Located in Ba Vi district, Hanoi, the Vietnam Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism is a venue for visitors, especially youngsters to get an insight into traditional values of 54 local ethnic groups.
Vietnamese culture has dazzled thousands of visitors at the International Friendly Cultures Fair (FICA) which is taking place in Mexico City from May 31 to June 16.
The 2018 Hanoi Food Culture Festival, the first of its kind, kicked off in Hanoi on October 11 with an aim of introducing over 20 of Hanoi’s well-known cuisines to locals and tourists alike.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on September 21 directed the building of a modern culture imbued with national identities, thus creating a driving force for socio-economic development.
A cultural gala will be held on the evening of September 12 as part of activities within the framework of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN (WEF ASEAN) themed “ASEAN 4.0: Entrepreneurship and the Fourth Industrial Revolution” which is taking place in Hanoi from September 11-13.
A ‘Vietnam Festival in Aichi 2018 – Ho Chi Minh City Integration and Development’ program has been held in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, attracting thousands of participants and particularly highlighting the twinned relations between HCM City and Aichi Prefecture, and between the two countries.
In recent times, many projects for studying, promoting, and reproducing the nation’s history and traditional culture have been implemented by numerous young people, showing the younger generations’ pride for the country’s past.
The Culture-Tourism Village of Vietnamese Ethnic Groups in Son Tay town on the outskirt of Hanoi will introduce the traditional New Year festivals of ethnic minority groups in mountainous regions through a range of events throughout January.
A multi-media exhibition exploring the relationship between traditional crafts and contemporary design will open to the public on April 13 in Hanoi.
PSNews - Thousands visitors have come to the Con Temple Festival (Hoang Mai town, Nghe An) on February 16th to join the opening ceremony and to witness a ceremony to honor the Con Temple Festival as a national intangible cultural heritage.
The fourth Latin American Film Week will take place in Hanoi from October 24-29 at the National Cinema Centre.