NDO – The 2019 Cultural Heritage and Tourism Festival, themed ‘Cultural heritage in integration and development’, will be held at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts in Hanoi from November 21-26.
NDO – A series of activities will be held from November 22 to December 15 in Hanoi’s Old Quarter to honour the capital city’s cultural heritages.
NDO – A project, aiming to upgrade the landscape and plant trees in the area of cross-road in Gieng Temple under the Special National Historical Relic Site of Hung Kings Temple in the northern province of Phu Tho, was inaugurated and put into use on December 15, after three months of construction.
NDO – Nearly 4,000 artifacts found in nine ancient shipwrecks along the coast of Vietnam from Quang Nam to Ca Mau provinces are being displayed for the public at an exhibition that opened in Quang Ngai province on June 19.
NDO – Vinh Long province Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism organised a ceremony on June 19 to honour Meritorious Artisans in the field of intangible cultural heritage and announce the decision on recognising two national treasures.
NDO – With passionate enthusiasm and tremendous efforts, locals in Dong Ngu water puppetry village in Ngu Thai commune, Thuan Thanh district, Bac Ninh province, have sought a way to revive its glory days of the past, reaffirming the vitality of their ancestors’ age-old practice.
NDO – A special exhibition featuring national names and the capital cities, along with the associated ancient artefacts during Vietnam’s establishment and development, is open to the public, providing historical documents and material evidence showing the aspirations and will of Vietnamese predecessors for national independence and pride along Vietnam’s 4,000 years of history.
NDO – Hanoi is now home to 18 heritages which have been recognised as national cultural ones. Over the past recent years, the municipal Department of Culture and Sports has coordinated with the local authorities to take measures to safeguard and promote the value of these heritages, turning them into tourist products which have benefited local residents.
NDO - An additional 22 artefacts have been recognised as national treasures under a recent decision by the Prime Minister, raising the total number of national treasures to 164.
NDO/VNA – Experts from India and Russia have visited My Son sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam from late June to early July 2019 to help with the restoration of the world cultural heritage site, director of the sanctuary’s management board Phan Ho said on July 3.