The exhibition displays 62 typical paintings of famous schools of folk paintings of Vietnam, such as Dong Ho (Bac Ninh province), Hang Trong and Kim Hoang (Hanoi) folk paintings and a number of worship paintings of Vu Di (Vinh Phuc province), Doc Loi (Nghe An province), etc.

The "Vietnam's tradition" space covers an area of over 2,000sq.m.

On this occasion, the Fine Arts Museum of Da Nang holds a number of activities titled “Folk paintings and Tet” to help children in the city learn more about schools of traditional folk paintings, especially the Dong Ho folk paintings printing techniques.

* On the same day, an exhibition space titled “Vietnam’s tradition” was held on February 1 in the Co Loa Special National Relic Site, Hanoi.

Held by the Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Preservation Center in an area of more than 2,000sq.m, the exhibition features the traditional cultural space of the Vietnamese people. The space consists of three wooden houses, six traditional thatched roof cottages and more than 20 booths, made of bamboo, selling products of Co Loa and other localities of the Tonkin Delta.

The space is open free to tourists till the end of the Co Loa Mau Tuat Spring Festival (February 21). During the first four days of the festival, various cultural activities will be held at the “Vietnam’s tradition” space, including cuisine display, folk games, water puppet performances, etc.

Translated by Song Anh