In recent years, numerous efforts have been made to integrate folklore culture into many aspects of contemporary life, including music and fashion, contributing to creating unique products which are rich in spiritual value.
The traditional flower market on Hang Luoc Street, Hoan Kiem District, officially opened on January 19 as part of the activities in celebration of Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival in Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
(TITC) - Thua Thien Hue Online on January 12, 2022 reported about the adoptation ceremony for Hue culinary logo (brand identity) for cuisines.
An exhibition highlighting tigers in Vietnam’s ancient art is scheduled to open at the Vietnam National Museum of History on January 18, the museum said on January 12.
The art programme entitled “The Eternal Flow” was held within the framework of the World Expo 2020 Dubai, contributing to bring Vietnamese culture closer to the world, especially amidst the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, over the past two years.
The year 2021 marked the efforts of Khanh Hoa Provincial Association of Cultural Heritage and Spiritual Tourism Preservation with many professional and social activities, which have contributed to the preservation of cultural heritages in the province.
Among the folklore art treasure, Xam singing (ballads sung by wandering blind musicians) is a music form full of humanity and possessing many unique values, both in terms of contents and arts. However, in modern life, Xam singing is facing the risk of extinction, requiring early measures to protect and recover the traditional art form.
(TITC) - According to Thua Thien Hue People’s Committee, Hue Festival 2022 will be held all year round underneath the theme of the four seasons. Cultural and art activities, folk festivals, royal festivals are organized on occasion to meet the needs of visiting, exploring, and enjoying from visitors.
The development of cultural industry has brought high expectations for a fast and sustainable development direction for many countries, including Vietnam.
On December 22, 2021, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued Decision 3404/QD-BVHTTDL on approving the project "Preserving and promoting the values of folk songs, folk dances and folk music of ethnic minorities in association with tourism development in the 2021-2030 period". This is a practical activity to institutionalise the guidelines, policies and laws of the Party and State on ethnic affairs aiming to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of ethnic groups in the community.