(VOV) -Application of atomic energy in socio-economic development is the major topic for discussion at a national conference in the central city of Danang from October 23-24.
(VOV) - The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in conjunction with Panasonic Vietnam Co, Ltd kicked off a photo exhibition featuring world heritage sites in Hanoi on October 18.
The city of Hanoi, which has a history of preserving and promoting the value of the ancient northern Vietnamese traditional Ca Tru singing, has pledged to increase its efforts by calling for more public participation in the city’s Ca Tru clubs.
The Museum of central Binh Dinh province has announced the discovery of more than 600 precious items during a recent archaeological excavation of Champa ruins at Rung Cam (Forbidden Forest) site at Thu Thien Thuong village, Binh Nghi commune, Tay Son district.
(VOV) - Vietnam hopes to cooperate with Japanese businesses to improve the quality of the processing industry and agricultural products for exports.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung inspected the progress made on the National Assembly (NA) House project in Hanoi on October 3, which is scheduled to host the eight session of the 13 th NA later this month.
(VOV) - Can Tho wants to strengthen agricultural cooperation with New Zealand, said Chairman of the city People’s Committee Le Hung Dung at a reception for Ambassador Haike Manning on October 3.
(VOV) - Maurizio Anastasi, head of the technical office of the Cultural Heritage Superintendency of the city of Rome and a visiting delegation of Hanoi city leaders in Italy recently discussed cooperation in the restoration and preservation of ancient relics.
Mu Cang Chai district’s Culture and Tourism Week was launched on September 25 in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, attracting a large number of local residents and tourists.
Vietnam has witnessed a resurgence in its cassava exports since August 2014, but its cassava industry continues to face development challenges, experts said.
Nine national relic sites in Hanoi are being featured in a photograph exhibition that opened at the Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) on September 24.
(VOV) -Since its UNESCO recognition as a World Cultural Heritage site in 1993, the former imperial city of Hue has received nearly US$8 million from foreign governments and organisations to preserve its relics.
(VOV) - Dominique Foulon, a reporter of “Carnets du Vietnam”, has presented Hoi An City with two precious photos of Cau Pagoda – a symbol of the UNESCO-recognised world cultural heritage site.
(VOV) -Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a project on preserving, developing and managing heritage sites and a geographical park network in Vietnam.
Bai choi singing in the central provinces of Binh Dinh, Phu Yen and Quang Nam was listed as a national intangible cultural heritage in late August, a move expected to facilitate the application for recognition of the folk singing as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage in 2016.