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Cham people’s pottery craft awaits UNESCO recognition
Thursday,  Jun 21, 2018,16:17 (GMT+7)
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has asked Ninh Thuan Province authorities to compile a dossier on Cham ethnic people’s traditional craft of pottery to apply for UNESCO recognition as an intangible cultural heritage in need of safeguarding, Nhan Dan newspaper reports.
Thursday,  Jun 21, 2018,14:21 (GMT+7)
HCMC - Czech journalist Pavel Herman has launched a book titled “Vietnam - Past, Present and Future” which reflects his views about the history, culture and people of Vietnam, the Vietnam News Agency reports.
Tuesday,  Jun 19, 2018,15:33 (GMT+7)
The first festival to honor Vietnamese brocade will be held in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong from December 27 to 30, according to news website Vietnamplus.
Sunday,  Jun 17, 2018,09:20 (GMT+7)
The Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in Thua Thien-Hue Province, in coordination with the Hue Monuments Conservation Center, is conducting a restoration project to save Dieu De, a national pagoda dating back to the Nguyen Dynasty.
Tuesday,  Jun 12, 2018,12:57 (GMT+7)
Live entertainment show “Tinh Hoa Bac Bo” (The Quintessence of Tonkin) has beaten other projects from all over Asia to win the gold medal of Stevie Awards for Innovation in Media, Visual Communications and Entertainment, the news website Vietnamplus reports.
Wednesday,  Jun 6, 2018,16:10 (GMT+7)
Speaker Pujita Guha from Jawaharlal Nehru University’s School of Arts and Aesthetics will host the “A Visitor to the Forest” talk at Hanoi DocLab on June 15 starting 6:30 p.m. The talk will be in English, with Vietnamese translation.
Monday,  Jun 4, 2018,13:20 (GMT+7)
The non-profit educational group, Friend of Vietnam Heritage (FVH), hosted a roundtable on Taoism in Vietnam at The Gioi Publishers in Hanoi yesterday.
Sunday,  Jun 3, 2018,16:19 (GMT+7)
LONDON (REUTERS) - Dressed in his red hat and blue duffle coat, Paddington Bear heads to London’s St Paul’s cathedral in late creator Michael Bond’s last book about the much-loved children’s character.
Sunday,  Jun 3, 2018,16:19 (GMT+7)
BRUSSELS (REUTERS) - Belgium’s Africa Museum, once a triumphant celebration of the country’s colonial past, is to reopen after years of renovations, with a more critical view on a dark piece of history.
Saturday,  Jun 2, 2018,21:07 (GMT+7)
French photographer and reporter Nicolas Cornet launched his photo book “Vietnam Pagodas” in HCMC last Friday, depicting more than 30 pagodas across the country, news website Vietnamplus reports.
Friday,  Jun 1, 2018,16:10 (GMT+7)
A book containing maps of Vietnamese envoys’ journeys to China dating back to the 18th century has been officially recognized as a heritage Memory of the World, the Vietnam News Agency reports.
Thursday,  May 24, 2018,16:39 (GMT+7)
Researchers of Ha Tinh Museum have discovered a royal promotion decree dating to 1784 at the Phan Van family in Tram Bang Village, Duc Lap Commune, news website Vietnamplus reports.
Thursday,  May 17, 2018,19:27 (GMT+7)
Many ethnic Cham Bani people in the central province of Binh Thuan visited ancestors’ graves on May 14 and 15 as a ritual to begin their traditional Ramuwan festival, the biggest for the Cham community in Vietnam.
Thursday,  May 10, 2018,23:41 (GMT+7)
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has agreed to use VND1.5 billion (nearly US$66,000) from the 2018 National Target Program for Culture to restore 1,000-year-old Tower B3 of My Son Sanctuary in Duy Xuyen District in the central province of Quang Nam.
Wednesday,  May 9, 2018,18:36 (GMT+7)
Nang Hai, a traditional festival of Tay ethnic minority in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang, has been recognized as national intangible cultural heritage, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
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