UNESCO commemoration of poets shows recognition of Vietnam’s cultural values Culture - Sports

UNESCO commemoration of poets shows recognition of Vietnam’s cultural values

The UNESCO decision to, together with Vietnam, commemorate the birth and death anniversaries of classical poets Nguyen Dinh Chieu and Ho Xuan Huong demonstrates this organisation and the international community’s recognition of the country’s cultural and ethical values, as well as the traditional fondness for learning and the thought on gender equality and liberation of women.
Building Vietnamese culture and people towards sustainable development Culture - Sports

Building Vietnamese culture and people towards sustainable development

The National Culture Conference which opened on November 24 is set to inspire the entire people’s aspiration for fast and sustainable national development. The event, which marks the 75th year since the first National Culture Conference was held on November 24, 1946, is a step to implement the culture-related content in the Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress.
Party leader highlights important role of culture Politics

Party leader highlights important role of culture

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong attended and delivered speech at the National Cultural Conference held on November 24 via videoconference to implement the 13th National Party Congress’s Resolution.
PM attends special art programme Culture - Sports

PM attends special art programme

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh attended a special art programme named “Belief and Aspiration” on November 21 evening, which is one of the main activities held by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to welcome the National Culture Conference slated for November 24.
Seminar looks into culture-art development Culture - Sports

Seminar looks into culture-art development

The Vietnam Union of Literature and Arts Associations (VULAA) held a scientific seminar in Hanoi on November 19 to discuss current issues on culture-art development, attracting the participation of cultural researchers and artists.