VOV.VN - In the previous edition of Village Life, we introduced you to Da Sy village, one of the most famous blacksmith craft villages in the northern delta region.
The latest show by theatre director Viet Tu, performed on a 1.5 hectare lake, has broken new ground in more ways than one.
The Bac Giang provincial People’s Committee received a certificate recognising Bo Da Pagoda, an ancient Buddhist temple in Tien Son commune of Viet Yen district, as a special national relic site on March 12.
VOV.VN - Mother Goddess worship, or Dao Mau”, is very popular belief in an agriculture-based country like Vietnam, where farmers strongly depend on nature.
VOV.VN-Vietnamese people in the Red River Delta believe in going to the market to pray for luck.
Art and culture under the Ly Dynasty in Vietnam was the main focus of a workshop in the northern province of Bac Ninh on February 9, which brought together a crowd of domestic and foreign scientists.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has given the green light to the northern province of Bac Giang in planning the preservation of Vinh Nghiem Pagoda in Yen Dung district, a special national historical and architectural relic.
An incense offering ceremony to commemorate late Vietnamese Kings was held at the Kinh Thien Palace in the Thang Long Royal Citadel on February 16 or the ninth day of the first lunar month.
(VOV) - Vietnam became a member of the ASEAN Community on December 31st, 2015. This creates a chance for Vietnam to further promote cultural integration and its cultural identity.
A photo exhibition on China’s illegal construction of artificial islands in the East Sea was opened at the Kyung Hee University, a renowned school in Seoul of the Republic of Korea (RoK), on November 29.
A permanent exhibition of artefacts from the Thang Long-Hanoi Imperial Citadel opens on September 28 at the Museum of Ho Chi Minh City.
A series of traces revealing the most sufficient evidence of cultural layers dating from the 11th century to 20th century have been detected in the Kinh Thien Palace of the Thang Long Imperial Citadel’s central section.
A book tracking the costumes worn by Vietnamese people from all levels of society throughout the last 1,000 years was launched in Hanoi recently.
The 35m long ceramic dragons, which were registered for the Vietnam Book of Records, were moved and set up on West Lake, Hanoi, on January 3 to celebrate the Lunar New Year Festival.