to June 4 and Goethe Institute HCMC (18 Street No.1, Do Thanh Compound, Dist. 3) from June 2 to June 8.
 
Questions or requests in related to the show can be sent to the email: prog@saigon.goethe.org .
  
Meg Stuart is considered one of the key figures in the international contemporary dance scene.  Drawing from the vast reservoir of everyday movements, she has created a completely new aesthetic of dance.
 
The MA Philipp Gehmacher is famous for choreographing the opening of Tanzquartiers Wien, the first full-length piece “mountains are mountains”, and other co-productions with prominent European dance theaters, and later in 2009 was awarded the Austrian Award of the Ministry of Education Art and Culture.
 
Meanwhile, the guitarist and songwriter Niko Hafkenscheid, mostly known as a member of the Brussels electro-rock band aMute, has created soundtracks for several documentaries and feature films, such as “Taliban nicht beendet” (2008) and “Simple Appareil” (2008).

Source: SGGP

Jazz duo gearing up for HCMC performance

In Uncategorized on April 11, 2010 at 8:32 am

Vietnamese jazz legends Quyen Van Minh and Tran Manh Tuan have announced a collaborative performance on April 17 in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7.

“Sensational Jazz,” a concert performed by musicians Quyen Van Minh and Tran Manh Tuan, will take place on April 17 in District 7, HCMC Titled “Sensational Jazz,” the event will also feature a sophisticated buffet dinner in an elegant and luxurious outdoor venue at Ho Ban Nguyet .
 
The duo will be accompanied by Minh’s band, Bigband Song Hong, who have been playing together for the past decade.
 
The group will treat audiences to different genres of jazz from the past and present including blues, swing and bebop. In addition, jazz-inspired Vietnamese songs like Ha trang, Mot coi di ve, Co hong and Thu hoai niem, are part of the lineup.
 
Guest singers Tuyet Loan, Ho Quynh Huong, Kasim Hoang Vu and Duc Tuan will also join Minh and Tuan onstage.
 
The concert is organized by stage director Le Thuy while architect Nguyen Chung Nhan, who completed a master’s degree in architecture at the US-based South Florida University, will be in charge of the venue design.
 
Tickets cost VND1.7-2 million (US$87-102) and are available at Khong Ten Bar and the Duxton Saigon Hotel. The buffet dinner will be served from 6-8pm, before the performance.   

Source: SGGP

State leader praises Treasury’s performance

In Uncategorized on March 29, 2010 at 2:36 pm




State leader praises Treasury’s performance


QĐND – Monday, March 29, 2010, 21:26 (GMT+7)


The State Treasury has made important contributions to helping the country overcome the economic downturn last year, said State President Nguyen Minh Triet.

Mr Triet delivered his remarks on March 28 during his working visit to the Treasury on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.


He lauded the agency’s performance over the past years, saying that the State Treasury has not only managed the State budget well but also mobilised large amounts of capital for development through issuing the Government bonds.


However, the State leader urged the State Treasury to overcome its weaknesses and timely propose proper options and policies for the country’s sustainable economic development.


The Director General of the State Treasury, Nguyen Thi Nhon, said her agency is working with taxation and customs authorities on a tax reform scheme, under which tax payers will fulfill their obligations at banks instead of State Treasury branches.


The State Treasury has so far mobilised a total of VND350 trillion from the sale of Government bonds, helping balance the State budget.

Source: VOV

Source: QDND