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News for keyword : Ao dai
Women encouraged to wear Ao dai for week-long cultural event

Vietnamese women are urged to wear Ao dai (traditional long dress) from March 2-8 as part of a national event titled “Ao dai - Vietnamese Cutural Heritage” being held across the country.

With nearly 20 years following her arts career, female Tay ethnic painter Vi Viet Nga has found her own way in working in wood-carved paintings and Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dress).
The quintessence of Vietnamese traditional crafts will be honoured during the Hue Traditional Craft Festival, which is scheduled to open in Hue city, in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on April 26.
As the country’s largest ever outdoor visual arts performance, with a 3,300 seat theatre and the participation of 500 professional actors, ‘Hoi An Memories’ brings viewers the emotion and special experience of a unique art product imbued with the national identity of Hoi An, a land of rich history and culture.
The seventh Viet Nam heritage photo contest was launched in Ho Chi Minh City on August 1, with registration now opening to Vietnamese citizens and foreigners. 
The fourth Vietnamese Festival in Japan’s Kanagawa prefecture will take place in Yokohama city from September 7-9, the event’s organisation board announced at a press conference on July 13. 
Landscapes, cuisines and culture of Viet Nam and several other ASEAN member countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines were introduced at a programme in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 27.
The 'Ao Dai' (Vietnamese traditional long dress) is a symbol of the beauty of Vietnamese women as well as the country’s culture. Tourism directors are seeking solutions to preserve and promote the traditional value of Ao Dai, contributing to developing tourism as well as attracting visitors, particularly foreigners, to Viet Nam.
The third edition of a festival designed to honour ‘Ao dai’, the traditional long dress of Vietnamese women, officially opened on March 8 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Designer Minh Hanh has won Japan's Fukuoka Prize in the Arts and Culture category, for her contributions to the development of fashion at home and abroad. 
Vietnamese designer Thuan Viet will present his two ao dai (traditional Vietnamese long dress) collections at the American Museum of Natural History in New York on May 23 within the Big Cat wildlife conservation program.

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