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Bac Giang – Land of heritage

08:28 | 09/10/2020

(BGO) - Bac Giang has a long history and culture. It was separated from former Ha Bac province in 1997. At that time, the province had 10 districts and town: Bac Giang town and Lang Giang, Viet Yen, Hiep Hoa, Yen Dung, Tan Yen, Yen The, Luc Nam, Son Dong and Luc Ngan districts. Experiencing many ups and downs, Bac Giang has affirmed that it is a sacred land with talented people and is developing strongly.

Quan ho singing festival to be kicked off on October 18 in Bac Giang province

19:41 | 08/10/2020

(BGO) – According to the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the sixth Quan ho (Love duet) singing festival in Bac Giang province will be kicked off on October 18, 2020 in Bac Giang city (Bac Giang province) with the participation from 10 art troops in 10 districts, city and Quan ho Culture Association in Bac Giang province.

Special passion for Love duet folk song

13:41 | 22/09/2020

(BGO) - Vu Thi Thoa (born in 1952) is Chairwoman of Rong Vang Quan ho (Love duet) club in Tien Phong commune, Yen Dung district (Bac Giang province). Her family has invested more than 500 million VND (21,500 USD) to build the singing room and buy equipment to teach Quan ho singing to local children.

HCMC wants Cu Chi Tunnels to become UNESCO heritage site

10:16 | 10/09/2020

Ho Chi Minh City authorities are seeking UNESCO world heritage recognition for Cu Chi Tunnels, pending defense ministry approval.

Duong Thi Hoai Thu with special passion for Quan ho folk song

19:48 | 26/07/2020

(BGO) – I met Duong Thi Hoai Thu (born in 1970), an officer at the Center of Culture, Informaiton and Sport in Viet Yen district (Bac Giang province) in a severe hot day of July. Though she is in charge of directing 3 major programmes and contests, she took time to share about her career of long dedication.

Ca Mau’s traditional sauce recognised as national cultural heritage

21:06 | 26/06/2020

The traditional craft of making ba khia (three-striped crab) sauce in the southern province of Cà Mau has been officially recognised as the National Intangible Cultural Heritage

Endangered ancient ironwoods gain heritage status in Hanoi

14:00 | 24/06/2020

85 ancient ironwood trees in Son Tay, a town on Hanoi's outskirts, received heritage status from the Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment.

The charm of Tam Tang ‘quan ho’ singing

07:41 | 24/05/2020

(BGO) - People living along the two banks of the Cau River have long been aware that when playing ‘quan ho’ (love duet singing), they must understand thoroughly, play according to rules, and sing with their hearts to preserve the traditional identity. Tam Tang ‘quan ho’ village, Quang Chau commune, Viet Yen district (Bac Giang province) is one of the ‘quan ho’ villages that still retains the "fire" in maintaining that cultural activity in Kinh Bac (Northern) region.