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Tay Nguyen Festival-cum-Fair 2005 opens (March 13, 2005)
 Dac Lac, Mar. 10 (VNA) - The Tay Nguyen Festival-cum-Fair 2005, the largest of its kind in the region, opened in the Central Highlands province of Dac Lac on Mar. 9.
Spring- season of festivities in Vietnam (March 09, 2005)
 A village festival is often held at the communal house, which is dedicated to the village genie. The village genie could be the village founder, those who rendered great services to the nation or a legendary figure.
Gongs top list for world cultural heritage (March 09, 2005)
 The famous gongs of Vietnam’s Central Highlands now top the list of five art forms given priority by the Vietnamese Government for UNESCO’s world cultural heritage recognition in 2005.
The most sacred Vietnamese festival arrives in April (March 03, 2005)
 The Hung Temple Festival, one of the most important festivals for Vietnamese people will be held with its biggest ever opening and closing ceremonies next April.
The feast to seek fortune by the Red Dao (March 01, 2005)
  Over thousands of years of national construction and defence, the ethnic people along the northern border have created a rich and diverse cultural tradition, of which festivals are considered an important factor in their spiritual life with unique and distinctive features.
Ha Noi encourages traditional handicraft village development (February 28, 2005)
 HA NOI — As part of their 2005-10 strategy, Ha Noi city authorities have decided to develop handicraft villages to promote traditional handicrafts and increase revenue.
Ethnic minorities look to the mother gourd (February 28, 2005)
 In a market in Dien Bien Phu, principal town of the border province of Lai Chau, I recently had the chance to meet some men of the Mang ethnic minority group.
Kaleidoscope (February 28, 2005)
 During the first month of the lunar calendar, believers flock to temples and pagodas to thank the gods for their support and ask for more.
Artisans preserve the soul of Cham ethnic people (February 27, 2005)
 Even today, there are still many ethnic people in Cham villages who know how to use their traditional musical instruments but there are just a few of them being able to make those musical instruments. Artisans Phu Binh Don and Cuu Lac are two among those.
Vietnamese cultural activists awarded UNESCO Merit Prize (February 27, 2005)
 Four Vietnamese cultural activists on Monday received the Merit Prize from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)'s Asian-Pacific division.

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