Married couple Đặng Văn Trịnh and Phạm Thị Cúc are the last potters still earning from pottery at Mỹ Thiện Village in Châu Ổ Township of the central Quảng Ngãi Province.
The ancient city of Hội An plans to include the annual mid autumn festival, which falls on full-moon day of the lunar August, and the traditional pottery craft of Thanh Hà Village as the National intangible heritage status.
The winners of the 2016 architect awards include Nguyễn Hoàng Mạnh, Architect of the Year, and Thanh Hà Terra Cotta Park, Building of the Year.
A special exhibition featuring Việt Nam’s national treasures will take place at the Vietnam National Museum of History for five months from January to May, 2017.
An exhibition, with the theme of Vietnamese Sacred Animals showcasing over 200 images and objects, has opened in Hà Nội, as part of activities to mark the Việt Nam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23).
Scientists have unearthed various objects at an excavation site at Hồ Citadel in central Thanh Hóa Province, helping them to learn more about the scale and characteristics of the citadel.