The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has announced the recognition of an additional eight pieces of national intangible cultural heritage, bringing the total number to 48.
(VOV) - The northern mountainous province of Ha Giang will host a Cultural Heritage Tourism Week of the Ethnic Minority Groups from November 19-23.
A youth street arts festival on September 28 is expected to attract hundreds of young people, featuring three types of street entertainment – skating, freestyle football and hip-hop dancing.
(VOV) -The beauty of Hanoi’s land and people will be spotlighted at a photographic exhibition themed “Tu do” (Freedom).
(VOV) -Two American dancers from the “So you think you can dance” programme are due to be in Vietnam on September 17.
(VOV) - A large number of Vietnamese and Japanese students, businesses and people participated in the Vietnam-Japan Cultural Day in Ho Chi Minh City on September 15.
(VOV) - The second Korean Film Festival is currently underway at Hanoi’s MegaStar-Vincom Towers from September 6–11.
(VOV) - An art performance was held in the central province of Quang Nam on August 25 to close the three-day Hoi An-Japan cultural exchange.
The H’Mong ethnic group’s pan-pipe festival will take place in Dong Van Karst Plateau in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang this month.
(VOV) - Cuba’s famous dancer Allfredo Torres Jureidini will be the last fourth judge invited to “Got to Dance 2013” in Vietnam.
(VOV) -DiscoRobo, a new-generation hi-tech toy made in Vietnam, will be sold on the domestic market at a cost of VND499,000/unit as of August 25.
Pham Thi Hoa, 71, has been honoured by UNESCO associations for her dedication to restoring and preserving folk culture in Ca Temple, located in Pho Chau town in the central province of Ha Tinh.
More than 1,700 professional and amateur hip hop dancers nationwide will compete at the third National Entertainment Dancing Championships (Floor Killer) in Hanoi on July 13-14.
(VOV) - The capital city of Vietnam is considered to be a live music lover’s paradise, and the most difficult thing is deciding which gig to go to. Let’s discover this live music world from the perspective of a foreigner.
(VOV) - The month-long Vietnam food festival opened in Bangkok, Thailand on June 5.