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The central coastal city of Danang has seen robust growth in the tourism sector, thanks to scores of festivals taking place between May and September.

Danang City recorded 1.6 million tourists over the past two months, surging by 26% year-on-year, said Tran Chi Cuong, deputy director of the Department of Tourism of Danang City. He attributed this to a series of festivals and activities, such as the Danang International Fireworks Festival and Danang-Summer Destination 2018 program.

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The newly opened Danaksara restaurant is named with a combination of the ancient name of the city - "Danak" and a Hebrew feminine word referring to a female minister - "Sara". Located in the heart of the magnificent Furama Villas Danang, this voyage through the unique taste of Authentic Central Vietnam cuisine offers diners an excellence of traditional Vietnamese food from the Central Vietnam's Region in particular, in a symphony of delightful textured, balanced and sophisticated dishes.

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EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL 2016 HELD IN DANANG

Movie lovers in Viet Nam were enthralled by an array of the best European films during the European Film Festival 2016 (EFF), which showcased 13 contemporary films from EU member countries.

The film festival provided an in-depth portrait of Europe including its lifestyle, culture and traditions, helping to enhance mutual understanding between Europe and Viet Nam.

The EFF 2016 reflected the excellence, innovation, and diversity of European cinema through a range of films that included drama, comedy, tragedy, and passion. The festival was also an opportunity for movie lovers to catch up on award-winning films that were not usually screened in regular cinemas.

Over the course of two weeks, the 17th edition of the festival brought audiences a wide selection of entertaining, challenging and thought-provoking films, unavailable in regular cinemas. Films screened had encountered success in their country of origin where they had won national and international awards.

"The world of the silver screen has no borders. No passports or visas are required to take you from one country to another. Cinema has successfully shared diverse culture, people, histories and perspectives to audiences from across the globe for over a century. As the birthplace of cinematography and home to a number of prestigious international film festivals, Europe is renowned for its cinematic heritage. By maintaining the presentation of European cinema in Viet Nam, the European Union hopes to break down language and cultural barriers, and aims to involve people from across the spectrum of Vietnamese society. This cultural event is believed to be an excellent bridge to bring the people closer." said Head of the EU Delegation to Viet Nam, Ambassador Bruno Angelet.

Founded in 2000, the EFF has become a prominent annual cultural event in Viet Nam. It has established itself as a reliable vehicle to bring new and captivating aspects of European culture to Vietnamese people, by showcasing films that would otherwise not be available in Vietnamese commercial cinemas.

The EFF, which is part of a broader series of "Europe Days 2016" events, opened in Ha Noi on May 13, in Da Nang on May 14 and in HCM City on May 15. All films were screened with English and Vietnamese subtitles.

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