Carved woodblocks bearing the Sutras of Zen Buddhism at Bo Da Pagoda in Viet Yen district, the northern province of Bac Giang were named national treasures at a ceremony held in the locality on March 31.
An exhibition is underway in Hanoi, displaying over 50 photos, documents and items reflecting the old Vietnamese education and examinations.
Woodblocks from the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945), which have been recognised as World Documentary Heritage by UNESCO, will be on display at Temple of Literature in Hanoi from August 26.
More than 100 woodblocks and official documents under the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945) demonstrating Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos are being exhibited in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
Phuc Giang School woodblocks, a UNESCO Documentary Heritage by Memory of the World Committee for Asia and the Pacific, are on show at an exhibition in Hanoi that opened on May 23.
Heritage items recognized by UNESCO will be highlighted at the biennial Hue Festival of which the next edition is set to take place from April 24- May 2, 2018, according to tentative programming announced by the local government.
VOV.VN - If Hanoi is famous for Hang Trong folk paintings and the northern delta has Dong Ho paintings, the central province of Thua Thien Hue boasts paintings of Sinh village.
A ceremony was held in the central province of Ha Tinh on September 25 to receive a certificate recognising the Woodblocks of Phuc Giang School as a documentary heritage by UNESCO’s Memory of the World Committee for Asia and the Pacific (MOWCAP).
An exhibition on the country’s names and capitals through historical periods was opened at the Hue Citadel in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on September 1 on the occasion of the 71st National Day (September 2).
Central Ha Tinh province has planned different solutions to preserve and promote the Phuc Giang School’s woodblocks, following their recognition in May as UNESCO World Heritage at the seventh Memory of the World Committee for Asia and Pacific summit.
Orientations to promote the historical, cultural and religious values of the Buddhist woodblocks in Vinh Nghiem and Bo Da pagodas in the northern province of Bac Giang were discussed among experts at a conference held in the locality on May 31.
The central province of Thua Thien – Hue opened an exhibition inside the Hue imperial citadel on May 16 to display a collection of UNESCO world documentary heritages found in Vietnam.
Construction started on an archive and exhibit house for a set of woodblocks, which are a UNESCO-recognised world documentary heritage, at Vinh Nghiem pagoda in northern Bac Giang province on April 25.
An exhibition of unique works by veteran artist Tran Nguyen Dan opened at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Art on March 22.
(VOV) -A ceremony was held in northern Bac Giang province on March 12 to recognize the annual festival of the Vinh Nghiem Pagoda as a national intangible cultural heritage.
(VOV) -An exhibition entitled “Nguyen Dynasty Woodblocks: International Legacies” opened in Lam Dong Province’s Da Lat City on December 27.
Intellectuals congregated at a scientific workshop held in the northern province of Bac Giang on August 16 to explore measures needed to revive and develop a collection of woodblocks at the provincial Vinh Nghiem pagoda.
(VOV) - Significant achievements of the culture, sports and tourism sector have contributed to ensuring national stability and promoting the Vietnamese images to international friends.