(Cinet)- Hung King Temple festival has become one of the greatest national festivals in Viet Nam for a long time. Every year, when the third lunar month comes, all Vietnamese citizens head for Nghia Linh Mountain, Hy Cuong Commune, Lam Thao District,Phu Tho province in commemoration of Hung kings whose regime was an impressive, brilliant and outstanding start for establishing Viet Nam as a sovereign nation.
(Cinet)- The annual Keo Pagoda Festival, which is one of biggest Spring festival, lasts three days from 13th to the 15th in Thai Binh province. Many religious and traditional rituals and customs are held in celebration of the Buddhist monk who rendered great merits to the people and the country.
(Cinet)-The worship of Hung Kings memorizes origin “Dragon’s children and Fairy’s grand-children” and “When drinking water, remember the source”. Recognizing the Hung Kings as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage is an effort to keep their cultural values.
(Cinet)- Some efforts of villagers in Phu Tho province has maitained he ancient form of dinh (community hall) singing and found the way for similar efforts to save other parts of Vietnamese culture.
(Cinet)- Vietnam’s Xoan singing in Phu Tho was officially recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in need of urgent protection at the 6th Meeting of the UNESCO on December 24.
(Cinet) - Phu Tho shares border with Tuyen Quang, Yen Bai provinces on the north, Vinh Phuc, Ha Tay provinces on the east, Son La Province on the west and Hoa Binh Province on the south.