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Chairman of Quang Binh provincial Committee for Religious Affairs Tô Ngọc Hồng on September 10 led a delegation checking the state governance on religion in Quang Trach district.
A three-day conference to provide defense-security knowledge for religious dignitaries, deacons in provinces and cities in the 1st Military Region opened on September 10 in Thai Nguyen city.
The provincial authorities in Dong Nai held on September 4 the annual meeting 2019 with Buddhist dignitaries in the province.
The 2019 National Chau Van (Spiritual Singing) Festival officially opened at Lanh Giang temple in Moc Nam commune, Duy Tien district, in the northern province of Ha Nam, on September 5.
A national conference on promotion of religious roles in environmental protection and climate change response will be held in October in Hue City, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE).
As many as 160 dignitaries, deacons of Caodaism, Hoa Hao Buddhism and Catholicism in Kien Giang province have attended a conference for disseminating state laws 2019 held on September 4 by the provincial committee for religious affairs.
The youth union in Phu Yen province’s Son Hoa district has held a training conference on religious affairs as well as ethnic policies for its key members in the district.
As many as 900 religious dignitaries and deacons in Soc Trang province have attended a conference for disseminating the Law on Religion and Belief 2016 held from August 27-29.
An art program performed by religious and belief organization in Da Nang took place on August 27-28 at Trung Vuong theatre.
The Ma Coong ethnic minority group’s drum beating festival and traditional boat racing on Kien Giang river in the central province of Quang Binh have been officially recognized as national intangible cultural heritages by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Tien Giang province currently home to 50,000 followers of Caodaism (accounting for nearly 3% the provincial population) with 109 worshipping places.
The forum themed “Teaching experiences and skills on state administration on religion” was held on August 23 by the Faculty of State Management on Social Affairs under the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) in Hanoi.
Ben Tre provincial department of home affairs in collaboration with the Political School started on August 19 a training course on religious affairs for local officials in the province.
Nearly 400 youths from nine religious organizations in the central city of Đà Nẵng joined a festival on Sunday.
A delegation of the concerning provincial authorities of Quang Binh paid on August 15 a visit to the Executive Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) chapter in the province based in Dai Giac pagoda.