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The Vietnam Cinematography Department, under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has liaised with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to organise the 2nd Asia-Europe Festival on May 15-22 in Hanoi.
How many paintings and sculptures in Vietnam's national art museum are actually copies, nobody knows. But rumors have swirled for years that many treasured originals by Vietnamese artists have been either lost or sold off, and reproductions have taken their place.
Thousands of domestic and foreign visitors and local people flocked to the Sa Pa district Cultural Centre in the north-western province of Lao Cai to attend the opening ceremony of the 2009 Sa Pa Tourism and Culture Week.
Vietnams government should encourage independent sponsors to support the countrys art rather than relying on funding from state-owned agencies.
Four lower secondary schools to implement a program with a view to popularizing traditional folk into the schools in 2009. Quang Nam Opera Company will be in charge of guiding this program.
Vietnam has more than 3,000 major historical sites and tens of thousands of smaller ones scattered across the country and there is an urgent need to restore and preserve them at any cost.