Quang Nam Heritage Festival’s media centers launched

Media centers which have been designed to meet the needs of its users promoting activities at the 6th Quang Nam Heritage Festival have been launched on June 7.

Media centers of the 6th Quang Nam Heritage Festival has been launched on June 7.  (Photo: Sggp)

Media centers of the 6th Quang Nam Heritage Festival has been launched on June 7. (Photo: Sggp)

The center is located at the provincial Journalist Association’s head quarter, No.11 Hung Vuong Street in Tam Ky Town; and at Hoi An Center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation, No.10 B Tran Hung Dao Street in Hoi An ancient town.

The media center will be a place where the organization board anounces information about the festival and organizes press conferences during the event.

The 6th Quang Nam Heritage Festival is scheduled to take place on June 7-14.
The event attracts hundreds of artists of three international organizations and art troupes of 35 cities and provinces throughout the country; and art groups from 33 countries and territories around the world. 

The opening ceremony of the festival will be organized at the Tam Thanh Square in Quang Nam Porvince’s Tam Ky Town on June 9. The closing day will be held at Hoai Riaver square in the ancient town of Hoi An on June 14.

The Quang Nam Heritage Festival aims to promote Vietnamese cultural values, provincial cultural characteristics and tourism potentials as well as calling for investment in the province. It is also a chance to exchange experience on management and preservation of heritage cultural values among localities.

By NGUYEN KHOI – Translated by Kim Khanh

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