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The Vietnamese Lunar New Year is around the corner. Artists and staff of the Furama Resort are in a "peak time" preparing the famous "Tet Village Market" which took place for 3 nights: 9th, 10th and 11th February 2018 (falling on 24th, 25th, and 26th December – Lunar Calendar) and the Tet Dinner Buffet.

Furama Resort Danang magically turned into a traditional Vietnamese market. The Furama Resort's staff created a true atmosphere at the International Convention Palace's garden area to present the scene of a classic Vietnam street food life to call in the Year of the Dog. A snapshot of Vietnamese rice-culture, bamboo plants, banana trees and especially food stalls were set up for visitors to stop by and enjoy square and cylinder formed glutinous rice cakes together with hot tea. Chefs introduced ginger, green squash, coconut, and sweet potatoes to make yummy jams attractive not only to the children. Bamboo dragon flies, silk lanterns, bamboo flutes, and bonsai were also available for gifts and home decoration. The popular fortune telling as well as calligraphy booths were a part of the set-up for visitors to foresee bad luck, welcome good luck and learn more on their own destiny. The bustling atmosphere, the scent of cakes, and tea enhanced the spirit of the Lunar New Year.

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It has been a wonderful week for the whole Management and Sales & Marketing Team of 52 members from Furama Resort Danang, Furama Villas Danang, Ariyana Convention Centre, L'Alyana Ninh Van Bay, Ariyana Smartcondotel Nha Trang, and Furama's overseas representatives from Hong Kong, China and Singapore, gathering all together for the Annual Sales & Marketing Kick-off Conference 2018 on January 13th and 14th, to review business activities during 2017 and propose their action plans for a prosperous 2018.

The workshop on "Negotiation Skills" guided by Mr. Shankar Daniel and Ms. Shiela Gomez from SG Luxe Collection, Singapore, has brought numerous vital skills and knowledge in terms of negotiating in business, applying them into work for a maximization of company profit as well as ensuring customers' satisfaction.

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American Film Director at the Furama!

November, 2012 – Ms. Lynn Novick, a famous documentary filmmaker of Florentine Films, was warmly welcomed at Furama Resort during her business trip to Danang. She is making a documentary film about Vietnamese War, especially the war against American, told by veterans of Vietnam.

Lynn Novick was born in London in 1962, grew up in New York City. She graduated magna cum laude from Yale in l983, with honors in American Studies.

After several years as a research assistant at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History, Novick began her career in documentary filmmaking as a production assistant at WNET-13 in New York. She then served as researcher and associate producer for Bill Moyers on two major PBS series: Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth and A World of Ideas with Bill Moyers.

Novick began her long collaboration with award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns in l989. She first served as associate producer for post production on the landmark CIVIL WAR series, then spent five years as Producer (along with Burns) of the nine part, eighteen-hour series, BASEBALL, the most-watched series in the history of public television, and for which she won an Emmy Award.

Novick then co-directed and co-produced (with Ken Burns) a two-part biographical documentary film, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT. The film, which tells the story of America's foremost architectural genius is, according to Janet Maslin of the New York Times, a "towering two-and-one-half-hour(s)...sure to have a high profile because of the turbulent, colorful life of the architect and the austere magnificence of his work, which is thoughtfully assessed." Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times says the film "...has the unbeatable combination of exceptional interview material and beautiful architectural photography put at the service of an astonishing life." FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT was shown at the Sundance, Telluride, Edinburgh, and Seattle Film Festivals, and then broadcast on PBS in the fall of l998; Novick and Burns won a Peabody Award for the film.

Most recently, Novick produced the highly acclaimed ten part series, JAZZ, which explores in detail the culture, politics and dreams that gave birth to jazz music, and follows this most American of art forms from its origins in blues and ragtime through swing, bebop and fusion. Jack Newfield of the New York Post said: "JAZZ is the best American documentary film I have ever seen. Period." Tom Brokaw wrote: "JAZZ is a masterpiece of American television." John Carmen of The San Francisco Chronicle wrote: "JAZZ informs, astonishes, and entertains. It invites joy, tears, toe-tapping, pride, and shame and maybe an occasional goose bump." JAZZ premiered on PBS in January of 2001 and was nominated for 5 Emmy awards.

Novick is currently co-directing and co-producing (with Ken Burns) Florentine Films' series, THE WAR

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