Today: 20/01/2021 23:30:10 (GMT+7)

Special experience area launched at Temple of Literature

 A special experience area was officially launched at the Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi on November 15, providing visitors, particularly students, with a chance to learn more about the country’s heritages.

The area is favoured with suitable conditions for the study of heritages, including tables and chairs for students’ activities, such as painting and molding, as well as modern equipment (computers, projectors and tablets) serving the screening of videos and films on the Temple of Literature and Vietnam’s history of nomination.

Special experience area, Temple of Literature, country’s heritages, modern educational methods, trade villages

The special experience area is expected to help students learn more about the Temple of Literature.

In addition, visitors can give presentations on their knowledge of numerous tools.

The launching of the experience area is part of the ‘education programme of heritages by new methods’ implemented by the Temple of Literature’s Cultural and Scientific Centre in 2016.

The programme aims to raise students’ awareness of the values of the relic site as well as the history, studious tradition, architecture, fine arts and customs of Vietnamese people through the use of modern educational methods.

So far, nearly 20 topics have been developed under the programme. In addition to studying, students will be instructed to create their own products using the knowledge that they collected during their visit to the relic site.

On the occasion, an inauguration was held for a showroom of typical souvenirs of the Temple of Literature that were designed and made by artisans from trade villages in Hanoi.

Decoration art in traditional costume of Red Dao people recognised as national heritage
The Tuyen Quang provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism in coordination with Na Hang district’s authorities hosted a ceremony on October 12 to receive a certificate honouring the decoration art in traditional costumes of local Red Dao ethnic groups as a national intangible heritage.
Ancient pagoda in Nam Dinh recognised as national cultural heritage
Over-400-year-old Keo Hanh Thien Pagoda in the northern province of Nam Dinh has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage.
H’re people’s brocade weaving recognised as national intangible cultural heritage
The traditional brocade weaving of the H're ethnic minority people in Ba Thanh commune, the central province of Quang Ngai, has been recognised as national intangible cultural heritage.
Coming to heritage area in Bac Giang
(BGO) - Bac Giang has a long tradition of culture and history where is the place of origin of Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen Sect. The training course for UNESCO Programme “Memory of the World” took place in this locality.
The tangled matrix that is Mekong Delta’s first heritage tree
A 150-year-old banyan tree in Can Tho City with scores of entangled aerial roots has a matrix-like appearance.

Source: NDO

Special experience area, Temple of Literature, country’s heritages, modern educational methods, trade villages
New comment has just been added. Click here
Sort:NewBest News