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  • Câp nhật lúc: 5:52 PM GMT+7, Wednesday, 12/13/2017

    Vietnam’s ‘Bai choi’ and ‘Xoan’ folk music deserve World Heritage status

    NDO – UNESCO have added Vietnam’s two folk music styles of ‘Bai choi’ and ‘Xoan’ to its representative list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity during the 12th session of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Republic of Korea on December 7-8.

  • Int’l meet studies Lý Dynasty culture

    BẮC NINH — Various aspects of culture and art under the Lý Dynasty (1009-1225) and the importance of preserving its vestiges were discussed at two-day international conference last week.

  • Students develop guide app for museums

    Museum visitors can now use their smartphone to explore and understand artifacts with Friendly Guide, an application recently developed by a group of IT students, without the help of a museum guide.

  • Capital festival honours nation’s heroic king

    HA NOI — A celebration was held this morning on the occasion of the 228th anniversary of King Quang Trung’s decisive victory against Chinese-Quing dynasty’s force in Việt Nam in 18th century.

  • Private music museum: cultural preservation, tourist draw

    PHÚ THỌ — A musician in the northern province of Phú Thọ is running a permanent exhibition of his own music instruments collection at his home. His house has become a tourism destination for visitors to Thanh Thủy District.

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