Jan 31, 2014

Vietnam preserves ethnic minorities via tourism projects

To strengthen Vietnam’s tourism, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will speed up projects that help to preserve and develop ethnic minority culture.

Deputy Minister Huynh Vinh Ai told local media that the ministry plans to build a set of cultural development indicators for ethnic minority groups by 2020.

According to the plan, it will create an inventory of ethnic minority cultural heritage, support cultural development of at least 16 ethnic minority groups and repair 300 relics.

This year, it hopes to upgrade grassroots culture and sports institutions, while raising the profile of ‘Cultural Family’ and the ‘Cultural Village’ concepts.

Ethnic minority festivals have been organised in line with the party’s guidelines and state laws.

Last year, the ministry successfully organised the Vietnam Ethnic Minority Cultural Day 19 April and implemented three projects to preserve villages, hamlets and communes linked to ethnic minority groups.

It also built entertainment sites for children in remote, mountainous and island areas in Lai Chau, Dak Nong, Lao Cai, Quang Nam and Dien Bien.

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