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Vietnam is one of the most culturally diverse and vibrant countries of the world with a mix of thriving nightlife scene in the middle of a traditionally and culturally tasteful art form and festivals to indulge.

Xoan singing has existed for more than 2000 years

   Xoan singing (also called hat cua dinh, lai len singing, dum singing, tho singing…) – a kind of performing art, is said to have appeared about 2,000 years ago, during the time of the Hung Kings. It was usually performed at spring festivals in front of communal houses. ...

Dong Ho Painting

Originally, Dong Ho paintings were made only with black-and-white prints of woodcuts, but from the 15th century, different colours were introduced by craftsmen in the village. As a village specialized in making woodcuts and paintings, almost all Dong Ho villagers were involved in...

Vietnamese Lacquer Paintings

Vietnamese art reflects a mixture of influences: Vietnamese traditional art, influences from China and influence from the French during the colonial period. Just over a decade ago Vietnam opened up to the world. The international art market started to see the talents of...

Xẩm – a Vietnamese classical form of music

Xam singing, a Vietnamese form of art aged centuries, has always been preserved as the nation’s delicate piece of culture to be admired by numerous tourists. Let’s turn back time to the old days to the legend attached to this special kind of art. The legend, which has been handed...

Traditional folk games of Vietnamese

  And thanks to the Museum of Ethnology for their effort to preserve these invaluable cultural heritage. If you are planning to travel to Vietnam during Tet, mark your agenda for a visit to visit The Museum of Ethnology, may be treats and range of folk games are still...

Water Puppet Show – An unique art form in Hanoi

The world-famous Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre in Hanoi has its roots in an art form that dates back to the 11th century. The tradition of water puppet theatre stems from a time when rice paddy fields were flooded and villagers would make entertainment by standing in the...

Vietnamese traditional Music: Chèo

Chèo is a form of generally satirical musical theatre, often encompassing dance, traditionally performed by Vietnamese peasants in northern Vietnam. It is usually performed outdoors by semi-amateur touring groups, stereotypically in a village square or the courtyard of a public...