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Wednesday, January 26, 2022
NDO – An exhibition, which reproduces the Vietnamese traditional Tet (Lunar New Year Festival), will be held in the display space of the National Archives Centre No.1 in Hanoi, from January 14 to March 15.
The commune is not only famous for making premium incense for the Tet holiday but also a marvelous tourist attraction on Hanoi’s outskirt. Its chic and unique beauty has been introduced in many presses locally and internationally.
The old custom shows the Vietnamese respect to the guardian spirit of the house as well as conveys the Vietnamese wishes for a prosperous upcoming year.
NDO – A photo exhibition themed “Delhi- Hanoi – the bridge of friendship” is taking place at the Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre (SVCC) in Hanoi from January 5-8.
NDO - The cultural, sports and tourism sector should accelerate the digital transformation in the fields of tourism, heritages, and relic sites as well as the application of artificial intelligence.
NDO - Hanoi audiences will have an opportunity to enjoy a play, which uses contemporary dance and multi-media, named "A Woman" - part of Antigone project, funded by the Goethe Institute.
NDO – The annual “Xuan Que Huong” (Homeland Spring) programme 2022, is a run-up to the Lunar New Year festival for Overseas Vietnamese (OVs), and will take place in Hanoi on January 22.
NDO – The 2021 National Drama Festival officially opened at Tran Huu Trang Theatre in Ho Chi Minh City on January 3, featuring the participation of nearly 800 artists, actors and actresses.
NDO - On December 22, 2021, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued Decision 3404/QD-BVHTTDL on approving the project "Preserving and promoting the values of folk songs, folk dances and folk music of ethnic minorities in association with tourism development in the 2021-2030 period". This is a practical activity to institutionalise the guidelines, policies and laws of the Party and State on ethnic affairs aiming to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of ethnic groups in the community.
The opening of the oldest flower market in town will entertain Hanoians and foreign expats alike on the occasion of Tet Holidays amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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