Hoi An debuts VN’s largest outdoor visual arts show
3/19/2018 1:56:00 PM (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – The show Hoi An Memories, the largest outdoor visual arts performance ever in Vietnam, debuted yesterday at Hoi An Impression Theme Park in the central province of Quang Nam.

Quang Ninh: Cua Ong Temple Festival kicks off
3/19/2018 2:46:29 PM (GMT+7)
 The Cua Ong Temple Festival, which was recently recognised as national special intangible cultural heritage, opened in Cam Pha City, the northern province of Quang Ninh, on March 18.

Artist explores the soul through distorted faces
3/19/2018 2:20:00 PM (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Portraits expressing people’s loneliness and misery are on display at an ongoing exhibition by visual artist Nguyen Cong Hoai.

New cultural programme preserves traditional values
3/19/2018 11:48:00 AM (GMT+7)
Dem Hoa Le (Wonderful Night), a cultural programme that offers cai luong (reformed opera) and hat boi (classical drama) shows, will be staged every week at Cho Lon Theatre in HCM City’s District 5, known as Chinatown. 

Miss Viet Nam 2018 contest launched
3/19/2018 10:42:09 AM (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Young women from across the country are encouraged to participate in the national Miss Viet Nam 2018 competition, which has just been launched.

Quang Binh introduces the 7th mural village in VN
3/19/2018 10:06:00 AM (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – A 400-year-old village devastated by a tropical storm last October has gotten a facelift in the form of murals.

Old books retain strong value to readers
3/18/2018 11:45:25 PM (GMT+7)
 In the context of technology booming, it is easier for people to access information via Internet. However, many people are still keeping their habit of collecting printed books no matter how old they are.

Mong textile patterns recognized as intangible cultural heritage
3/19/2018 12:55:50 AM (GMT+7)
 Cloth weaving has long been a proud traditional craft of the Mong ethnic people in Vietnam’s mountainous areas. The Mong’s traditional textile patterns have been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage.

Gia Lai encourages young to preserve gong
3/18/2018 11:26:35 PM (GMT+7)
 The gong, a musical instrument native to the Central Highlands, is popular in the five provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Đắk Lắk, Đắk Nông, and Lâm Đồng.

Old troupe bring sacred animals to life
3/18/2018 2:00:00 PM (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Despite his old age, Trinh Van Binh is graceful in controlling the dragon head leading his troupe in the tu linh (four sacred mythical creatures: dragon, kylin, phoenix and tortoise) dance.

Scholars study nghe, ancient sacred animal
3/18/2018 11:00:00 AM (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – A team of researchers, including Tran Hau Yen The, Nguyen Duc Hoa and Ho Huu Long, have published a book on the nghe, a sacred animal that guards temples and communal houses.

HCM City Hat Boi Theatre targets young audiences
3/18/2018 10:30:00 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge – The HCM City Hat Boi Theatre has launched its new free programme offering hat boi or tuong performances for primary school students as part of the theatre’s efforts to attract young audiences.