The invaluable cultural heritage of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups is of great importance in ensuring sustainable national development. The country has paid special attention to preserving and promoting cultural treasures.
More efforts are needed to enhance preservation of Vietnam’s national heritage, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at a recent meeting in Hanoi. He urged authorities at all levels to upgrade the legal framework and to define each agency’s responsibilities in supervising and protecting national treasures.
PSNews - With the aim of promoting the values of cultural heritage, the Department of Arts, Photography and Exhibition in collaboration with the Da Nang Municipal Department of Culture and Sports kicked off the exhibition on Vietnamese sacred animals, on August 15, in Da Nang.
PSNews - The five-day exhibition displays 334 works and 39 items which reflect the daily lives, landscapes and culture of the 10 ASEAN member nations including Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia, Singapore, Timor-East, Myanmar, Philippine and Thailand.
A cornerstone of French cuisine and a big part of everyday life, France consumes six billion baguettes each year and now President Emmanuel Macron has announced he feels that the baguette should be placed on UNESCO’s list.
Vietnam boasts a diverse, rich culture of 54 ethnic groups. As Vietnam integrates internationally, preservation of its cultural heritage should be part of its sustainable development strategy.
A project to preserve hat boi (classical drama) and bai choi (a traditional game combining folklore singing and lottery picks) has been approved by the People’s Committee of Binh Dinh central province with a view to attracting tourists and preserving traditional theatre by 2020.