(Cinet) –Tra Vinh Provincial People’s Committee had Document to send to the MOCST for recognizing Ok-Om-Bok festival, a moon worshipping ritual of the Khmer ethnic minority group, as a national intangible cultural heritage.
(Cinet)- My Long Sea Worshipping Festival is an annual cultural activity of fishermen in Tra Vinh to recognize as intangible cultural heritage.
(Cinet)- Truong Ba Temple serves as a communal place for the locals in their spiritual and religious practices and the symbol of the solidarity of the ethnic groups living in Quang Ngai province. Honouring Truong Ba Temple as national historical site is an afford from Tra Bong district People’s Committee in Quang Ngai province.
(Cinet)- Phu Dong Temple in the capital’s Gia Lam district received Certificate for recognizing as a special national relic site at a ceremony on May 5.
(Cinet)- Ninh Binh is ready for picking up about 10,000 participants, including 1,500 guests from 100 countries and 8,500 local Buddhists and visitors at Bai Dinh Temple in the northern province of Ninh Binh from May 7-11.