Vietnam attends ASEAN-China Intangible Cultural Heritage Week
|Visitors experience "mua sap" dance (Cheraw dance) at the ASEAN-China Intangible Cultural Heritage Week. (Photo: VNA). (Photo: VNA)|
Le Ngoc Theatre and Vietnam Cheo (traditional opera) Theatre represented Vietnam to introduce special performances to international friends at the ASEAN- China Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Week held in Nanning, the capital of China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, from April 22-28.
The maiden event aimed to increase exchanges and cooperation between ASEAN member states and China in the protection, inheritance, utilisation and development of intangible cultural heritage in the region and the world.
In addition to special art performance acts, including “Crickets” and “Five variables”, which won the applause of audiences, Vietnamese artists also introduced the diversity in types of performance such as "mua sap" dance (Cheraw dance), Xoan singing and trumpet dancing, among others,
Besides art performance shows, the delegations also took part in ASEAN-China Intangible Culture Fair where traditional handicrafts, brocade products and folk sculpture products of nations were showcased.