(Cinet)- Vi and Giam singing, two folk singing styles of locals in Vietnam’s central provinces of Nghe An and Ha Tinh recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity on November 27, 2014 in Paris (France) was a gift for people on the North Central Coast of Vietnam.
(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)- The chapi is unique to the Raglai ethnic people. Preserving the instrumental music is necessary to maintain the heritage of the ethnic minority groups.
(Cinet)-Phu Quoc Island which was named Pearl Island, who is also the largest island in Vietnam. In 2006, the biosphere reserve area of coastal and island district, Kien Giang, including Phu Quoc Island has been recognized by Unesco as a biosphere reserve in the world.
(Cinet)- Xich Dang Literature Temple is a Symbol of the studious spirit and civilization of Hung Yen province.