Tra Vinh asks for moon worshipping festival recognition

The southern province of Tra Vinh has submitted a document to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism asking for it to recognise the Ok Om Bok Festival, a moon worshipping ritual ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam Culture Days in Russia 2014 – Opportunity to promote culture

Vietnam Culture Days in Russia 2014 will be held in late June. Here is an opportunity for Viet Nam to promote and introduce traditional culture to Russian friends. The cultural relation ... Continue Reading →

Thousands flock to sea worshipping festival in Tra Vinh

More than 20,000 visitors have joined local fishermen in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh in the annual My Long sea worshipping festival, which has just been recognised as part ... Continue Reading →

Southern fruit festival set for sweet success

Nearly 40 thousand visitors have thronged to the opening of the Southern Fruit Festival, which is taking place in Ho Chi Minh City from June 1-8, to enjoy a variety of fruit specialties ... Continue Reading →

Diversified activities at Southern Fruit Festival

The art of fruit carving and the display of some rare and special specialties are among the highlights at the Southern Fruit Festival 2014 from June 1 to 8 at Suoi Tien Park in HCMC’s ... Continue Reading →

Viet Nam joins cultural festival in New York

Viet Nam joined other Asian-Pacific countries to show off their distinctive cultural features at a heritage festival in New York City on May 24. The Asian American and Pacific Islander ... Continue Reading →

The Southern Fruit Festival 2014

After 9 years of organizing, the Southern Fruit Festival has become the most awaited cultural event of Ho Chi Minh City every summer. The festival aims to honor achievements in agricultural ... Continue Reading →

International conference looks to preserve Vi and Giam folk singing

An international conference was held in Vinh city, Nghe An province, seeking ways to safeguard and promote Vi and Giam singing, two types of traditional folk music practised in Nghe ... Continue Reading →

Kate festival mirrors Cham people’s rich culture

Kate festival, the largest of the Cham ethnic people in the central province of Ninh Thuan in the year, aims to honour male deities and ancestors who extended great help to people. Kate ... Continue Reading →

Holidaymakers throng to Sa Pa for vacation

More than 30,000 visitors from home and abroad vacationed at the popular mountainous resort town of Sa Pa in the northern province of Lao Cai during the five-day holiday. The figure ... Continue Reading →