Then singing recognized as national intangible cultural heritage
"Hat Then" or the Then singing of the Tay and Nung ethnic groups in Lang Giang, Yen The, Luc Ngan, Luc Nam and Son Dong districts has been recognized as the national intangible heritage.
Traditional festivals listed national intangible cultural heritage
Festivals at the Va temple and Hat Mon temple in the capital city of Ha Noi have been named as part of the country’s intangible cultural heritage, Ha Noi Moi…
Con Son-Kiep Bac Autumn Festival begins in Hai Duong
The Con Son - Kiep Bac Autumn Festival commenced in the northern province of Hai Duong on September 29 in memory of General Tran Hung Dao, one of the most…
Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival attracts large attendance
The final round of the 2015 Do Son Buffalo Fighting Festival took place at Do Son Stadium, in the Northern port city of Hai Phong on September 21.
Cultural event spotlights Ha Giang’s terraced paddy fields
A cultural and tourism event honouring the values of terraced paddy fields and the culture of ethnic groups in the Northern mountainous province of Ha Giang will take place in Hoang Su Phi District from September 24-26.
Chhay-dam drum dance (Tay Ninh Province) recognized as national intangible cultural heritage
(TITC) - Recently, People’s Committee of Truong Tay Commune, Hoa Thanh District, Tay Ninh Province held a ceremony to receive recognition of Chhay-dam drum dance as national intangible cultural heritage.
"Cua dinh" folk singing certificated as national intangible cultural heritage
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has recognized “Cua dinh” folk singing in the northern province of Quang Ninh as national intangible cultural heritage.
Ca Hue recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
Ca Hue (traditional Hue singing) has been recognised as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Intangible cultural heritage continues to be investigated
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has sent a document to all Departments of Culture, Sports and Tourism along the country for continued effort in seeking out intangible cultural heritage in their localities.
Over 50,000 visitors flock to Con Son-Kiep Bac spring festival
More than 50,000 people visited the Con Son – Kiep Bac relic site in northern Hai Duong Province during its spring festival from the 14th to 17th day of the first lunar month (March 4-7).
Tay ethnic dancing recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
Xoe dancing, an indispensible activity in the cultural life of the Tay ethnic people in Ta Chai commune, Bac Ha district, northern Lao Cai province, has been listed as a national intangible cultural heritage.
Thai Binh Tran Temple festival opens, receiving special honour
The Tran Temple Festival 2015 kicked off on March 3 in Tam Duong hamlet, Tien Duc commune, Hung Ha district in the Red River province of Thai Binh.
Tuyen Quang ethnic groups observe Long Tong festival
Ethnic groups in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang on February 26 held the Long Tong (going to the field) festival – an annual ritual of the Tay ethnic people that became part of the national intangible cultural heritage in 2013.
Bai Choi singing recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
The Phu Yen provincial People's Committee held a ceremony on November 21 to receive the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s certificate recognising Bai Choi (singing while playing cards) singing as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Ok-Om-Bok festival recognised as national heritage
The Ok-Om-Bok festival officially received the title of ‘National Intangible Cultural Heritage’ at a ceremony held at Ba Om Pond historic national site on November 6.