“Khai Ha - Cau An” Festival to become National Intangible Cultural Heritage
The “Khai Ha – Cau An” Festival at the Tomb of Le Van Duyet, Marshal of the Nguyen Dynasty Army's Left Division, has become HCM City’s latest National Intangible Cultural Heritage.
H’mong women preserve weaving techniques
Making brocade products helps H’mong women not only preserve and bring into play the beauty of traditional culture, but also eradicate poverty.
Bat Trang pottery recognized national intangible cultural heritage
Ceremonies were held for the reception of the certificate for “The National Intangible Cultural Heritage Recognition for Bat Trang Ceramic Craft” and the opening of Bat Trang tourism week on…
Phong Luu Khau Vai Market Festival back after two-year COVID hiatus
The Phong Luu Khau Vai Market Festival will return in late April, following a two-year postponement due to COVID-19 concerns, according to the Ha Giang Provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Ede people in Phu Yen have national intangible heritage
The south central province of Phu Yen held a ceremony on November 23 to receive a certificate of national intangible cultural heritage for the growing-up ceremony of the Ede ethnic minority people.  
Traditional trade of bronze casting receives National Heritage title
Bronze casting in Che Dong Village in the central province of Thanh Hoa has officially received a certification recognising it as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage, making it the seventh local heritage to receive the title in the country.
Water splashing festival recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
A ceremony was held in Na Sang 1 village, Dien Bien district, the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien on April 13 to grant the certificate of “national intangible cultural heritage” to the water splashing festival of the Lao ethnic minority group.  
Thanh Hoa’s festival recognised national intangible cultural heritage
A ceremony was held in Ngu Loc commune, Hau Loc district, the central province of Thanh Hoa, on April 6 to kick off the Cau Ngu (Whale worshipping) festival and receive a certificate recognising it a national intangible cultural heritage.  
Festival of Ha, Thuong, Y Lan temples named national cultural heritage
A ceremony was held in Tuyen Quang city of the northern mountainous province of the same name on March 28 to receive a certificate recognizing the festival of Ha, Thuong and Y La Temples as national intangible cultural heritage.  
Hmong patterns recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
Traditional textiles patterns of Hmong ethnic people in Sa Long commune, Muong Cha district, the northwestern province of Dien Bien, have been recognised as national intangible cultural heritage.  
Minh The Festival recognized as national intangible cultural heritage
Minh The Festival in the northern coastal city of Hai Phong has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as national intangible cultural heritage.
Tro Chieng Festival recognized as national intangible cultural heritage
Tro Chieng Festival in Yen Ninh commune, Yen Dinh district, Thanh Hoa province, has been officially listed as one of Vietnam’s national intangible cultural heritage.
Ha Noi has three more national intangible cultural heritage
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism said it has added three cultural heritages of Ha Noi to the national intangible cultural heritage list.
Thai ethnic festival recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
The Xang Khan festival of Thai ethnic group in the central province of Nghe An has been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage element.
Thai Binh: Dong Bang Temple Festival named national heritage
The Dong Bang Temple Festival in An Le Commune, Quynh Phu District, the northern province of Thai Binh kicked off on October 9 and its organizers received a certificate recognising the festival as a national intangible cultural heritage.