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10,000 congenital cardiac cases operations performed

In Uncategorized on December 16, 2010 at 2:27 pm




10,000 congenital cardiac cases operations performed


QĐND – Thursday, December 16, 2010, 21:5 (GMT+7)

19 cardiovascular surgery centers nationwide have performed surgeries for around 10,000 cardiac patients since the beginning of this year.


The figure was unveiled at a ceremony to sum up cardiovascular operations in 2010 held in Hanoi on December 15th.


According to Associate Professor cum Doctor Nguyen Huu Uoc, head of the thoracic-cardiovascular surgery ward of Vietnam-Germany Friendship Hospital, 1,800 out of 10,000 cases nationwide had been performed in the hospital.


2010 marks the 32nd anniversary of the cooperation on cardiovascular between Vietnam and France.


Over the past three decades, many leading cardiovascular professors and doctors from France have supported Vietnam in congenital or neonatal cardiac diagnosis and treatment and open-heart surgeries. 


France has helped Vietnam train many experts and develop Vietnam’s cardiovascular sector, saving the lives of thousands of patients.


Also at the ceremony, the Ministry of Health presented medals “For the health of people” to French experts for their great contributions to the cause of caring for Vietnamese people’s health.


The medal is also a token of gratitude of Vietnam Cardiovascular Surgeons and Doctors of different generations to French professors and doctors who have been working hard to help Vietnam over more than 30 years.


Source: LDO


Translated by Mai Huong


Source: QDND

Japanese martial arts performed in Hanoi

In Uncategorized on December 16, 2010 at 9:54 am

The Japanese Embassy in coordination with the Aikido Yukishudokan and Kendo Hanoi Clubs held a performance of Aikido and Kendo in Hanoi on December 4.

Speaking at the event, Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Yasuaki Tanizaki said that Aikido and Kendo are Japan ’s two traditional martial arts that represent the unique cultural identity of the people in the country of cherry blossoms.


He expressed his wish that the performance would help Vietnamese people, especially young people, understand more about the Japanese culture, and strengthen the friendship and mutual understanding between the two nations.


Aikido was formed in Japan and developed throughout the world in the middle of the 20 th century. Aikido practitioners do not use attacking movements but take advantage of their rivals’ strength to master them.


Formed 1,200 years ago, Kendo uses bamboo-made sticks to attack the rival with the aim of strengthening physical and spiritual health as well as improving concentration on study and work.

Source: SGGP

Folk songs to be performed in Hanoi

In Uncategorized on May 10, 2010 at 4:49 am




Folk songs to be performed in Hanoi


QĐND – Sunday, May 09, 2010, 22:4 (GMT+7)

A large-scale traditional music program will be launched in the My Dinh National Convention Center in Hanoi on May 12th on the occasion of the first National Ethnic Minority Congress.


The event, to be broadcast live on VTV1, VTV4 and VTV5 channels, includes performances of traditional music from three regions in Vietnam, such as folk songs, popular opera, festival songs and dances.


In particular, the audience will have a chance to enjoy songs and dances performed by artists from different ethic minorities in remote areas.


In early May, several activities will be launched to honour cultural identities of 54 ethnic minorities in Hanoi.


An exhibition on cultures and development of ethnic minorities will be held from May 9th to 14th at the Vietnam Arts and Culture Exhibition Centre. Several documentaries about ethnic minority people will be shown on this occasion.


Source: HNM


Translated by Duy Minh


Source: QDND

Vietnam’s ‘Stereo Man’ to be performed in Cambodia

In Vietnam Culture on November 19, 2009 at 9:56 am

A local play titled “Stereo Man” performed by actors of Hanoi’s Youth Theater, will be presented during the Mekong Arts and Media Festival 2009 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from November 23 to 27.








           A scene in the play “Stereo man”

Through body language, the play explores the feelings and aspirations of an HIV-infected man while examining social issues, gender, sex, HIV/AIDS, homoeroticism and violence.


The play was first performed by Youth Theater actors, including Nhu Lai, Hoai Nam, Cong Dung and Hoang Tung, in the 2007 Mekong Experimental Theater Festival.


The performance made an impression on Ms. Lea L. Espallardo, director of the Philippines Educational Theater, and dancer & choreographer Agnes Locsin who then enhanced the play adding new messages.


More than 50 performances of “Stereo Man” have been presented for free at universities and colleges throughout the country, as well as in Thailand and India.


The Mekong Arts and Media Festival 2009 held by the Philippines Educational Theater Association (PETA) features a series of cultural events to mark its activities in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, China and the Greater Mekong Subregion over the past three years.


“We’ve learnt many useful things from foreign colleagues in the festival, which will give us creativity in our forthcoming projects,” said actor Hoang Tung.


This year’s event focuses on social issues including gender, sex, HIV/AIDS and family violence.


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South Korean music to be performed in city

In Vietnam Entertainment on September 8, 2009 at 5:17 pm

The annual celebration of modern South Korean music by the KPOP Team, a branch of Vietnam’s leading music forum and company – Yeuamnhac, is set to return September 6 at Ho Chi Minh City Student’s Cultural House, District 3. 








The organizer hopes the upcoming event, KPop Summer Party 2009 – Dancing Story, will continue to make positive impressions on South Korean music labels and encourage them to schedule more Vietnam tours for their singers.
 
The music event is also believed to be a good link and motivation for the exchange of culture and music between the two countries.
 
The anticipated event had a rehearsal show in January, which attracted approximately 500 selected fans from among hundreds who registered online.
 
The January rehearsal show received some good feedback from leading music productions in South Korea, such as SM Entertainment and YG Entertainment. 
 
The annual event will continue their usual games at their 2009 party, like covering songs by South Korean music idols, quizzes about Korean music, and a dance battle between local amateur dance teams, including SangHeak, Shan Minna, Hazoo and Zoti.
 
The dance battle will feature dance moves inspired by the current Korean most popular male singers like Taegoon, AJ, Chung Lim and Ajoo.
 
The Sunday show also brings to stage a dance story which features various performances by the city’s famous break-dance teams, namely G.O.D, The Light, Joker, and Junior Zone. The concept of the story has not yet revealed.
 
A spokesperson for the show also noted that the 2009 celebration party will introduce some new dances, which will become a new wave in world dance showbiz, including electro-dance and pamtek.
 
The sole non-musical guest for the show is the Miss Young 2008 Truong My Trinh, who recently became an idol for Vietnamese teenagers.
 
Tickets are available at the box office of Student’s Cultural House and cost VND45,000 (US$2.5). Bookings can also be made via the hotline: (84) 918416923.

Source: SGGP