Cham curry – specialty of Cham people in An Giang

An Giang is the land of native Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer and Cham people living peacefully together for hundreds of years. The local Cham community mainly follows Muslim, creating ... Continue Reading →

Preserving and promoting folk values in modern society

A seminar on preserving and promoting folk values in modern society will be held on May 14-15 as an activity of the compilation of a dossier on Vi-Giam folk singing for UNESCO recognition ... Continue Reading →

French artist keen on Vietnamese culture

Sébastien Laval has traveled the length and breadth of Viet Nam for the past 20 years creating a memorable photo collection that illustrates the daily lives of the country’s 54 ethnic ... Continue Reading →

Vietnamese daily life featured in French exhibition

An exhibition of over 100 photos is casting the spotlight on the everyday life of Vietnamese people over the past two centuries in the French southern city of Perpignan. The event, ... Continue Reading →

Light fest to commemorate nation’s great father

A light show will be staged this week, alongside music and calligraphy, at the Lac Long Quan Temple Festival in Binh Da village, Thanh Oai district, west of central Hanoi. Legend ... Continue Reading →

Gia Lai actively preserves gong cultural space

The Central Highland province of Gia Lai is making every effort to preserve and promote the cultural space of its famous gongs, which were recognised by UNESCO as an intangible and ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam promotes culture in Germany

The Vietnamese People Association in Leipzig city, the German state of Sachsen, held a multicultural festival of Vietnamese ethnic groups on February 23. Speaking at the event, Uwe ... Continue Reading →

Committee set up to seek recognition for Chau van

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has assigned the Vietnam Institute of Culture and Arts Studies to host and cooperate with relevant agencies to compile a dossier on Chau ... Continue Reading →

Pottery village on the brink of vanishing

Huong Canh pottery village in northern Vinh Phuc Province, which was locally famous for their products in the previous century, is nearly at the point of disappearing. The village, ... Continue Reading →

Muong ethnic people turn idyllic remote region into tourist hotspot

Ethnic people living in Tu Ne – a rural commune of Tan Lac District in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh, have launched an impassioned project to turn their picturesque ... Continue Reading →