Hanoi: Embarking in a new direction to bring art closer to the public at heritage spaces
An exhibition entitled ‘Calligraphy – Graffiti Dialogue’ is taking place at Hanoi’s Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature), receiving positive response from the public.
Paper-making craft of Dao ethnic people in Ha Giang
Paper-making is a traditional craft of the Dao ethnic minority people in Thanh Son hamlet, Viet Quang town, Bac Quang district, Ha Giang province.
Festival introduces traditional costumes of ethnic minorities in northern region
A festival of traditional costumes of ethnic minority groups in Vietnam’s northern region will take place from November 18 to 20 at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and…
Curtains raise for Hanoi Stage Festival 2022
The Hanoi Stage Festival 2022 officially opened at Dai Nam Theatre on the evening of September 25.
Vietnam’s culture, tourism introduced in Venezuela
The Vietnamese Embassy in Venezuela recently held a workshop aimed at promoting Vietnamese culture and tourism, along with a photo exhibition featuring the beauty of the country’s land and people at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas.
Youth orchestra spreads the love of classical music
With the recent special concert entitled VYO Grand Concert, the Vietnam Youth Orchestra (VYO) had an impressive debut at the Hanoi Opera House.
Son La honours Xoe Thai dance – intangible cultural heritage of humanity
Son La province held a ceremony on September 17 to honour the art of Xoe dance of the Thai ethnic people, as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity recognised by UNESCO.
Dish combining Vietnamese and US culinary culture wins blueberry cooking contest
The US Blueberries – Vietnam Association has announced the winners of the cooking contest entitled ‘Create summer flavours with US berries’, with the first prize going to ‘pho’ (Vietnamese rice noodle) served with blueberry sauce, a dish that combines Vietnamese and US culinary culture.
The one who revives Mid-Autumn lanterns
Traditional lanterns which were thought to be extinct are now revived in an extremely impressive way. They help the public partly figure out how exciting and unique the Mid-Autumn Festival was in the past. Apart from that, they are part of the Vietnamese identity and values.
Precious artefacts of the Early Le Dynasty were introduced to visitors in Thanh Hoa
An exhibition introducing precious artefacts of the Tien Le (Early-Le) dynasty (980-1009) was held at Lam Kinh Special National Relic in Tho Xuan District, in the Central Province of Thanh Hoa on September 13.
Fifth National Applied Arts Exhibition and Contest to feature diverse products
The 5th National Applied Arts Exhibition and Contest is scheduled to take place at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, from September 13-27, featuring creative designs and fine art products with high application value.
Vietnamese pancake wins prize at Italian cultural festival
Vietnam’s famous pancake dish, known locally as banh xeo, claimed second prize at the Bagnara Ethnic Cultural Festival which was held in Italy from September 1 to September 4.
“Khai Ha - Cau An” Festival to become National Intangible Cultural Heritage
The “Khai Ha – Cau An” Festival at the Tomb of Le Van Duyet, Marshal of the Nguyen Dynasty Army's Left Division, has become HCM City’s latest National Intangible Cultural Heritage.
A look at Khmer ethnic group’s dance art
The dance art of the Khmer ethnic group is unique. It has long become an indispensable spiritual food in the cultural life of local people and has always been preserved and brought into full play.
National Independence Day celebrated in ethnic culture village
Visitors to Việt Nam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hà Nội’s suburb of Sơn Tây this September will have a chance to explore cultural identities and traditional customs of Việt Nam’s 54 ethnic groups through numerous activities.