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March, 07 2014 09:04:45

Bac Ninh event spotlights culture

BAC NINH (VNA) — Northern Bac Ninh Province is to hold the Bac Ninh Festival 2014 on March 13-17.

At the festival, themed "Bac Ninh-Kinh Bac Spirit", there will be various cultural activities, including an incense offering ceremony at Do Temple, a Quan Ho (love duets) singing contest, an ornamental plant and creature contests, a youth camp, folk music and dance performances.

Other activities are exhibitions, fairs, sports, free tours and tourism promotion.

The festival expects to attract more than 100,000 people and about 7,000 artisans, professional and amateur artists. — VNS



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