A country with 54 ethnic groups, Vietnam boasts many unique tangible and intangible heritages. Together with the support of its citizens, the Vietnamese government has carried out numerous policies to preserve and promote the national treasures.
The Great National Unity – Vietnamese Cultural Heritage Week has been held annually over the past 6 years in Hanoi’s Son Tay district with many cultural activities and festivals.
At this year’s event, the culture of the Cai Rang floating market, which is part of a national intangible cultural heritage, was re-enacted. Continue reading “Vietnam’s efforts to preserve and promote national heritages”