Preserving biodiversity in Vietnam was the main topic of discussion at a workshop on May 5 in Hanoi.
The central province of Thua Thien Hue sees tourism as an important tool to preserve and develop handicraft villages in its villages’ development plan to 2020 with a vision to 2030.
French and Vietnamese experts met recently in Can Tho to discuss how to better preserve the cultural heritage of Vietnam, particularly in the central province of Thua Thien– Hue.
VOV.VN - The O Du are one of the five smallest ethnic minorities in Vietnam. Most of the 400 surviving O Du live in Vang Mon hamlet, Tuong Duong district, Nghe An province.
Authorities in the ancient town of Hoi An have yet to find a solution for the preservation of an iconic 400-year-old bridge though its state of repair has been worsening for at least 16 years.
With enthusiasm and love, a man in his eighties has devoted himself to preserving the rich traditional character of Hre ethnic people in the central province of Quang Ngai.
Nearly 50 international organisations have joined hands to promote and preserve the cultural heritage in the central city of Hue, after UNESCO called for their support.
The 13th World Conference of the League of Historical Cities (LHC) is being held in the central city of Hue from April 16-18.
Having happily married with a little daughter in Dong Van Town, 500km north of Hanoi, Trang Thi Lan, 30, desperate longing to see her people.
An urban village was set up for some 300 Vietnamese families in the Ukrainian city of Kharkov to preserve their national cultural identity.
A seminar on youth’s contribution to preserving and upholding their nation’s cultural values was co-organised by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and the Hanoi municipal Youth Union on October 8 in Hanoi during the ASEAN+3 Youth Festival.
More than 300 representatives of ‘cultural families’ from across the country will attend Vietnam’s second Family Festival to be held in Hanoi from June 25-29 in an effort to preserve and build on family cultural values.