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Cham culture has no borders

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the first-ever conference held by the UNESCO Center for Research and Conservation of the Cham culture in Ho Chi Minh City last week.

 

Khmer traditional musical instruments revived

Khmer people in southern An Giang Province are determined to revive their traditional “Ngu Am” music, which requires five to seven musical instruments.

   

Then singing hopes to win UNESCO recognition

Artists performing Then singingThe National Academy of Music in Hanoi has revealed that traditional Then singing will be submitted to UNESCO in a bid to be recognised as a piece of intangibl [ … ]

   

Folk culture attracts new breed of fans

Groups of young people are reinvigorating traditional arts, introducing folk songs and paintings to a new generation. Trung Hieu reports.

   

Entertainment night in Hue

Once possessed by the sweet flavour of Hue cake, which used to be very popular in the former capital, a local resident has created a traditional entertainment programme of song and dance whi [ … ]

   

Film to mark Vietnam-Japan ties

Vietnam Television (VTV) and Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) will jointly shoot a film in June and July this year as a gift to Vietnamese and Japanese audience on the occasion of the 40 th a [ … ]

   

Gong-ho for Central culture

Fascinated by the centuries-old gong music of ethnic minority communities in Viet Nam, Vincenzo Della Ratta, an Italian researcher, has travelled to the Central Highlands of Viet Nam to lear [ … ]

   

Folk music singing seeks UNESCO title

Vi-Dam folk music is seeking UNESCO’s recognition as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2014, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.   

   

Lim festival attracts droves of visitors

Thousands of festival-goers flocked to the Lim festival in Tien Du district, the largest of its kind in northern Bac Ninh province, on Feb 21 and 22.

   

Love duets festival strikes a chord

The rain that had been drizzling constantly for the past few days suddenly disappeared from the sky – just in time for the northern province's annual love duet festival.

   

Porky procession honors talented general

On the 13th day of the first lunar month, people from La Phu village in Ha Noi's My Duc District carry decorated pigs in a sacrificial procession. Photographer Truong Van Vi provides readers [ … ]

   

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