San Chay people’s dance recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
Tac Xinh dance of the San Chay ethnic minority people in Phu Luong district, the northern province Thai Nguyen was declared a national intangible cultural heritage on October 16.
Close to 250 troupes join Chau Van singing festival
Thousands of performers from 250 amateur art troupes from all over the country have flocked to the capital city of Ha Noi to take part in the 2014 Chau Van…
Con Son-Kiep Bac festival lures over 80,000 tourists
The Con Son – Kiep Bac Autumn Festival 2014 in Hai Duong province, one of the largest of its kind in northern Viet Nam, attracted more than 80,000 tourists, according…
National level recognizes 19 more intangible cultural heritage
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has identified a list of 19 additional national intangible cultural heritage.
Tuyen Quang gains recognition for two more cultural heritages
A ceremony was held in the mountainous northern province of Tuyen Quang, on August 27 to receive certificates recognising the “Cap sac” (coming-of-age) ritual and the “Pao dung” singing of the Dao ethnic group as national intangible cultural heritage.
Non Nuoc craft village recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
Da Nang’s Non Nuoc stone carving village, which is situated at the foot of the Marble Mountains in Ngu Hanh Son District's Hoa Hai Ward, has been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage.
Feast and Commemoration Festival for Hoang Sa soldiers
(TITC) - In early 17th century, under Nguyen Lords’ reign, realizing importance of expanding borders and precious resources in the East Sea region of the country, especially in Hoang Sa (Paracel) Archipelago and Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelago, Nguyen Lords set up “Hoang Sa Flotilla” to exploit sea products, measure sea routes, patrol the sea and plant the sovereignty landmarks in Hoang Sa Archipelago and Truong…
Thousands flock to sea worshipping festival in Tra Vinh
More than 20,000 visitors have joined local fishermen in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh in the annual My Long sea worshipping festival, which has just been recognised as part of the national intangible cultural heritage.
Bac Giang hosts Chau Van singing festival
Hundreds of artists from across the country gathered at a Chau Van (spiritual singing) festival held in the northern province of Bac Giang on April 19 by the Viet Nam Centre for Research and Conservation of Culture and Belief. 
Non Nuoc carvers' village leaves no stone unturned
The Da Nang authorities recently asked the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to recognise the Non Nuoc stone carving village as a national intangible cultural heritage.