the great banh chung banh giay bake off The great banh chung, banh giay bake off

14:33 | 20/02/2018 Culture & Art

(VEN) - Every year, from the 15th to the 17th day of the first lunar month, a contest is held at the Con Son-Kiep Bac relic site in Hai Duong Province to pick the best banh chung (square sticky rice cakes) and banh giay (round sticky rice cakes) made by participants. The event attracts tens of thousands of local residents and visitors.
almost 375000 tourists visit hanoi during tet holidays Almost 375,000 tourists visit Hanoi during Tet holidays

11:09 | 20/02/2018 Travel

The number of international tourists to the capital city of Hanoi are estimated to rise by 30 percent to 125,000 people during the week-long Tet (Lunar New Year) festival, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.
waking northern vietnams tourism potential Waking northern Vietnam’s tourism potential

15:21 | 19/02/2018 Travel

(VEN) - The successful ninth “Through Viet Bac Heritage Sites” program and Ba Be-Bac Kan Tourism Week, both held in late November 2017, show that development cooperation and connectivity have brought tourism in Vietnam’s northern provinces to new heights.
spring book street opens in hanoi Spring Book Street opens in Hanoi

13:08 | 19/02/2018 Fashion & Life

The spring book street opened in Hanoi on February 18 (the third day of the Lunar New Year), introducing books of different genres to visitors.
heritage house an intriguing glimpse into hanois past Heritage House, an intriguing glimpse into Hanoi’s past

12:54 | 19/02/2018 Culture & Art

(VEN) - The Heritage House in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, a typical 19th century merchant’s home and one of few remaining intact buildings of its era, attracts thousands of domestic and foreign tourists.
new year customs enrich vietnamese culture New Year customs enrich Vietnamese culture

13:42 | 18/02/2018 Culture & Art

Visiting pagodas at the beginning of Lunar New Year has become an age old tradition of Vietnamese people.
vinh hy bay a special gift from mother nature Vinh Hy Bay: A special gift from Mother Nature

15:35 | 17/02/2018 Travel

(VEN) - The Tet holiday is an opportunity to visit one of Vietnam’s lesser known natural gems, Vinh Hy Bay.
preserving ancient ritual singing in an mo village Preserving ancient ritual singing in An Mo Village

11:27 | 17/02/2018 Culture & Art

(VEN) - Hat chau van, or in secular form hat van, is a traditional folk art of northern Vietnam, which combines trance singing and dancing. Its music and poetry are combined with a variety of instruments, rhythms, pauses, and tempos. Hat van originated in the 16th century and spread quickly. The main musical instrument used in hat van performances is a moon-shaped lute. The genre is famous for its use in rituals for deity mediumship. In 2016, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized the mother goddesses worship rituals, including hat van, as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
foreigners enjoy tet its customs and food Foreigners enjoy Tet, its customs and food

12:44 | 16/02/2018 Culture & Art

(VEN) - Foreigners living in Vietnam, who have already experienced Tet, the Lunar New Year celebration, are looking forward to the experience. Those who have not, but have heard a lot about it, are curious about the many holiday customs and traditions.
changing the fabric of hmong lives Changing the fabric of H’mong lives

17:14 | 15/02/2018 Culture & Art

(VEN) - A two-year project to preserve the traditional culture of the H’mong minority in northern Vietnam as a way to improve their livelihood was funded and implemented by Craft Link at a total cost of more than VND643 million.
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