A scene in Nhà Là Nơi Để Về (Home Sweet Home), a TV show on urban women produced by M&T Pictures, is being broadcast on Việt Nam Television to celebrate the 29th anniversary of Việt Nam Women’s Day, October 20. — Photo courtesy of producer HCM CITY — "Women and love" is the theme of a new TV show on Việt Nam Television this week to celebrate the 89th anniversary of Việt Nam Women’s Day, October 20. The 52-part series, Nhà Là Nơi Để Về (Home Sweet Home), portrays the lives of urban youth and focuses on young single women who face challenges in love and career. The film’s director Thái Minh Nhiên of M&T Pictures shows how young women were able to redirect their life after setbacks. “Key parts of the film have rewritten during shooting to attract audiences,” said … [Read more...] about New TV show on urban women airs
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Phan Dang Nhat Minh, the winner of the 17th competition “Duong len dinh Olympia” (Road to Olympia) is the longest running game show on Vietnam National Television. This is a competition held annually for high school students and the award for the winners of the competition is the full scholarship for studying at university in Australia. “Road to Olympia’ has many other unofficial names – ‘Duong len dinh Australia’ (Road to Australia), or ‘Noi tuyen chon nhan tai cho Australia’ (Competition that selects talents for Australia). This is because most of the winners, the best students, now live and work and Australia. On an education forum, people wrote sarcastic remarks, saying that ‘Road to Olympia’ needs to be removed, because it provides Vietnamese talents to Australia, and causes a brain drain in Vietnam. The first champion of the Road to Olympia Tran Ngoc Minh, graduated from Swinburne University of … [Read more...] about Does Vietnam’s TV show “Road to Olympia” help provide talents for Australia?
Most of the winners of the Road to Olympia TV show leave for Australia and do not return to Vietnam. Every year, when the Road to Olympia season ends, news about the brain drain becomes a hot topic of discussion. Journalist Nguyen Nhu Mai (in red shirt) Journalist Nguyen Nhu Mai, who has been working as the advisor to ‘Road to Olympia’ for 20 years, said most of the winners leave Vietnam for Australia to study and then live after the competition. On education forums, people comment that the show gathers ‘national talents and sends the talents to Australia’. Some people criticize the competition, saying that the competition only brings benefits to Australia, not the home country. People exaggerate when calling the competitors and winners of ‘Road to Olympia’ national talents who need to be conserved, though the students are among the best from high schools of Vietnam. Mai said people exaggerate when calling the competitors and winners of … [Read more...] about Is the Road to Olympia TV show contributing to Vietnam’s brain drain?
Like the original, the updated story of Grease: Rydell High will explore teenage angst and peer pressure. — AFP File Photo CANNES — Grease is about to come roaring back with a small screen version called Grease: Rydell High, named after the high school in which the 1978 movie was based. With Summer Loving, a big screen prequel to the musical also in the pipeline, WarnerMedia Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt revealed on Tuesday that a spin-off series based on the musical is in the making. Like the original, the updated story will explore teenage angst and peer pressure, the horrors of puberty and life in Middle America. It will also feature some of the original songs as well as hits from the 1950s, Greenblatt told delegates at MIPCOM, the world's biggest entertainment market in Cannes, France. "We're going to reinvent it as a musical series, with some of the music of the show, some of the … [Read more...] about It’s the time! Grease to come back as TV show
A TV series about the Nguyễn Dynasty in the 19th century will be filmed next month by a private film company in HCM City. A scene in Phượng Khấu (The Queen’s Robe Button Engraved with an Image of a Phoenix) The 18-part series, Phượng Khấu (The Queen’s Robe Button Engraved with an Image of a Phoenix), features Queen Mother Từ Dụ, whose real name was Phạm Thị Hằng. She helped her son, Hồng Nhậm, to become Emperor Tự Đức. The show focuses on the life of Từ Dụ between 1840 and 1847 when she was a royal concubine of Emperor Thiệu Trị, the third emperor of the Nguyễn Dynasty. Emperor Thiệu Trị was the eldest son of Emperor Minh Mạng, and reigned from 1981 until his death in 1847. Emperor Tự Đức enjoyed the longest reign of any monarch of the Nguyễn Dynasty, ruling from 1848 (after his father Emperor … [Read more...] about Project on TV series about Nguyễn Dynasty launched