Authorities seek UNESCO recognition for Dong Ho painting
Authorities in northern Bac Ninh Province are planning to compile a dossier on the Vietnamese folk art of Dong Ho painting in a bid to secure UNESCO recognition.  
200 Japanese cherry trees planted in Bac Ninh Province
A ceremony to plant 200 cherry trees presented by the Japan-Viet Nam Friendship Association of Chukyo region took place on March 13 at Nguyen Van Cu Park, Bac Ninh City,…
Dong Ky firecracker procession festival kicks off
The Dong Ky firecracker procession festival kicked off in Tu Son town, Bac Ninh province, on January 31, drawing the participation of thousands of villagers and visitors.
Dong Ho folk paintings   (Sep 06, 2016)
Dong Ho folk paintings
Dong Ho folk paintings are printed from woodblocks and created by Dong Ho villagers in Bac Ninh province.
Bac Ninh: Imperial tomb and temple of Kinh Duong Vuong
Kinh Duong Vuong, a Vietnamese historical legendary figure is considered the forefather of the Vietnamese nation who established the first state in 2879 BC. According to historical books, Kinh Duong Vuong helped unite the tribes some time before the reign of the Hung kings, who set up Van Lang state in the 7th century BC.
Festival honouring Quan Ho creator becomes national heritage
An annual festival dedicated to Vua Ba goddess in Viem Xa village in northern Bac Ninh province has been acknowledged as a national intangible heritage. 
Ancient temple's restoration begins
Work to restore Cao Lo Vuong Temple in the northern Bac Ninh province has been officially launched.
Discovering traces at Luy Lau Citadel
Some experts from National Museum of History and University of East Asia has unearthed archaeology in Luy Lau citadel, Thanh Khuong commune, Thuan Thanh district in 2015 and found trace at Viet Nam's oldest citadel in Bac Ninh Province.
Do Temple Festival opens in Bac Ninh
Thousands attended the Do Temple Festival's opening on May 3, marking 1,005 years since King Ly Thai To, who began the Ly Dynasty, took the throne.
Trong Quan Singing in Bui Xa   (Apr 08, 2015)
Trong Quan Singing in Bui Xa
Trong quan singing, a type of popular art which alternates singing with drum accompaniments, has been performed for over 700 years in Bui Xa Village, Ninh Xa Commune, Thuan Thanh District of northern Bac Ninh Province. Local villagers are well aware of maintaining it as part of their cultural heritage which was formed in the land of the country’s ancient cultural hub.
Numerous visitors flock to love duet singing festival
Thousands of people from different localities across Viet Nam have flocked to Tien Du district in northern Bac Ninh province to attend the Lim festival which is dedicated to Quan Ho (love duet singing), part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage.
Art exhibition highlights ancient imperial cities
A painting-photo exhibition depicting five ancient imperial cities kicked off in the central city of Hue on June 4. The event, held by Hue Culture and Arts Association, is part of activities to welcome the Hue Festival 2010 and the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.