Tay artist’s free class makes Then folk singing accessible to all
Then is an essential ritual practice of the Tay, Nung, and Thai ethnic minority groups in northern Vietnam. 62-year-old artisan Hoang Lien Son of Na Hang district, Tuyen Quang province, organizes free Then singing classes to help preserve the culture of the Tay people and pass it on to future generations.
National Ca Tru Festival 2018 to take place in early November
The National Ca Tru Festival 2018 will take place in the central city of Ha Tinh from November 1st to 5th with the participation of artisans and artists from Ca…
Quang Ninh boost tourism cooperation with Lao, Thai partners
A June 22 meeting on tourism development among Viet Nam’s Quang Ninh province, Laos’ Luang Prabang province and Thailand’s Udon Thani province resulted in the signing of their third cooperation…
Cambodia, Thai culture introduced to Vietnamese people
A Cambodia culture week is slated to take place in southern Ho Chi Minh City and Soc Trang province from November 8-14, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) announced on October 21.
Phu Yen promotes tourism via seafood festival
Phu Yen Province will organize the Seafood Festival 2014 late next month, which is touted as a channel for the province to promote its tourism.
 Japanese culture week kicks off in Nghe An
A Japanese culture week commenced in central Nghe An province on June 10 with a wide range of activities. The week was co-organised by the Nghe An Union of Friendship Organisations and the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Association to mark the 40 th anniversary of the two countries' diplomatic ties and the 2013 Vietnam-Japan Friendship Year.