The magnificent scenery and breathtaking beauty of Khau Pha mountain pass or Mo fall and the delightful flavour of Can wine in the mountainous district of Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai northern province may make it one of the most exquisite sites in the nation.
(VOV) - Wealthy people of the Raglai group possess Ma La flat gongs, but poor Raglai people have the Chapi, a simple musical instrument that imitates the sound of the Ma La.
The Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort, one of the most popular destinations in central Danang city, on July 27 welcomed its one millionth tourist in 2015.
Vietnamese art, fashion and music will be introduced at Vietnamese Cultural Days in Washington DC and New York City from August 8 to 12 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries.
Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) was at 10-year low in July, gaining only 0.68% from the end of 2014, the General Statistics Office (GSO) revealed on July 24.
Vietnam’s Cinematography Department and the Italian Embassy in the country jointly held a workshop in Hanoi on July 22 to share experience in using film festivals to develop the film industry and promote cinematic achievements.
Vietnam is actively preparing for the inception of the ASEAN Community slated for the year’s end and maximising its opportunities for more effective cooperation.
Though she lives far from her homeland, Nguyen Thi Thu Hong can still delve into nostalgia with folk songs she has enjoyed since childhood.
(VOV) - The Raglai have many kinds of musical instrument - Ma La flat gongs, the Sarakel wind instrument, and the Chapi. In the Raglai’s cultural life musical instruments are treasured possessions and close friends.
Vietnam’s Deputy Foreign Minister Le Hoai Trung and his Lao counterpart Alounkeo Kittikhoun co-chaired the two ministries’ first deputy ministerial political consultation in Hanoi on July 20.
(VOV) - Raglai people believe that there is a world for the living and another for the dead and only the world of the deceased is eternal.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested ministries, sectors and localities speed up the implementation of decrees and resolutions of the Party, National Assembly and Government on crime prevention in order to ensure social order and safety.
The northern port city of Hai Phong plans to focus on promoting the tourism potential of the Cat Ba archipelago, which is renowned for its diversity of tourism products.
Nominations for the Golden Lotus Bud Awards 2015 have been announced for two categories, short films and documentaries.
A group of folk musicians from Bahnar and Jrai ethnic groups from Gia Lai province in the Central Highlands will perform at festivals in Finland from now to July 9.