Hue Traditional Craft Festival 2019 will have the participation of over 300 artisans, and 63 domestic and international craft establishments and craft villages.
Various cultural and art activities are set to be held at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism throughout January, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism said on January 3.
With a sewing needle, a reel of thread and a piece of cloth on her person at all times, Lò Tả Mảy, 29, from Tả Phìn Village in the northern province of Lào Cai has all she needs to stitch her intricate embroidery, any time and any place.
The Kon Tum Culture Tourism Week titled “Sac Tham Po Lang” (Shades of Po Lang flower) features gong dances, traditional costumes and cuisine.
The traditional craft of bronze casting in Chè Đông Village, Thiệu Trung Commune in the central province of Thanh Hóa has been famous nationwide for sophisticated products that are highly valued in economy, history and culture. The craft has not only provided the locals with stable income but also great pride when, recently, it was recognised as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage. Hoa Mai and Lương Hương report.
Additional 14 people in the northern province of Phu Tho have been presented with the “Xoan singing artisan” title in recognition of their contributions to preserving and promoting the value of the UNESCO-recognised intangible cultural heritage.
The south central province of Phu Yen held a ceremony on November 23 to receive a certificate of national intangible cultural heritage for the growing-up ceremony of the Ede ethnic minority people.
Bronze casting in Che Dong village in the central province of Thanh Hoa has officially received a certification recognising it as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage, making it the seventh local heritage to receive the title in the country.
Years spent studying abroad and experiencing different cultures and cuisines have helped Nguyễn Khánh Vương Anh realise her love for cooking, and especially Vietnamese food.
Đông Temple – one of the most prestigious historical and cultural relics in the northern province of Hải Dương has sustained serious damage due to the effects of weather and time, despite efforts by local people and authorities to preserve the structure.