This is an annual event, held by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, in coordination with the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee, on the occasion of the 93rd anniversary of the establishment of the VFF (November 18, 1930 - 2023) and the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23).


Addressing the opening ceremony, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and President of the VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien requested the functional organizations to grasp the Party’s guidelines and viewpoints as well as State’s laws on great national solidarity, and boost dissemination to mobilize 54 ethnic groups to make contribution to the construction and development of the country.

Performances at the event

The program attracted the attendance of prestigious people, religious dignitaries, intellectuals, and children of 15 ethnic groups living in the village, namely the Tay, Nung (Thai Nguyen), Dao (Hanoi City), H'mong (Ha Giang), Muong (Hoa Binh), Thai, Kho Mu (Son La), Ta Oi, Co Tu (Thua Thien Hue), Ba Na, Gia Rai (Gia Lai), Raglai (Ninh Thuan), E De (Dak Lak), and Khmer (Soc Trang).

Ethnic minority people receiving gifts at the event

The unity-culture week will feature art performance festivals, programs to enact festivals and cultural rituals, those to introduce traditional foods and costumes, and a photo exhibition.

Translated by Song Anh