VOV.VN - When night falls, the ancient town of Hoi An, a World Cultural Heritage Site, glows with the light of thousands of lanterns.
VOV.VN - “Nha to” folk singing, also called “Cua dinh” folk singing, in Quang Ninh province has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage.
Various activities will be held across the northern province of Bac Ninh from February 13 to 28 in a festival marking 10 years since the Quan ho Bac Ninh folk songs became part of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
VOV.VN - Thirty-eight contestants of Miss Vietnam 2018’s northern region attended an exchange with People’s Artist Hong Luu and the Nghe An Folk Song Troupe to learn more about Vietnamese Vi dam folk singing on July 17.
Bai choi performance (or says, folk singing performance in the Central Region), an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, has been regularly held on weekends in Nha Trang city, the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa.
As soon as the folklore art form of Xoan singing was added to the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity, the northern midland province of Phu Tho has made the folk art performances a tourism product. The move has so far proved effective.
A project to preserve “dien xuong” (singing and talking), a folk singing genre which originated in Vietnam’s southern region, will be launched this week in Ho Chi Minh City.
VOV.VN - UNESCO’s recognition of Bai choi singing as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity last December brought great pride and joy to people in the central coastal province of Phu Yen, one of Bai choi’s birthplaces.
The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is hosting a series of cultural activities to mark its 20 years of operation.
VOV.VN - The H’re love singing. They sing anywhere and anytime: at work, in leisure time, and at festivals. They have developed unique and diverse singing genres, typically Kaleu and Kachoi.
VOV.VN - H’re ethnic people have long been living in the southern part of the Truong Son Mountain Range.
Various traditional customs of the Vietnamese Lunar New Year will be featured on January 22 at So Village’s communal house on the western outskirts of Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s Quan Ho folk singing was recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of mankind in 2009.
VOV.VN - Tom call-and-response singing is the most popular folk singing genre of the Kho Mu.
A programme with the theme of “Hanoi – the cradle of cultural heritage” has been held in Paris in an effort to introduce Hanoi’s and Vietnam’s cultural essence as well as recent tourism policies.
(VOV) - The San Chi’s folk songs nurture their spirits from the time they are were born until they die. Despite social change and influence from other cultures, San Chi folk singing has been preserved and spread throughout the community.
Vietnam’s Nghe Tinh Vi-Giam folk singing, part of the Humanity’s Intangible Heritage, has left a striking impression on the audience at the Asian Festival 2015 recently held in Australia’s Adelaide city.
(VOV) - “Cua dinh” folk singing also called “nha to” folk singing in Quang Ninh province has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. The genre is one aspect of the Vietnamese people’s unique culture.
(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.
(VOV) - Cua Dinh folk singing is a genre of ceremonial singing which is the original form of Ca Tru folk singing.