VOV.VN - Vietnam’s Nam Dinh province is the birthplace of a type of ritual singing called Chau Van, which plays a role in worshiping the Mother Goddesses. The province is trying hard to preserve the folk art.
Spouses of leaders of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), who are in Hanoi for the sixth GMS Summit (GMS-6), visited the Vietnamese Women’s Museum in downtown Hanoi on March 31 to learn about the life and cultural heritage of Vietnamese women throughout history.
A seminar was held in Moscow, Russia, on December 5 to introduce the Vietnamese worship of Mother Goddesses of the Three Realms.
An exhibition on the Vietnamese worship of Mother Goddesses of the Three Realms opened in the Republic of Korea on May 20, as part of activities in celebration of the 25-year diplomatic ties of the two countries.
A ceremony receiving UNESCO certificate of recognition for "Practices Related to the Viet Beliefs in the Mother Goddesses in Three Realms" as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity was held on April 1 at the Phu Giay worshipping complex in the northern province of Nam Dinh.
A festival honouring Mother Goddesses, which has been recognised as National Intangible Cultural Heritage, will take place at three temples in the northern city of Tuyen Quang on March 8-13, municipal authorities told a press conference in Hanoi on March 1.
VOV.VN- Vietnam’s cultural identity is partly reflected in the cultural heritages recognized by UNESCO. Along with economic integration, Vietnam’s culture is being spread globally through these heritages.
VOV.VN - Chau Van and Hau Dong performances, important rituals to worship Mother Goddesses, transpired on February 26 at the Phu Day relic site in Vu Ban District in Nam Dinh Province.
Hoang Van Thai from Kim Thai commune in the northern province of Nam Dinh said he has sold farming tools at Vieng Market for 10 years.
(VOV) - A collection of ritual outfits used in Vietnamese Mother Goddesses worship and Chau Van (ritual singing) performances will go on display in Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands in September.
A collection of ritual outfits used in Vietnam's Mother Goddesses worship will be displayed in Europe next month.
(VOV) -Hundreds of amateur artists participated in the second annual Chau Van Singing Festival, organised by the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Association in the northern province of Bac Giang on April 19.
A spiritual and cultural space has opened at the Vietnamese Women's Museum to help people understand more about Mother Goddesses worship, a Vietnamese folk belief with a long history which has adapted to social changes.