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Preservation plan for Sapa’s ancient stones (September 20, 2005)
 Lao Cai is devising a preservation project for Sapa’s ancient stone area
Golden Lotus floats on West Lake (September 13, 2005)
 Kim Lien (golden lotus) on the bank of Ho Tay (West Lake) is described as the most beautiful pagoda in Hanoi.
Kiep Bac Temple and Saint Tran (September 07, 2005)
 Located in Hung Dao commune in northern Hai Duong province’s Chi Linh district, Kiep Bac Temple is dedicated to Tran Hung Dao, or Hung Dao Vuong Tran Quoc Tuan, a talented general under the Tran Dynasty.
Museum of antiquities to be established in Ca Mau (September 01, 2005)
 Museum of antiquities to be set up in Ca Mau Culture Park with VND43bil worth of funds from auctions.
Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) gongs (August 29, 2005)
 Ha Noi, Jan. (VNA) - Born in the Bronze Age, the gong's first appearance in Viet Nam dates back 2,000-3,500 years to the Dong Son culture as engravings on drums.
Ly-Tran artfact exhibition opens today (August 29, 2005)
 An exhibition of artefacts from Ly and Tran dynasties (the 11th to 14th century), organised by the National Museum of Vietnamese History, will open today in the capital city as part of celebrating the 60th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day.
To Ngoc Thanh: Voice of folk artists (August 19, 2005)
 VietNamNet – To Ngoc Thanh – a prestigious researcher on Vietnamese folk arts, who has spent his life preserving the art, told VietNamNet of his opinions and plans on Vietnam’s intangible cultural heritage.
Scientists unearth bronze casting centre (August 14, 2005)
 Excavations in Vinh Phuc Province have revealed the 3,500-year-old bronze casting centre of Dong Son, allowing scientists to piece together the history and culture of this fascinating civilisation. Hien Hoa reports.
The man who build bridges of culture (August 01, 2005)
  The Master of Culture Huu Ngoc was born in 1918 in Hanoi. Even though he has exceeded the benchmark of seventies, he still marches on and keeps writing steadily. His life is just like a bridge that spans the national culture with the world, and the world with Vietnam.
Hanoi hosts fair to display ethnic minority costumes, brocade (July 27, 2005)
 An exhibition of costumes and patterned brocade of the Vietnamese ethnic minority groups is being held at the Vietnam Culture and Art Exhibition Center in capital Hanoi city from July 26 to August 1.

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