(HBO) - Yen Thuy district in Hoa Binh province is rich in historical relics, currently home to 12 cultural sites. Three of these sites are recognized as national relics, while another nine are recognized as provincial ones. These sites have been restored in recent times, drawing tourism into the area.
communal house in Phu Lai commune (Yen Thuy district) serves as a cultural and
spiritual activities venue of local people.
Xam communal house in Phu Lai
commune was built at the end of the 18th century. It is one of the earliest-
known communal houses in Hoa Binh province.
Through the vicissitudes of
life, the communal house has seen its share of action. Over time, the house has
been damaged and even collapsed. But it 2010, it was rebuilt on its old
foundation. The house is now used by locals for cultural, spiritual and
Local people contribute both
financially and by working on projects to repair and upgrade the home, thereby
further enhancing its cultural identity and beauty.
Under the Law on Cultural
Heritage, the district has worked to preserve and promote local cultural
heritage sites, to raise public awareness on heritage conservation.
Besides the State investment,
the district promotes the mobilisation of local resources to restore the
relics. Bui Trong Thuy, deputy head of the district's Department of Culture and
Sports, said, "There are currently about 23 relics in the area, all of which
have received funding from locals and sponsors for preservation and protection.
The restored relics become an attractive destination for tourists,” he added.
In an effort to exploit the
historical and cultural values of the relics for tourism development, the district
People's Committee has issued a tourism development project to 2025 with a vision
to 2030 and a plan to preserve cultural heritage sites in the locality covering
the period from 2021 to 2030.
This is a timely project to
link the development of tourism products with the exploitation of cultural
resources, and to develop tourism in a sustainable manner that benefits the
region for years to come./.
(HBO) - Mai Chau mountainous district is known as a concentrated residential area of the Thai ethnic group. Although in the modern life, it is rare to see images of people wearing traditional clothes every day, Thai culture is still permeated through words, voices, customs or the image of stilt houses, festival activities, and folk songs and dances.
(HBO) - According to Plan No. 127 / KH-UBND, dated on July 18, 2022 of the Provincial People's Committee, on July 31, our province hold the art program "Hoa Binh - the sound of Muong” and Carnival in 2022. It is a special art program combining the characteristics of the province's traditional culture with the modern, dramatic, artistic and engaging features.
(HBO) - On July 15, the Provincial People's Committee held a meeting to agree on a number of contents relating to the preparation of facilities and the content of the art program "Hoa Binh - A place of cultural convergence” and Carnaval in 2022. Mr. Nguyen Van Toan, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee chaired the event. The leaders representing the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Department of Transport, the Provincial Radio and Television Station, Hoa Binh Electricity Company, and the Representative office of Sun Group from Capital Region in Hoa Binh attended the meeting.
(HBO) - The women in Mai Chau have been promoting the role in conserving and preserving the national cultural identity, contributing to diversify forms of gathering and attracting members. Thereby, improving the quality of the union’s staff is one of the practical and effective solutions that Mai Chau District’s Women's Union has paid attention to in recent years.
(HBO) - After the merger of the three communes of Thuong Bi, Trung Bi and Son Thuy, Xuan Thuy commune in Kim Boi district soon stabilised the situation in all aspects. Locals have joined hands in developing the economy and building the cultural life in residential areas. The local patriotic emulation movement has been increasingly promoted as well.