Thua Thien-Hue province needs to create an overall management plan for the Hue imperial relic complex that is in line with the local planning, ensuring harmony between development and preservation, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
(VOV) - A famtrip delegation comprised of 30 international travel agencies conducted a fact-finding tour of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on September 20.
Since Hue imperial relic complex was the first to be recognised by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site two decades ago, the number of Vietnam’s recognised heritage items has been increased.
(VOV) -A photographic exhibition opened in the former imperial city of Hue on September 2, featuring its relic sites of the past and present.
(VOV) - Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (Vietinbank) will provide VND300 million for restoration of the set of Bien chung (brass bells), an instrument of the Hue Royal Court Music band.
Traditional Vietnamese music has been introduced to 27 students at Taiwan University of Arts by Pham Thi Hue.
(VOV) - UNESCO will cooperate and support Thua Thien Hue province in preserving historical relics, coping with climate change, and sharing experience in sustainable development.
As many as 132 works and items in the Complex of Hue Monuments have been restored since it was recognised by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site in 1993.
(VOV) - Three golden tourism weeks will be held in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue from April 21-27, September 2-8 and December 24-30.
Vietnam’s five intangible cultural heritage examples of humankind were performed in Da Lat on January 25.
(VOV) - A programme advertising the national intangible cultural heritage will take place in the Central Highland city of Da Lat from January 22–26.
(VOV) -The central province of Thua Thien-Hue has implemented a key tourism initiative in the hope of attracting 2.5–3 million visitors this year.
Vietnamese and Republic of Korean artisans have completed restorations on a set of musical stones used in the Hue Royal Court.
Monument inscriptions in Han (Chinese characters) and Nom (old Vietnamese script based on Chinese characters) at the royal citadel in Hue will be submitted to UNESCO for recognition under World Document Heritage criteria.
Nearly 50 international organisations have joined hands to promote and preserve the cultural heritage in the central city of Hue, after UNESCO called for their support.