Traditional handicraft artisans from across the country have been demonstrating their skills and products during a five-day festival to celebrate Việt Nam Cultural Heritage Day which fell on Saturday.
An exhibition of 100 traditional jewellery items will be held at the Đà Nẵng Fine Arts Museum on November 22-25, featuring the best works by craftspeople from Đà Nẵng, Huế and Quảng Nam.
A fashion show, photo exhibition and silk weaving demonstrations are among the activities taking place in Hà Nội's Old Quarter to celebrate Việt Nam Cultural Heritage Day.
More than 100 of the best entries to the Vietnam Heritage Photo Awards will be displayed at many venues around HCM City and other provinces until June next year.
Fascinating items are being displayed at a new exhibition entitled ‘The Imperial Citadel through Woodblocks of Nguyễn Dynasty – World Documentary Heritage’. The exhibition is on-going at the Thăng Long Citadel as part of activities to mark Vietnamese Heritage Day (November 23).
Việt Nam Heritage Day will be celebrated today at the Thăng Long Royal Citadel, 19C Hoàng Diệu Street, Hà Nội, free entrance.
A three-day event held in Hà Nội will feature the diversity of the national tangible and intangible heritage including those recognised internationally by UNESCO.
Hà Nội’s Old Quarter will host a celebration of the cultural charm of Huế Imperial City from November 23 to December 2.
Từ hè đường đến sân khấu (From Street to Stage), a special programme of xẩm (blind busker singing) performances will take place this month to celebrate Việt Nam Cultural Heritage Day which falls on November 23.
Nearly 200 people and artists from 15 ethnic groups will join in the annual Week for Ethnic Group Solidarity – Cultural Heritage between November 18 and 23 at the National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in the western outskirts of the capital.