Ancient Oc Eo artefacts on exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City

    NDO - An exhibition displaying over 300 ancient Oc Eo artefacts opened at the National Museum of Vietnamese History in Ho Chi Minh on November 29.

    Thang Long citadel featured through woodblocks

    NDO/VNA - An exhibition featuring the Thang Long imperial citadel through the Nguyen dynasty’s woodblocks was held at the relic site in Hanoi on November 23 as part of activities to mark the Vietnamese Heritage Day.

    International workshop seeks to preserve Nguyen dynasty’s cultural heritage

    NDO/ VNA – An international workshop was held in the central province of Thua Thien Hue on September 16 to seek ways to preserve and promote cultural heritage values during the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945).

    Hoi An’s history told through printing woodblocks, imperial rescripts

    NDO - The historic milestones of the UNESCO-listed ancient town of Hoi An, and Quang Nam province in general, are being told through an exhibition featuring relevant printing woodblocks and imperial decrees.

    Community-based heritage conservation: A sound approach to cultural preservation

    NDO – Community-based heritage conservation has not only benefited people living in the area but also proven itself as the most effective and sustainable way to safeguard heritages and promote local tourism.


    NDO – The recent programme themed ‘Rang ro mien quan ho’ (Radiance of Love Duet Singing Region) was chosen as the highlight of the 2019 'Visiting the land of Quan Ho (Love Duet) singing' Festival, which is held by the Bac Ninh provincial People’s Committee from February 13-28.

    International conference discusses the heritage value of Ly Son – Sa Huynh Geopark

    NDO – The heritage value of Ly Son – Sa Huynh geopark was spotlighted at an international conference held in Quang Ngai province on June 18.

    Worshipping of Mother Goddesses introduced in Russia

    NDO/VNA – A seminar has been held in Moscow, Russia, to introduce the Vietnamese worship of Mother Goddesses of the Three Realms.

    Vitality of amateur ‘tuong’ art troupes

    NDO—Amateur 'tuong' (“classical drama”) art troupes have laid the foundation for the development of 'tuong', as they have kept intact the original value of the traditional art form. In modern life, these troupes still have a firm position, as they have drawn the interest of a large number of audiences, including the youth.

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