The Nang Hai festival, in worship of the moon, which is observed annually by the Tay ethnic groups in Tien Thanh commune, Phuc Hoa district, Cao Bang province, has been listed as a national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
An arts programme, entitled ‘The Sacred World of Dong Loc’, was held at the Dong Loc T-junction historical relic site in the central province of Ha Tinh on July 23rd to mark the 70th anniversary of the Wounded and Fallen Soldiers' Day (July 27th, 1947-2017).
Central Thanh Hoa province’s intangible heritages – Tro Chieng Festival and Sing and Dance under Bong Tree Festival - have been recorgnised as national culture intangible heritages by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST).
A photo exhibition featuring the past and present architecture of Hanoi as well as the development of the capital city opened at the Exhibition House (45 Trang Tien Str.) on July 13th.
An international conference on “The ASEAN Region and South Asia: A Melting Pot of Culture and Buddhism in Southeast Asia” is underway at Minh Dang Quang Dharma Instiute, Ho Chi Minh City until July 11th, attracting Buddhist followers and scholars from 44 countries and territories worldwide.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on July 6th offered incense to late General Nguyen Chi Thanh, a man who was closely attached to Vietnam’s victories during the struggle against France and the first few years of war against the U.S.
An exhibition displaying maps and documents on Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos will be opened in the National Archives Centre IV in Da Lat city, Central Highlands province of Lam Dong starting from July 3rd.
A Vietnam-Korea Cultural Exchange Program with a variety of activities such as traditional Korean games, traditional performances, food and costumes of the two countries was held in Hanoi’s Center for Women and Development on June 30th.
A wide variety of activities will be held at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Dong Mo, Son Tay district, Hanoi throughout the entire month of July to introduce the unique cultural identities of the ethnic minority groups from the Central Highlands region.
Two Vietnamese architecture companies won special mention by the International Union of Architects (UIA) for their "Friendly and Inclusive Spaces".
A total of 36 precious artifacts, from the Nguyen Dynasty period (1802-1945), are on display at an exhibition that opened recently at Lam Dong museum in Da Lat city for the first time.
The central province of Quang Nam’s Dinh tran Thanh Chiem, an important political, military, economic and cultural centre established in 1602 in the Nguyen Dynasty was recognised as a national relic site on June 12th.
More than 1,000 artists from 10 countries and territories across the world have participated in the 5th Vietnam International Choir Competition, which opened on Wednesday in Hoi An city in the central province of Quang Nam.
The Quang Binh Cave Festival 2017 will take place on June 16th-25th along with a string of fascinating activities.
Seven Vietnamese contemporary Vietnamese artists will take part in one of the largest and most important exhibitions on contemporary art in Southeast Asia next month in Tokyo, Japan.
Don Cao Dong Trieu (Dong Trieu military post) and An Bien Temple in Dong Trieu town, the northern province of Quang Ninh were recognised as national relic sites at a ceremony held in the locality on June 4th.
300 paintings created by children from all over Vietnam are on display at the Vietnam Cultural Arts Exhibition Centre (2 Hoa Lu Str., Hai Ba Trung Dist.) in Hanoi starting from May 30th to June 4th.