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PANO – The Centre of Vietnamese Traditional Music under the Research Centre for Preservation and Promotion of Vietnamese Traditional Music debuted on May 19.
Thac Ba Lake in Yen Bai province is a bewitchingly beautiful place, just don’t forget your insect repellent, says Duc Hanh.
The Hanoi Railway Transportation Company will put into operation a pair of Trains from Hanoi to Hue and vice versa to serve tourists during the Festival Hue and summer 2008.
BAC HA, Lao cai — Bac Ha District will begin culture week on May 29 setting a record for the biggest batch of thang co, horse soup, brewed in one pan.
The Central Vietnam Puppetry Theatre will take 16 traditional water puppetry items to Finland for the first time this autumn. At the same time, 11 Vietnamese puppeteers will be trained in modern puppetry at Finland's Hevosenkeke Theatre. Kirsi Aropaltio, Art Director of Hevosenkeke Theatre, talks about the event.
An 18-hole golf course by Vinh Thuan Joint Venture Company has been inaugurated in Mong Cai Beach, the northern province of Quang Ninh. This is a major project under the provincial tourism development strategy.
The Accor hotel group and several French universities have joined the Hanoi National University in offering Masters of Hotel Management courses to aspiring young Vietnamese hoteliers.
Both veteran and younger actors performed at the Artists’ Pagoda, also known as the Nhat Quang Tu (Sunlight Pagoda), to celebrate the birthday of People’s Artist Phung Ha and wish her a long life.
Thanh Hoa northern province is now striving to build Sam Son town into a developed sea tourism town from now by the year 2010.
Lack of audience is the biggest problem for most traditional arts like Cheo, Tuong, Cai Luong, but not for puppetry, which in confronted by a lack of manpower.

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