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Workshop to mark 90 years since recognition of Hoa Binh Civilisation

(HBO) - Hoa Binh province is working to mark 90 years since the recognition and the study of the Hoa Bình Civilisation. This is a major cultural event aimed at popularising and honouring the special archaeological values of a renowned Stone-Age civilisation in the world.

Great efforts to preserve Tay, Dao scripts in Da Bac district

(HBO) – In Da Bac district – residence area of Tay and Dao ethnic groups, learning their own scripts has been maintained, contributing to preserving cultural identity and exercising equal rights among the ethnic groups.

Communications stepped up to popularise Hoa Binh Civilisation

(HBO) – The board for information and education of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee has held a teleconference of presenters ahead of the 90th anniversary of the world’s recognition of the Hoa Binh Civilisation. Head of the board Nguyen Dong chaired the event.

Hoa Binh works to uphold values of archaeological sites

(HBO) – The Museum of Hoa Binh province has coordinated with the Centre for Southeast Asian Prehistoric Studies and the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology to excavate the Trai Hamlet cave and the Vanh Village stone shelter in Lac Son district, which are national archaeological relic sites and also home to diverse and outstanding items dating back to the Hoa Binh Civilisation.

Urgently preparing for the 90th World Conference on Recognition of Hoa Binh Culture

(HBO) - On November 11th, the Provincial People's Committee held a meeting to listen to a report on the preparation of the 90th World Conference on recognition of Hoa Binh Culture (1932 - 2022). Mr. Nguyen Van Toan, the Vice Chairman of Provincial People's Committee, the Head of Workshop Organizing Committee chaired the meeting.

Hoa Binh works hard to preserve, promote Mo Muong heritage

(HBO) - The entire political system and people of Hoa Binh province have joined hands in carrying out synchronous and long-term solutions to help Mo Muong win the UNESCO’s recognition as an Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding. Mo Muong is a rite of reciting Mo (poetry) during rituals of the Muong people, in which the Thay mo (shaman) plays the main role.