Vietnam recognizes eight more national intangible cultural heritages

As of September 2018, Vietnam has recognized 257 national intangible cultural heritages.

First national intangible cultural heritage festival to be held

The first national intangible cultural heritage festival will take place simultaneously with the Tuyen Quang City Festival in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang from September 20-23.

Sa Pa autumn festival kicks off in Lao Cai

The 2018 Sa Pa Autumn Festival opened in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai on September 1 with a wide range of activities.

Original vestige unearthed at the Hải Vân Gate

An excavation on the Hải Vân Gate complex on the 490m above sea level Hải Vân Pass has unveiled a clear layout of the old foundations of citadel walls and a section of the north-south route dating back to 1470.

Bringing the heritage to everyone

Bringing the heritage to everyone is a realistic and effective way to conserve and promote the value of the traditional cultural heritage of Hue.

Thua Thien-Hue revives Co Tu ethnic group’s traditional architecture

The long communal house “Guol”, traditional to the Co Tu ethnic group in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, was inaugurated in Aka village, Thuong Quang commune, Nam Dong district on August 22.

HQ 671 vessel recognised as national treasure

Vietnam’s High Command of Navy has held a ceremony to celebrate the recognition of HQ 671 military transport vessel as a national treasure in the northern port city of Hai Phong.

Ninh Thuan province works to develop cultural tourism

The south central coastal province of Ninh Thuan is calling for investment in infrastructure and restoration and upgrade of cultural historic relic sites in a move to sustainably develop cultural tourism.

UNESCO helps Hanoi uphold cultural heritage values

UNESCO attaches special importance to cooperation with Hanoi, especially in preserving and upholding the values of cultural heritages, said chief representative of UNESCO Office in Vietnam Michael Croft.

H’mong youth club acts to preserve and promote their indigenous culture

In the three years since it began operations, Action for Hmong Development, a group of H’mong ethnic young people, has significantly contributed to preserving and promoting the indigenous culture of their tribe.