Jul 02, 2019 / 11:37

Vietnam – China extend culture and tourism cooperation

The Hanoitimes - The exhibition consists of four thematic sections on ethnic culture, municipal culture, historical culture and landscape culture.

Culture and tourism cooperation between China and Vietnam has been broadened in recent years, To Quoc reported, citing the Chinese Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Li Qun at the exhibition and seminar on cultural industry and tourism promotion in Hanoi on July 1.
 
Exhibition and seminar on cultural industry and tourism promotion opens in Hanoi.
Exhibition and seminar on cultural industry and tourism promotion opens in Hanoi.
The event was organized by the National Library of Vietnam under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in coordination with Chinese Cultural Center in Hanoi and  the Department of Culture and Tourism of the Chinese Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Chinese Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Li Qun said that the two sides have engaged in comprehensive exchanges and cooperation in such spheres as cultural industry, human resource training, cultural heritage and tourism, creating new impetus for the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries.
The two sides also signed memorandums of understanding on cultural and tourism industry cooperation in the period of 2019 – 2021. In addition, the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has signed memorandums of understanding on tourism cooperation with many Chinese cities and provinces, including Sichuan, Chengdu and Zhejiang.
The exhibition consists of four thematic sections on ethnic culture, municipal culture, historical culture and landscape culture. The cultural and creative products on display, all eye-catching and useful, have been designed and created by five Chinese museums in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, southern China.
After the opening ceremony of the exhibition, Chinese and Vietnamese officials and experts attended a seminar during which they shared viewpoints and experiences in connecting development of culture and tourism.
Culture officials from Guangxi centered their presentations on connecting culture and tourism development to create high-quality cultural tourism products, and on further tapping the potential of culture and landscape  tourism in ethnic minorities areas.
On this occasion, representatives of National Library of Vietnam also mentioned some other ways of further tapping museums to promote tourism at home and abroad such as joining hands with local travel agencies and strengthening cooperation with museums in China, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, South Korea, etc.