“Vietnam Cultural Heritage Space” Exhibition To Be Launched In November
To celebrate the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day on 23 November, the “Vietnam Cultural Heritage Space” exhibition will be organized both online and offline from 22 November in Hanoi.
Specifically, the in-person exhibition will take place from 22 to 27 November at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts at No.2 Hoa Lu, Hai Ba Trung District while the virtual one will last from 22 November to 31 December on websites: http://trienlamvhnt.vn and http://dsvh.gov.vn.
The event introduces the intangible cultural heritage including costumes, traditional music, and instruments such as Tay Nguyen Culture Space of Gong in Tay Nguyen, love duet singing in Bac Ninh, and “Don ca tai tu” in the Southern region. Moreover, “Tho Mau Tam Phu” (the ritual of worshiping Tam Phu Mother Goddess) will be specially highlighted in the exhibition.
Artists in traditional costume were singing traditional folk music ( Quan ho Bac Ninh)
During the event, visitors can learn about the local cultural heritages and their distinct traditional handicraft products in both indoor and outdoor areas. Local cuisine and specialties are also introduced in the exhibition.
This is the first exhibition in Hanoi after the social distancing was lifted. It not only honors Vietnam's cultural values but also promotes the awareness of visitors in preserving and developing these values in the future.
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