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Rituals held to commemorate nation’s legendary founder

Rituals held to commemorate nation’s legendary founder

VOV.VN - Traditional rituals were held at the Hung Kings Temple historical relic site in the northern province of Phu Tho on April 12 to commemorate the death anniversary of the nation’s legendary founder Lac Long Quan and pay tribute to ​mother Au Co.

Phu Tho preserves Hung King worship rituals

Phu Tho preserves Hung King worship rituals

The northern mountainous province of Phu Tho aims to work closely with relevant ministries and sectors to accelerate the national programme on preserving and promoting the Hung Kings’ worship-related culture, according to the Provincial People’s Committee Vice Chairman Ha Ke San.

Vietnam’s 2015 top 10 outstanding youths to be announced

Vietnam’s 2015 top 10 outstanding youths to be announced

The top 10 2015 Outstanding Vietnamese Youth awards will be unveiled at a ceremony celebrating the 85th anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCMCYU) on March 21, according to the youth union’s central committee.

Betel, areca culture of Vietnam’s southern region

Betel, areca culture of Vietnam’s southern region

VOV.VN - In Vietnam, the custom of chewing betel and areca nuts dates back to the reign of the Hung Kings and has spread nationwide. In the southern region, the custom has its own character, reflecting local life and culture.

Ensuring security for spring festivals

Ensuring security for spring festivals

VOV.VN - Spring festivals are being held throughout Vietnam and localities are taking all necessary precautions to ensure security and order.

Xoan singing revived after UNESCO recognition

Xoan singing revived after UNESCO recognition

“Hat Xoan” (Xoan singing), a celebrated art form in Vietnam’s northern province of Phu Tho, has been revived after its recognition as an intangible cultural heritage in need of urgent safeguarding by UNESCO.

Phu Tho active in preserving Hung King worship rituals

Phu Tho active in preserving Hung King worship rituals

The northern mountainous province of Phu Tho aims to mobilise resources for conserving and promoting the Hung Kings’ worship-related culture, documents and facilities, according to Provincial People’s Committee Vice Chairman Ha Ke San.

Over US$202 mln for conserving Hung Kings Temple complex

Over US$202 mln for conserving Hung Kings Temple complex

Authorities of the northern province of Phu Tho have earmarked VND4.5 trillion (US$202.5 million) for upgrading and embellishing the Hung Kings Temple complex, aiming to turn the special national historical site into an attractive tourism destination.

Phu Tho keen to preserve Hung Kings worship ritual

Phu Tho keen to preserve Hung Kings worship ritual

The northern mountainous province of Phu Tho is implementing measures to conserve and promote the Hung Kings worship ritual, according to Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Ha Ke San.

20-millennium-old prehistoric sites found in Lao Cai

20-millennium-old prehistoric sites found in Lao Cai

Archaeologists have discovered prehistoric sites dating back 20,000 years in Bao Thang district of the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, said Associate Professor Dr. Trinh Nang Chung from the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology on August 20.

Young expatriates commemorate Vietnam’s legendary founder

More than 160 young Vietnamese expatriates taking part in the 2015 Vietnam Summer Camp paid tribute to the Hung Kings, the legendary founders of the first nation in Vietnam’s history, in northern PhuTho province on July 15.

Suoi Tien amusement park

Suoi Tien amusement park

(VOV) - Located on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh city Suoi Tien Amusement Park is an ideal destination for the weekend.

91 die in traffic accidents over 4-day vacation in Vietnam

91 die in traffic accidents over 4-day vacation in Vietnam

About 163 traffic accidents occurred nationwide over the past four days, from April 28 to May 1, killing 91 people, injuring 109 others, and leaving three more missing, the National Traffic Safety Committee reported on May 1.