12/29/2016 - 15:16
(VOVworld) - Each country and region has a typical architectural style based on its climate, economic conditions, technology, available materials, as well as other factors including local customs and beliefs. Throughout history, Vietnamese people, especially those in the northern region, have applied some distinctive rules to house building and decorating which they believe bring good fortune and chase away evil.
9/1/2016 - 9:04
(VOVworld)- Tourists can now enjoy ca tru (ceremonial singing) as part of the Chay River- Dark Cave tour in the central province of Quang Binh.
11/27/2015 - 16:22
(VOVworld) - Ha Giang impresses visitors with its high karst plateau, steep hills, winding roads and ethnic diversity. In Dong Van district of Ha Giang province, there is a place of serenity where man is delicately balanced with nature. That is Pho Bang township.
8/21/2015 - 15:08
(VOVworld)- More than 100 photos of Vietnamese village communal houses are on display at the exhibit “Vietnamese Village Communal House – Things preserves and things lost”. Works on display highlight the unique architectural and cultural features of Vietnamese communal houses and the changing tangible and intangible cultural values involved in their construction, sounding the alarm on the possibility of their...
11/10/2014 - 16:39
(VOVworld) – The Rong house of the Ba Na is a cultural venue for all villagers. Its typical architecture shows a harmony with nature and effectively protects the villagers from harsh weather and wild animals.
10/2/2014 - 19:09
First on our show today, we’d like to welcome Javed Iqbal, a new listener in Pakistan. Javed wrote: “I’m new to radio VOV but in a very short period of time I am much impressed with VOV programs. It gives me the opportunity to learn more about Vietnam and its people. Attributes that make VOV so exciting are the varied...
5/22/2014 - 16:33
(VOVworld) – Culture is one of the many key elements of the national program on new rural development as the program’s ultimate goal is to improve people’s physical and spiritual living conditions. Achieving the national targets of new rural development while preserving the beautiful traditional village culture will require much effort from local authorities nationwide.