VOV.VN - M’nong women in many hamlets in Dak Ndrung commune, Dak Nong province, are engaged in weaving brocade fabric. Their colorful products show off their dexterity and diligence and contribute to preserving M’nong tradition and culture.
VOV.VN - Whilst visiting Sa Pa I came to learn that there are several tribes with their own ancient traditions. The Black Hmong Tribe has various traditions, typically a buffalo horn.
VOV.VN - The Arieu Ping, which means exhumation, is the biggest celebration of the Pa Ko to show respect and piety of the living people for the deceased.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism always considers the management, preservation and promotion of traditional culture of ethnic minority groups one of urgent, strategic and long-term tasks, Minister Nguyen Ngoc Thien said at the Q&A session on June 14.
VOV.VN- Van Phuc silk village in Hanoi’s outlying Ha Dong district has a time-honored silk weaving craft. Its silk products have inspired poetry, songs, and paintings.
Worshipping ancestors, an ancient Vietnamese tradition, is a ritual practice paying tribute to deceased family members and reminding people of their roots.
Whenever the Lunar New Year (Tet) comes, normally from the 23rd of the last month of the lunar year to the New Year eve, Vietnamese families visit their ancestors’ tombs and clean gravesites.
VOV.VN - A large number of scholars and experts gathered at a seminar in Bac Son district, Lang Son province on November 23 to discuss measures to preserve and promote the national intangible cultural heritage – Na Nhem festival.
VOV.VN - Ta Thi Ngoc Thanh, former Director of SOS Children’s Village is known for her devotion to social work and her great love for disadvantaged children.
VOV.VN -Although Halloween is a Western tradition, it has gained in popularity in Vietnam because it is a fun holiday.
VOV.VN - Hai Duong province in the Red River Delta is considered to be the cradle of the Vietnamese culture. The province embraces an age-old culture and history.
VOV.VN -Apart from the annual Lunar New Year Tet Festival, the Vietnamese people also celebrate several other smaller Tets throughout the year.
Passing down through generations and continued with equal enthusiasm today, “Xong dat” (first footing), a Tet tradition in Vietnam, has always been associated with hopes for a fruitful year ahead.
Ancestor worship, an ancient Vietnamese tradition, is a ritual practice paying tribute to deceased family members and reminding people of their roots.
The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City on February 4 announced that it will organise fireworks to welcome the Lunar New Year (Tet).
The Western tradition has become more popular in Vietnam in recent years.
Gong performances are popular at spring festivals in the Central Highlands and become part of their lives. In recent years, local gong artists have organized classes to teach gong playing to the younger generation.
Whenever the Lunar New Year (Tet) comes, normally from the 23rd of the lunar December to the New Year eve, Vietnamese families visit their ancestors’ tombs and clean gravesites.
(VOV) -A great tea ceremony was held on December 24 at Lam Vien square in Da Lat city within the framework of Lam Dong Tea Culture Week 2014.
(VOV) -Vietnamese nationals in Germany should uphold their solidarity tradition and provide support for each other in everyday life, said Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.