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Keeping tuong Hue

Keeping tuong Hue 

Cập Nhật 05-06-2020

Used to thrive in the past, for many years now, tuong Hue has lacked the audience due to the development of various contemporary forms of art. Its successors are numbered too, and tuong Hue is on the verge of being lost.

Tag: Tuong, Hue, Hue Traditional Royal Theatre of Art

The Canary date palms in Hue now have their successors

The Canary date palms in Hue now have their successors 

Cập Nhật 11-05-2020

In late 2018, when seeing the three out of four date palms being moved to the roundabout, I wondered if any of them was female. If not, the date palms in Hue would be extinct.

Tag: Canary date palms, successors

Successor of Hue royal cuisine honored as "Top Vietnamese culinary artisan"

Successor of Hue royal cuisine honored as "Top Vietnamese culinary artisan" 

Cập Nhật 02-04-2018

At the Tourism Awards Ceremony 2017, within The Vietnam International Travel Mart (Hanoi VITM) 2018, held on March 30 in Hanoi, outstanding individuals in the field of tourism were honored for the first time, besides the businesses.

Tag: Successor, Hue royal cuisine, Top Vietnamese culinary artisan

Wood carving art on the stele house at Thieu Tri Tomb

Wood carving art on the stele house at Thieu Tri Tomb 

Cập Nhật 19-10-2017

Thieu Tri became King in 1840, but passed away 7 years later (on November 11th, 1847) at the age of 41. The successor, King Tu Duc started the construction of the tomb for King Thieu Tri on February 11th, 1848 with the participation of thousands of workers and soldiers.

Tag: Wood carving art, Thieu Tri Tomb

"Loi Nong River" Stele and Irrigation Policy of the Nguyen Dynasty

"Loi Nong River" Stele and Irrigation Policy of the Nguyen Dynasty 

Cập Nhật 14-10-2017

After the establishment of the Nguyen Dynasty in 1802, Emperor Gia Long, the first king of the Nguyen dynasty, as well as his successors including Emperor Minh Mang, Emperor Thieu Tri developed many effective policies to improve the agrarian economy. Of those, agricultural water management practices were given the top priority.

Tag: " Loi Nong River", Stele, Irrigation Policy, Nguyen Dynasty