The mesmerising Lion Dance, a cherished folk art of the Nùng and Tày ethnic minorities in Lạng Sơn, has just been honoured as a national intangible cultural heritage. Passed down through generations, this ancient art form thrives thanks to the dedication of local authorities and the community. Even today, it captivates the hearts of people young and old alike!
Soldiers work to help as many people as possible access to education. As part of the Border Guard High Command's welfare programme, named "Together we go to school'', the soldiers help border and ethnic minority children enjoy better living conditions and gain access to education.
The collection comprises 15 short stories translated into Korean by Kim Joo-young with financial support from Dae San Culture Fund. Literature and Knowledge Publishing House published the 462-page collection.
A new stamp collection depicting the blooming flowers from fern trees (Jacaranda mimosifolia) that grow abundantly in Đà Lạt City in the central province of Lâm Đồng will be issued by Vietnam Post Corporation under the Ministry of Information and Communications on March 30.