The exhibition is open to public from November 22-27 at the Vietnam Exhibition Center for Culture and Arts in Hanoi, while the online version is available from November 24 to the end of December on websites of the centre at and of the Department of Cultural Heritage at

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It introduces Vietnamese intangible cultural heritage elements that have been honored, along with the traditional costumes and musical instruments used in the heritages, including the Culture Space of Gong in Tay Nguyen, Bac Ninh love duet singing, and “Don ca tai tu” music and songs of southern Vietnam.

Particularly, the exhibition highlights the Mother Goddess worshipping ritual of Vietnamese people.

Alongside, cultural heritage elements in different localities, along with their typical traditional handicraft products, cuisines and specialties are also introduced.

Along with indoor section, the exhibition also has outdoor areas featuring products of traditional craft villages of the country.

The event aims to introduce, promote and honor cultural values of Vietnam to people inside and outside the country, while helping raise public awareness and responsibility in preserving and developing the values.

Source: VNA