The event is one of the activities celebrating the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the UK and Vietnam and 25th anniversary of British Council in Vietnam.
Visitors have a chance to live the British atmosphere in the capital, meet representatives from prestigious universities in the UK, experience educational activities at booth and participate the Study UK Exhibition as well as enjoy British food and drink, and experience afternoon tea in a very British way.
There will be a music contest, fashion show, screenings, exhibition British latest technologies and inventions, shopping area, photo zone with British icons of the tube, red telephone booth, and double decker.
The festival is co-organized by the British Embassy in Vietnam cooperated with Hanoi People’s Committee.
By Kim Khanh
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