Minh The Festival recognized as national intangible cultural heritage

SGGP
Minh The Festival in the northern coastal city of Hai Phong has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as national intangible cultural heritage.

The ceremony receiving the certificate in recognition of Minh The Festival as a national intangible cultural heritage (Photo: Vietnamnet)

The ceremony receiving the certificate in recognition of Minh The Festival as a national intangible cultural heritage (Photo: Vietnamnet)

The ceremony receiving the certificate in recognition of the traditional event as a national intangible cultural heritage was held at a historical complex in Hoa Lieu commune in Kien Thuy district on March 1.
Minh The Festival began in 1561 the Mac Dynasty. The ritual has been revived from 2002.
The festival is known for its humanity and moral philosophy. It aims to raise the people’s awareness of community activities and joining hands for solidarity.

By MAI AN – Translated by Kim Khanh

Other news

Most view

Tran Tieu Vy crowned Miss Vietnam 2018

Tran Tieu Vy crowned Miss Vietnam 2018

Tran Tieu Vy, 18, from central Quang Nam province has been named Miss Vietnam 2018 in the final night of the pageant in Ho Chi Minh City on September 16.

Photo Gallery

Hanoians enjoy early mid-autumn festival

The Mid –Autumn Festival which falls on September 24 (on the 15th day of eighth lunar month) is coming and these days, streets in Hanoi Capital are crowded with people enjoying the early mid-autumn festival atmosphere.