Heritage

Hanoi wishes to host first tug of war festival

Hanoi wishes to host first tug of war festival

The Vietnam’s folk game tug-of-war communities discussed for the first time about the connectivity of the games five years after being recognized as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by the UNESCO.

Hanoi's traditional trade: change to adapt

Hanoi's traditional trade: change to adapt

The promotion of folk cultural heritages in contemporary life is not only to preserve the original values, but also brings spiritual values to the people.

Vietnamese embroidery: So far sew good

Vietnamese embroidery: So far sew good

The extraordinary traditional craftsmanship of embroidery in Quat Dong village, Thuong Tin district, Hanoi has been passing through generations to generations.

Four Protectors of Hanoi

Four Protectors of Hanoi

Thang Long Hanoi, a city of thousands of year, has a solid and rich historical background and is believed to be protected by four genies.

Prime land chosen to settle the capitals

Prime land chosen to settle the capitals

In the history of Vietnam, all of the capitals, from Van Lang, Co Loa, Hoa Lu to Thang Long, were located in strategical areas with favourable natural conditions, which could not be found anywhere else.