The management board of Hanoi’s Old Quarter are preparing to host a range of activities between November 22 and December 15 to mark Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day on November 23.
At the cultural exchange centre located at 50 Dao Duy Tu street, a fashion show will be held by designers Trinh Bich Thuy, La Hang, and Thuy Anh, along with a workshop on Vietnamese culture, and a music gala by the band Dong Kinh.
In order to make sure events run smoothly, the management board of Hanoi’s Old Quarter will co-ordinate with culinary artisan Nguyen Cao Son in order to introduce 100 Snow Shan tea, a delicacy that is famous in the northern province of Yen Bai. Visitors can sample the beverage at heritage house on 87 Ma May street.
Furthermore, a photograph exhibition showcasing images of Hanoi by photographer Le Bich will take place at Kim Ngan temple on 42 Hang Bac street.
According to the management board of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, activities to celebrate Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day aim to preserve the city’s cultural heritage, whilst also promoting the capital as a tourism destination.
Even without a sign board, the street cart vendor has had nearly 20 years of serving an uncountable number of foreign and local foodies.