VOV.VN - Generations of Vietnamese have believed the Hung Kings to be the founders of the first Vietnamese state, called Van Lang, 4,000 years ago. Worship of the Hung Kings has been an important part of their spiritual life.
VOV.VN - The Hung King culture has had a profound impact on every stage of Vietnamese history, according to researchers.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia organised a get-together on April 12 to commemorate the death anniversary of the Hung Kings, the legendary founders of Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Ten hamlet in Thai Nguyen province used to be extremely poor. The roads leading to the hamlet were tortuous and steep and the locals lived below the poverty line. But now, thanks to the government’s help, it has become an attractive destination to tourists interested in exploring the Mong culture.
The annual pilgrimage festival honouring the Vietnamese people’s ancestors, the Hung Kings, will be held in the northern province of Phu Tho between April 21 and 25.
VOV.VN - A massive fire broke out in Tan Thanh border gate market in Van Lang district, the northern province of Lang Son on July 10.
(VOV) -Xoan singing is a typical cultural product of Phu Tho province, home to the 18 dynasties of Hung Kings, the legendary founders of Van Lang – the first known State of Vietnam.
A photo exhibition presenting Hung King worship rituals and the story of it becoming an intangible heritage of humanity began in northern Phu Tho province on April 23.