Director Viet Tu and the Four Palaces show accepted the invitation to appear on CNN
In mid-May 2018, director Viet Tu accepted the invitation to appear in Destination Hanoi - a CNN Travel's program which introduces captivating attractions in Hanoi. CNN had a private interview with director Viet Tu and also captured the most beautiful moments from the Four Palaces show to prepare for the program which has been on air on CNN channel during June 2018. CNN's crew highly appreciates director Viet Tu for his leading and pioneering position through his national traditional masterpieces. Especially, "Ngày Xưa" (Once Upon A Time) also known as "Thủa Ấy Xứ Đoài" (Once Upon A Time in Doai) - the first real landscape performance in Vietnam essentially contributes to promoting the image of the country, Vietnamese people and artists to global tourists.
Director Viet Tu in the private interview with CNN. Photo extracted from CNN’s video.
This once again affirmed the position of director Viet Tu with international media after his huge events and achievements such as directing the ceremony of Vietnam AIrlines joining SkyTeam Alliance (2010), bringing the Four Palaces show to World Travel Market London (2016), directing and consulting global-traditional events of Viettel Corporation in Tanzania (2015), Barcelona (2016) and Myanmar (2018).
Director Viet Tu shared his artistic idea in the Four Palaces show with CNN’s crew.
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Also, on this occasion, the Four Palaces show continuously received the Certificate of Excellence (second year in a row) from the world's biggest travel website - TripAdvisor. This is also the second year in a row that the Four Palaces show places in Top 3 performance in Hanoi with overall 5-star vote on TripAdvisor.
The Certificate of Excellence that TripAdvisor provided for the Four Palaces show due to constantly great reviews earned from audiences.
Source: Viet Theatre
Viet Theatre would love to send our sincerest thanks to CNN for helping us in promoting and bringing Vietnamese culture and the Four Palaces to international tourists.