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Tourism Festival draws 40,000 in just two days (February 14, 2006)
 Nearly 40,000 Vietnamese and foreigners visited the historic town of Hoi An in the first two days of the National Tourism Year 2006 event, which began in central Quang Nam province Saturday, an official said.
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.
Tombs unearthed in Binh Dinh Province (July 24, 2003)
 Archaeologists last week unearthed 50 tombs believed to have belonged to the Sa Huynh, one of the country's earliest civilisations, in the southern province of Binh Dinh.
Thousands attend Lim Festival in Bac Ninh (February 22, 2005)
 VietNamNet – The Lim festival attracts thousands of Quan Ho singing enthusiasts each 13th of the first lunar month, opened yesterday, February 21, in Bac Ninh Province.
The whole of the moon (September 03, 2003)
 Among the bevvy of Vietnamese festivities, the Mid-Autumn Festival is undoubtedly one of the most popular.
The soul of Hue reveals in calligraphy (October 26, 2006)
 When speaking of art genres, one can't help mentioning Hue calligraphy with famed calligraphers, such as Minh Duc Trieu Tam Anh, Hai Trung and Nguyet Dinh who have created unique calligraphic artworks. Nguyet Dinh is well-known as the author of the calligraphic book
The Red Dao's wedding rites (February 18, 2004)
 The 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam have their own wedding rites, each different from the others. The Red Dao's is not an exception.
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 melody from kite - flute (December 30, 2003)
 The flute is probably the sole musical instrument that made its appearance worldwide and one of the few musical pieces that came into being in early human history.
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.

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