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Local authorities in the Mekong Delta have warned about forest fires during the dry season as temperatures in the last two days reached 34 degrees without any rain.
A seminar on the film industry will take place at Hoa Sen University in Ho Chi Minh City on February 19 to help young Vietnamese filmmakers gain access to regional and international film festivals.
The traditional Tich dien (ploughing) festival was held in Doi Son commune of Duy Tien district, the northern province of Ha Nam, on February 11 to pray for bumper harvests and prosperity for all.
Vietnam possesses an array of intangible cultural heritages that have been recognized by UNESCO.
A “Mam Ngu Qua” or five-fruit tray is indispensable for each Vietnamese family as among the numerous offerings that are required to decorate ancestral altars during the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Visiting the Hanoi’s Old Quarter in the days nearing the Tet holiday, visitors can find the atmosphere of the old Tet with familiar images.
The “Bo ma” (farewell to the dead) ceremony of the Raglai ethnic minority people in the south central province of Ninh Thuan has been recognized as the national cultural intangible heritage.
Investor of HappyLand entertainment complex project in Long An on January 29 put into service Vietnamese Culture Zone to serve local residents on the occasion of Lunar New Year, after a long delay due to financial hurdles.
Hanoi’s Old Quarter will offer opportunities to visitors to experience Vietnamese traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) with an array of cultural activities from January 25 to February 24.