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The Vietnam Pure – Land Buddhist Association in Dong Thap province currently has ten chapters with the total of 71 Buddhist dignitaries, 52 deacons and over 2000 lay practitioners.
The inter-village festival of Tam Duong and Van Dai villages in Thai Binh province’s Hung Ha district celebrate solidarity and friendship between the two villages that have been established since 700 years ago.
The Lam Kinh area in Tho Xuan district, Thanh Hoa, is a special national relic that has kept mysterious tales about the most flourishing feudal reign in Vietnam’s history.
A bridge in Phu Loi commune in Hau Giang province’s Chau Thanh district built with supports of Buddhist followers was formally inaugurated at a ceremony held on February 16.
The annual Sen (Lotus) Village Festival 2020 will be held from May 15 to 19 in Vinh City, Nam Dan District and other districts and towns in Nghe An Province to show gratitude to President Hồ Chí Minh.
In the first lunar month of the traditional New Year 2020, Buddhists in the provinces proactively engaged in social, charitable activities for supporting disadvantaged people.
As informed by the Da Nang city Committee for Religious Affairs on February 13, the municipal authorities have instructed relevant departments to enhance the state administration on belief.
The Association for Solidarity of Patriotic Monks in Tra Vinh province’s Cau Ngang district in collaboration with district authorities held on February 12 a ceremony for handing over a charitable house to Mr. Thach Kim’s family in the district’s Hiep Hoa commune.
A whale worshiping festival (known as Cau Ngu in Vietnamese) took place on February 9 in Sam Linh Tay village, Nui Thanh district, Quang Nam province.
The Correction-Path Caodai Church held on February 8 its annual meeting of the church’s High Council – the highest representative body.
A delegation led by Pastor President of the Vietnam Baptist Church Nguyễn Võ Khánh Giám paid on February 6 a visit to the Committee for Religious Affairs in Gia Lai province, on occasion of the Lunar New Year 2020.
Historical and cultural relic sites and natural landscapes can be opened to tourists but operators must comply with coronavirus infection prevention and control measures, according to a public dispatch released by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on February 6.
Binh Chau commune People’s Committee in Ba Ria Vung Tau province’s Xuyen Moc district held on February 5 a ceremony for launching the fishing season 2020.
Migrating to Vietnam from many different regions during last seven centuries, members of Dao ethnic groups became indigenous residents in the mountains of the Northeast, Northwest and Truong Son range.
The Ante-Creation Caodai Church’s representative committee in Tien Giang province reviewed its first-quarter performance at a meeting held on February 3 in Minh Duc oratory located in the province’s My Tho city.