VOV.VN - The musical instruments of Vietnam’s ethnic minority groups are on the verge of disappearing. Most of the artisans who make them are old. But some of them are working hard to teach younger generations to make and play the instruments.
Like many other craft villages around the country, a village making kitchen god statues in Thua Thien-Hue province struggles to survive in the market economy. But one family has set aside economic rules to preserve the craft.
A female artisan of the M’nong people in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong has devoted herself to keep alive traditional music and literature for younger generations.
(VOV) - Party leader Nguyen Phu Trong and Chinese General Secretary and President Xi Jinping expressed their wish the younger generations of the two countries will spare no efforts to promote the traditional friendship between the two nations.
(VOV) -Many Vietnamese brides in Taiwan have become teachers of native language after engaging in a programme entitled “Ngọn đuốc tân di dân” (New Immigrant Torch).
Thai billionaire Vikrom Kromadit has unveiled his second book, titled “Nghiet Nga va Thanh Cong” (Be A Better Man), in Vietnamese.
As usual, the pavement around Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (the Temple of Literature) in Hanoi, known as Vietnam’s first university, is where calligraphers gather to display their works about one week before Lunar New Year’s Eve.