Ancient Chuong pagoda

Last update 23:26 | 17/12/2017

Chuong (Bell) pagoda in Nhan Duc village, Hung Yen province, guards a number of precious historical relics. It is part of the Pho Hien Special National Relic Site.

Built in the 15th century, Chuong pagoda has been upgraded twice, in 1702 and in 1711.

Tour guide Nguyen Thu Lien explains why the pagoda is often called Golden Bell Pagoda: “Legends say that in a huge flood thousands of years ago, a wood plank drifted to the region carrying a golden bell. Nhan Duc residents tried to bring the bell ashore but it wouldn’t move. When the monks of the pagoda came, they managed to bring the bell to the pagoda.” Tiếp tục đọc “Ancient Chuong pagoda”


Chàm museum gets breath of fresh air

VNS – Update: November, 06/2017 – 09:00

Rivalkingdom: A visitor looks at a corner of Trà Kiệu gallery of Cham culture.

Viet Nam NewsAfter nearly two years of refurbishment, the Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture has re-opens all galleries. Housing the largest collection of Chăm sculpture in the world, the museum preserves the art and history of the Kingdom of Champa that once flourished in now central Việt Nam. Nguyễn Hoàng Hương Duyên explores.

After nearly two years of refurbishment, the Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture has re-opened all galleries. Housing the largest collection of Chăm sculpture in the world, the museum preserves the art and history of the Kingdom of Champa that once flourished in now central Việt Nam. The museum has undergone several expansions and renovations since its founding in 1915. Tiếp tục đọc “Chàm museum gets breath of fresh air”

Độc đáo công viên tượng cát đầu tiên ở Việt Nam

Phóng sự của Hoàng Thiên Nga

Phan Thiết hút hồn du khách bằng cách tạo ra những không gian nghệ thuật chưa ở đâu khác có trên cả nước. Một trong những điểm hẹn như vậy, là Công viên Tượng Cát ở phường Phú Hài, nơi đang có 33 công trình điêu khắc độc đáo, tinh xảo do những đôi tay vàng hàng đầu thế giới trau chuốt bằng cát đỏ biển Đông.

Nghệ nhân Susanne Ruseler người Hà Lan tác giả cùng tác phẩm giải nhất “Lạc Long Quân và Âu Cơ”

Tiếp tục đọc “Độc đáo công viên tượng cát đầu tiên ở Việt Nam”

The communal house with 400 dragons in Hai Phong

Last update 16:00 | 07/10/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – One of the unique features of the Hang Kenh communal house in the northern port city of Hai Phong is nearly 400 dragons carved on wood plates, each with a different appearance.

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Hang Kenh is also known as “Nhan Tho” communal house, located in Nguyen Cong Tru street, Hang Kenh ward, Le Chan district of Hai Phong city, worshiping Ngo Quyen. Tiếp tục đọc “The communal house with 400 dragons in Hai Phong”

Statue recalls the glories of the Lý Dynasty


Update: September, 10/2017 – 09:00

Piece of history: The original statue of the Việt people from 900 years ago. — VNS Photo Phạm Hoàng Văn

To many first-time visitors, Hà Nội seems to be a young city not only because of so many young people out on its streets, but also because of new buildings and supermarkets, shops and restaurants, colleges and libraries. Thousands of new buildings have sprung up in the past 20 to 30 years.

Many people, particularly expatriates, find it hard to look into the 1,000-year-old history to find traces of the many dynasties that had their capitals up and down the Red River. Tiếp tục đọc “Statue recalls the glories of the Lý Dynasty”

Antiques in the basement of National Assembly House

Last update 14:58 | 02/08/2017
Over 400 artifacts and almost 10 relics, restored with 3D technology, reflecting the history of 1,300 years of continuous development of Viet Nam, through periods of Dai La, Dinh, Ly, Tran, Le, are on show at the National Assembly (NA) House’s two basement levels.
Covering an area of 3,700 m2 in the NA’s two basement levels, the exhibits are displayed in an archaeological stratigraphic principle (chronological order). Highlights and historical stories featured in each display detail the cultural value of the heritage during that period of time.

The works on display at the 2,000m2 second level basement date back to the early Thang Long period, in the seventh to ninth century Tiếp tục đọc “Antiques in the basement of National Assembly House”

Discovering Bau Truc pottery village

Last update 12:33 | 05/07/2017

Pottery art in Bau Truc Village in Phuoc Dan Commune, Ninh Phuoc District, Ninh Thuan Province has been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

The pottery village has some 400 households making pottery goods, representing 70% of the total Cham population in the area.

Despite many ups and downs, the Cham people have handed down their pottery making techniques from generation to generation.

The village captures the attention of many tourists, and has more than 600 workers with incomes of VND3 million to VND4 million.

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Tourists buy pottery products in the Bau Truc pottery village Tiếp tục đọc “Discovering Bau Truc pottery village”

Crimson and gilded wooden treasures tell Vietnamese history

Last update 17:06 | 03/07/2017

Wood carving and painting is a profession with a long tradition in Vietnamese culture. In its long history of development, crimson and gilded objects with fine carvings, red paint, and sparkling gold, not only reflect the aesthetics and skills of craftsmen but also express historical values of Vietnamese culture.

The Vietnam National Museum of History is organising an exhibition showcasing more than 100 lacquered and gilded wooden artifacts, selected from its collection of woodworks that have been studied, collected and preserved for many years by the museum.

Crimson and gilded wooden treasures are not only historical stories, but also artworks expressing the aesthetic thought and talent of artisans, containing ideals from history, art, customs, religion and beliefs of Vietnamese people. Tiếp tục đọc “Crimson and gilded wooden treasures tell Vietnamese history”

The wooden statues of the Central Highlands

Last update 14:46 | 08/06/2017

The Central Highlands of Vietnam is not only renowned for its culture of gongs and epics that the inhabitants tell by the fireside, but also for its wooden statues that are rustic and simple.

Statuettes of wood installed in a garden of statues in the tourist village of Ko Tam, Town of Buon Ma Thuot. Tiếp tục đọc “The wooden statues of the Central Highlands”

Sunny Nha Trang a new hotspot for art

Last update 00:02 | 22/05/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – For many, Nha Trang evokes images of the sea, or memories of holidays spent on the beach. Nha Trang has always been a popular destination for vacationing Vietnamese, but with air travel becoming ever cheaper and easier, international tourists are getting in on the action.

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Northern-nostalgia: Le Hiep’s Teacher’s Pagoda in Ha Tay has a magical light. 

Visitors to Nha Trang expect a relaxing time, however, a group of local artists is looking to change that. The plan is to provide a more cultural experience to sun-and-sand-seeking holidaymakers. Tiếp tục đọc “Sunny Nha Trang a new hotspot for art”