The launching of a new postage stamp sheet aims to raise the awareness and responsibility among people about national cultural treasure preservation and promotion.
NDO - Before being handed over to the Museum of Vietnamese History, four of the Nguyen emperors’ crowns have been fully restored to their original state by the hands of gifted craftsman Vu Kim Loc.
NDO/VNA – The traditional weaving skills of Red Dao ethnic minority people in Hoang Su Phi district, the northern province of Ha Giang, have been preserved and developed together with other features of traditional culture.
NDO - The agency responsible for managing the Thang Long Imperial Citadel has been asked to accelerate projects that aim to elevate the value of the UNESCO World Heritage site.
NDO – As life is changing every day, people are getting busier with more and more of the traditional practices during the Tet (lunar New Year) festival fading away. Fortunately, traditional craft villagers in Thua Thien – Hue province have worked silently to preserve the time-honoured values of Tet and preserve the national spirit of the festival.
NDO/VNA – The San Diu ethnic minority group, who live in northern mountainous areas with a population of nearly 147,000, celebrate quite a lot of festivals the most important of which is Tet, the lunar New Year festival.
NDO – Amidst the development of contemporary art, artists have incorporated national heritage into the creation of new forms that have been received positive feedback worldwide.
NDO – The development of public and creative spaces on the basis of “industrial heritage” can achieve the “dual goal” of reducing air pollution and making urban appearance more beautiful.
NDO – Tug-of-war games and rituals which are practiced in Hanoi and the provinces of Vinh Phuc, Bac Ninh and Lao Cai were added to UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2015. The safeguarding and promotion of the heritage’s value need further connection and exchange among communities of practitioners.
NDO - Historical researcher Tran Trong Duong has challenged popular stereotypes on traditional Vietnamese architecture in a project with his associates, using 3D technology to reconstruct the original One Pillar Pagoda when it was first built under the Ly Dynasty.