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- Director Phillip Noyce welcomed to HCM City Hong Kong movie star meets with Vietnamese audience First Int’l Film Festival opens in Hanoi The party took place at Lan Anh Village. The party host – Thanh Bach – sang a Vietnamese folk song named “Trong com” (Vietnamese cylindrical drum) and invited Noyce to dance with him. Noyce plays the drum with interest. Noyce and his wife, a former South African model. He joins a short interview with a local television channel before the party. Vietnamese actress Do Hai Yen, who played a role in Noyce’s “The Quiet American”, and Noyce’s wife – Vuyo Diasi. Yen presents Noyce a DVD of “Lonely”, in which Yen played the leading role. Yen and Thanh Back talk with Noyce on the stage. Noyce signs a photo for Lan Anh Media, the co-organiser of the training course in HCM City. Thanh Bach helps Noyce to print his hand on a clay board. The party was participated by some Vietnamese actors and models. Supermodel Phuong Mai. Supermodel Phuong Mai and movie director Quang Hai. Actress Diem My and her husband.
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HCM City hosts fair ahead of APEC meet
HCM City — The APEC Trade Fair – Viet Nam opened last Saturday in HCM City as a precursor to this week’s APEC meeting in Ha Noi.
“The trade fair is a chance for local and APEC enterprises to showcase their goods and services while promoting co-operation,” said Assistant Foreign Affairs Minister Pham Binh Minh as he opened the event.
The fair hosts 700 kiosks from 300 international and local enterprises. Several trade promotion programmes and art performances are also being presented as part of the nine-day event.
The gathering will provide Vietnamese exporters the opportunity to meet the general director of the US Importers Association to discuss successful entry into the US market.
The fair will also present the Education Exhibition and Vietnamese Student Festival, aiming to attract over 10,000 scientists, teachers and students from 21 universities, colleges, and vocational schools.
The fair, sponsored by the Office of President and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will run until November 19. — VNS