Vietnam leaves impression at int’l folk festival in Czech Republic hinh anh 1Vietnamese dance grop Que Huong at the event (Photo:

Prague (VNA) – Vietnamese art performances have left a deep impression to foreign audience at the 22 nd Pisek international folk festival which is underway from August 18-20 in the Czech Republic.

The annual folk art festival is organised for foreign communities in Pisek. This year is the first time a Vietnamese troupe has attended the event.

Director of the Pisek International Folk Art Festival, Pavel Bruzek lauded the participation of the Vietnamese artists and said he was excited by the sublime dances and songs performed by non-professional Vietnamese artists.

Notably, the “Que Huong” (Homeland) dance group which was only established a year ago with the participation of amateur female dancers who are running business in the locality, received a warm response from audiences at the event.

Chairman of the Vietnamese association in Pisek Nguyen Van Bien said, there are about 300 Vietnamese nationals living in the city and vicinities, mainly living by trading in apparel, food, beauty services and work in factories.-VNA