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The lone guardian of an art (July 28, 2003)
 The last link to an ancient craft unique to East Asian countries is one 80-year-old man. Lai Phu Ban is the only artisan anywhere still practising the 500-year-old traditional of Kim Tien, or golden paper-making for royal edicts.
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.
Theatre celebrates 25 grand years (April 10, 2003)
 The Hanoi-based Youth Theatre is celebrating 25 years of applause today while it prepares its new season of dramatic delights.
The artisan who cast Dien Bien Phu Victory statue (May 10, 2004)
 War veteran Nguyen Trong Hanh, cordially called Hanh ‘tuong’ (or Hanh ‘Statue’) has so far cast nearly 4,000 statues, big and small, including the Dien Bien Victory Statue, the largest bronze statue in Vietnam to date.
Thang Long artifacts on display in HoChiMinh city's Historical Museum (March 01, 2004)
 More than 300 artifacts of the Ly and Tran dynasties unearthed in Hanoi last year are on display in HCM City’s Historical Museum.
Tet food preparation represents cultural beauty (January 16, 2004)
 Tet or the Traditional Lunar New Year, signals the end of the old year, and a chance for a fresh start.
Tet celebrations in different ethnic groups (February 08, 2005)
 Tet, the traditional lunar new year festival, is celebrated in Vietnam as a family reunion, representing their wish for perfection, prosperity, wealth and happiness. But people in different regions celebrate differently, though they share the same meaning for Tet.
Ten rare ancient tombs discovered in Nghe An province (March 01, 2004)
 Archaeologists have discovered 10 tombs of ancient people remarkably still in good state in the central province of Nghe An.
Tea steeps for coming Da Lat fest (November 04, 2006)
 Viet Nam’s first Tea Culture Festival will showcase the nation’s quality tea products, ranging from rare local teas to industrially produced goods, in Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province this December 21 to 24.
Tay Phuong pagoda in north VietNam (February 09, 2004)
 Besides being an important place of pilgrimage, the ancient pagoda that sits on Tay Phuong Mountain in the northern province of Ha Tay is a veritable showpiece of architecture, engraving and sculpture that draws tourists and historians from near and far.

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