Golden antiques of the Cham people
The golden artifacts of the early people of the ancient kingdom of Champa not only impress with their abundance but also showcase a remarkable diversity in forms. These artistic masterpieces carry significant aesthetic value, exemplifying the advanced craftsmanship and metallurgical skills achieved by the Champa across different historical periods. Several of these ancient artifacts have earned their national treasure status.
Bac Ninh works to promote the value of Quan Ho folk singing
Since UNESCO’s recognition of Quan Ho folk singing as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2009, Bac Ninh Province has effectively implemented many programmes and activities to preserve and…
Cultural week "Flavours of Ha Noi" at Noi Bai airport
Passengers flying through Noi Bai International Airport can enjoy the traditional cultural values of Vietnam through folk music performances such as Cheo singing, Xam singing or traditional folk songs, folk…
Tam Giang - Cau Hai Lagoon system: Thinking of a museum (Thua Thien Hue)
Tam Giang - Cau Hai lagoon system is a world-class brackish water area. It is the largest in Southeast Asia, with special value in biological resources and countless gripping things in history and culture.... This area is seen as a "precious biological gem" that nature has bestowed on the ancient capital. With what existent, is it necessary to build an exhibition space or a museum…
Lai Chau province uses culture to develop tourism
20 ethnic minority groups live in Lai Chau province. In the 3 years since the province passed a resolution to preserve and promote the traditional culture of ethnic groups to boost tourism from 2021-2025, with a vision to 2030, local villages have restored many traditional costumes and festivals, which have popularized Lai Chau province as a tourist attraction.
Three heritages in Phu Tho recorgnized as national intangible cultural heritage
Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Nguyen Van Hung has signed a Decision declaring the National Intangible Cultural Heritage List for 36 intangible cultural heritages around the country. Phu Tho has three heritages.
Real scene performance in thousand-year-old communal house
For the first time, there will be a real scene performance on the Red River - Chem communal house.
New rice celebration of the Co Tu in Quang Nam
The new rice celebration is one of the most important rituals of the Co Tu ethnic minority to show their gratitude to heaven and earth for giving them good weather and bumper crops. The ritual is organized every year following the harvest.
Stilt houses: The soul of Tay ethnic people in Bac Kan
Located in the core area of Kim Hy Nature Reserve, Kim Hy Commune, Na Ri District, is one of the few localities in Bac Kan Province in which ancient stilt houses of the Tay people have been well preserved.
Quang Ninh: Van Don ancient port and Tra Co Communal House recognized as Special National Heritage Sites
On October 24, the Prime Minister issued a decision accrediting the special national status of the historical and cultural complex of the Van Don port in Van Don district and the architectural and artistic relic of the Tra Co communal house in Mong Cai City, Quang Ninh province.
Lively cultural tourism week in Van Phuc Craft Village
These days, Van Phuc Craft Village is a hive of activity in preparation for the upcoming cultural tourism and trade week to be held here.
Ha Noi’s playground design based on traditional culture
Six-year-old Tran Tuan Long was overjoyed as he played with the new imaginative toys set up in Giam Garden inside the Temple of Literature. The giant wooden horse he climbed on had giant eyes made of old tires, while the horse's mane was shaped into a slide, its legs were connected with climbing materials, and the tail was also a swing.
The first digital museum in Vietnam to welcome guests from October 20th in Hue
Vietnam's first digital art exhibition and experience space, named "Sống Lab", designed to resemble a museum, is set to open its doors to the public on October 20th.
Ha Noi exhibition promotes architectural value of Duong Lam Ancient Village
An installation exhibition has opened to visitors and art lovers in the famous ancient Duong Lam Ancient Village, Son Tay Town, on the outskirts of Ha Noi.  
First Mui Ne Museum of antiques debuts in Binh Thuan
“First Mui Ne Museum of Antiques” is a non-state museum owned by Mr. Nguyen Ngoc An (Mui Ne ward, Phan Thiet City). This first-of-its-kind museum has been recently granted an operation license by the Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee. This private museum upholds and displays a variety of historical memories and the country’s cultural and historical fineness.  
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