NDO – Four groups of national treasures found in Thang Long ancient citadel are on display for the first time at the Hanoi Museum, No. 2 Pham Hung street, Me Tri ward, South Tu Liem district, on the occasion of the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23).
NDO – Over the past years, artisans and cultural practitioners have played a key role in preserving and promoting intangible cultural heritages of Hanoi. To acknowledge their contributions, Hanoi city Department of Culture and Sports recently announced a list of 140 nominees to be awarded with the ‘People’s Artisan’ and ‘Meritorious Artisan’ titles.
NDO – A performance featuring ‘Cua Dinh’ folk singing will be held at the Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies in Hanoi on November 14, marking the successful revival of the musical genre after six decades of decline.
NDO – “Ho khoan” Le Thuy, a genre of Vietnamese folk music from Le Thuy district, in the central province of Quang Binh, has been recognised as national intangible cultural heritage for its typical characteristics.
NDO – The Indian Embassy in Vietnam in conjunction with the Vietnam-India Friendship Association’s Da Nang city chapter jointly held a seminar on the common civilisation heritage of Vietnam and India in the central city, on August 25.
NDO – As 'Xoan' (Spring) singing is faced with the risk of being lost forever, Hung Vuong Museum in Phu Tho province, with the help of several researchers, have put forward a digital solution to preserve the heritage.
NDO – The ebb and flow of history, severe weather and damage from war during the past have seriously damaged the UNESCO-recognised My Son Sanctuary, posing the need for the protection and preservation of the World Cultural Heritage Site in a sustainable manner.