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VN artists top Asia-Pacific arts festival (November 08, 2004)
 Vietnamese artists ranked first for arts and service spirit at the Asia-Pacific Arts Festival in Taiwan from October 22 to November 1.
Artisans chisel wisdom out of Buddhist tower (October 18, 2004)
 After more than two years of painstaking work, a group of young workers finally gave a sigh of relief when they finished engraving the seven-storey tower within the Vinh Nghiem Pagoda, the largest Buddhist centre in HCM City late last year.
Ancient architecture preservation project receives UNESCO award (October 14, 2004)
 A project dedicated to preserving Viet Nam’s traditional villages was given the Award of Merit by the Asia-Pacific Heritage Award Council of the United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
Statue of Mother Au Co cast (October 12, 2004)
 Artisans began casting a statue depicting Au Co, the wife of Lac Long Quan, who according to legend is the first King and founder of Vietnam, at the Hung King Temple in Lam Thao district, northern Phu Tho province last Saturday.
King Ly Thai To Monument unveiled (October 07, 2004)
 The Hanoi People’s Committee, on October 7, held an inauguration ceremony to unveil the Monument to King Ly Thai To who laid the foundations of the Thang Long Citadel.
Behind the village gate (October 02, 2004)
 The images of a banyan tree, a wharf, a communal house’s yard and a village gate have long been symbols of rural Vietnam which stay in a village person’s memory for their whole life. For those who are living far away from their native village, once they see their old village gate, they know that they are home again.
Can Tho authorities plan regional cultural centre (October 04, 2004)
 CAN THO — Can Tho City is planning construction of a massive 90ha cultural centre, which will be the largest in the Cuu Long (Mekong) River Delta region.
Big digs make ‘04 a banner year for domestic archaeology: expert (October 02, 2004)
 HA NOI — The excavation of the citadel of the Ho Dynasty (1400-07) in the central province of Thanh Hoa is an important archaeological find that, along with work done this year on the Thang Long citadel, makes 2004 a good year for archaeology in Viet Nam, said Dr Tong Trung Tin, deputy director of the Archaeology Institute.
Hue kite flies high at international festival (September 30, 2004)
 A Dragon kite fashioned by Nguyen Van Co and Nguyen Van Hoang representing the Hue Cultural House Kid’s Club was awarded the Honorary Cup of the 13th International Kite Festival in France.
Northern ethnic minorities stage cultural festival (September 28, 2004)
 A cultural festival in the northern province of Cao Bang at the beginning of next month will display the traditions and values of the region's ethnic minority groups.

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