Authorities are preparing documents for the Bà chúa xứ Festival in Châu Đốc to be recognised as an intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO.
A young woman from Huế has taken her shoes to the wider world, using traditional crafts, motifs, and tapestry.
Heritage education has been effectively taking its role as a lever to boost tourism development in Hà Nội, particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in vast damage to the sector.
Royal hats dating back to the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802-1945) are being restored under the watchful eye of artisan Vũ Kim Lộc.
The 700-year-old craft not only offers stable income to locals but is also part of the spiritual heritage of the former imperial capital.
The history-inspired video has garnered more than 21 million views on YouTube since its May 13 release and is currently third on the YouTube trending list for the country.