Vietnam claims three golds at International Circus Festival 2022

The International Circus Festival 2022 awarded three gold, eight silver, and three bronze medals, as well as certificates of merit to participating troupes, at the closing ceremony held in Hanoi on December 7.

Thang Long Imperial Citadel heritage promoted in France

A space introducing archaeological artefacts unearthed at Thang Long Imperial Citadel, in Hanoi was opened at Saint-Ayoul Monastery, in the ancient city of Provins, Ile-de-France region of France.

Phu Yen: Art exchange marks Vietnam – India diplomatic ties

An art exchange entitled ‘India – Phu Yen Meet’ was held in Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province, on December 6 to mark the 50th anniversary of Vietnam – India diplomatic ties (1972-2022).

Programme aims to bring 'bai choi' closer to young generation in Da Nang

A group of students from the Da Nang FPT Polytechnic College have recently carried out a graduation project entitled ‘Bringing you back from the dream’, aiming to introduce their great passion for ‘bai choi’ and spread the cultural values of the folk art ​​to young people.

Year of Cat stamp collection released ahead of Lunar New Year

A collection of stamps featuring numerous images of Vietnamese cats were released on December 1 by the Ministry of Information and Communications in celebration of the upcoming Tet festival, known locally as the Lunar New Year.

Event held to celebrate feminist poet Ho Xuan Huong

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc attended a ceremony held on December 3 in the central province of Nghe An to honour the celebrated female poet Ho Xuan Huong (1822-1822), whose works called for equality for women.

Delicacies of Vietnam’s regions spotlighted at ethnic village outside Hanoi

In December, visitors to the Vietnam ethnic culture and tourism village on the outskirts of Hanoi will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of delicacies from throughout the country.

Hung Yen interested in supporting the development of craft villages

Hung Yen province has many traditional craft villages, including hundred-year-old craft villages with products favoured by domestic and foreign customers, contributing to restructuring the local economy and improving living standards of households working in craft villages.

UNESCO recognises two Vietnamese heritage properties as Documentary Heritage of the Asia-Pacific region

(TITC) - These are Ma Nhai (Inscriptions) on the Marble Mountains, Da Nang City, and Sino-Nom Documents in Truong Luu Village, Ha Tinh Province (1689-1943).

Display of publications and books on Hoi An - Quang Nam cultural heritages

A display of publications and books on Hoi An - Quang Nam cultural heritages is taking place at Thanh Hoa Library in Hoi An city (Quang Nam province).