The 23rd festival of “don ca tai tu”, the musical art recognised by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage, took place in the southern province of Long An on February 12-13.
Endowed with the charming natural scenery, Thoi Son isle in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang now becomes an ecotourism site.
Activities and information related to “Don Ca Tai Tu”, the musical art that UNESCO recognised as an intangible cultural heritage in 2013, will be available at http://doncataitu.vn launched in the southern province of Binh Duong on December 22.
A set of stamps featuring 'don ca tai tu', a genre of amateur folk music from southern Vietnam recognised by UNESCO as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humankind, was recently issued by the Ministry of Information and Communications.
Phu An is a remote village in Trung Nghia Commune, Vung Liem District, Vinh Long Province in the Mekong Delta.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is home to 54 ethnic groups, each with its own customs and traditions. Those groups have created a variety of traditional musical instruments, which have played an important role in Vietnamese people’s lives.
VOV.VN - Can Tho, renowned for its friendly people, interesting floating markets, beautiful Buddhist pagodas, as well as delicious cuisine will once again hold its annual ‘Sac xuan miet vuon’ (Colours of a Spring Garden) festival to usher in the new year.
(VOV) - In western Vietnam the landscapes are vast and beautiful and there are a great variety of fascinating adventures to enjoy.
(VOV) - Don ca tai tu – southern folk music - was recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2013. Since then, Ho Chi Minh City has been organizing activities to preserve and promote this art form.
The 2015 Southern Don Ca Tai Tu (traditional musical art form of the south) Festival, competing for Golden Lotus Awards, opened at a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on July 11.
(VOV) - Since ancient times, Don ca tai tu or Amateur singing in southern Vietnam has been rooted in the cultural and spiritual life of the southern people.
2014 was an unforgettable year for Don Ca Tai Tu Nam Bo as it was officially recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The Nghe Tinh Vi-Giam folk singing of Vietnam is amongst 46 nominations for UNESCO’s recognition as the world intangible cultural heritages of humanity at the UN body’s upcoming session.
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.
A conference promoting investment and tourism development cooperation was held in the southern province of Bac Lieu on April 26, attracting over 400 participants from many provinces and travel agencies throughout the country.
The first national festival of “Don ca tai tu”, the musical art that UNESCO has recognised as intangible cultural heritage, officially opened in the southern province of Bac Lieu on April 24 with the participations of artists from 21 provinces and cities in the region.
(VOV) - Six foreign art troupes will join an ensemble of over 1,000 Vietnamese for a spectacular opening performance kicking off the 2014 Hue Festival on April 12.
The Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu will host a national festival featuring the UNESCO-recognised performing art of Don ca tai tu from April 20 to 25.
As many as 26 world-famous book producers, including Cambridge and Oxford, are expected to join local publishing houses in Ho Chi Minh City’s eighth biennial book festival on March 24-30.