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An Giang provincial Public Security Department and the Central Committee of Hoa Hao Buddhist Church signed on October 8, 2020 a coordination program promoting social securities and welfares among Hoa Hao Buddhist Communities in the province.
Pao Dung singing of Vietnam’s Dao ethnic minority people and the Ky Yen festival of the Tay ethnic minority were recognized as intangible cultural heritage at a ceremony in the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan on Thursday.
The fifth national congress of Cau Kho Tam Quan Caodai Church was successfully convened on October 8-9 at its Holy See located in Tam Quan ward of Binh Dinh province’s Hoai Nhon city.
Tan Vien Buddhist Cultural Publication Ltd was formally launched at a ceremony held on October 7 at its representative office in Hanoi.
The authorities of Tan Ky district in the central province of Nghe An has formally inaugurated a temple dedicated to Lê Lợi, who later crowned as King Lê Thái Tổ, during Buon Xao Festival and on occasion of 602nd anniversary of Lam Son Uprising.
The new academic year of the Buddhist College in the central province of Quang Nam was kicked off at a solemn ceremony held on October 6.
The management board of the temple dedicated to Great General Hưng Đạo located in Phu Ha ward of Ninh Thuan province’s Phan Rang – Thap Cham city held on October 6 a solemn ceremony for commemorating the 720th Anniversary of his death.
The Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS) chapter in Phu Tho has successfully raised over 3.6 billion VND for social and charitable programs for the last nine months of 2020.
Buu Ngoc pagoda located in Dong Thanh commune of Tien Giang province’s Go Cong Tay district in collaboration with the commune Vietnam Fatherland Front held a ceremony on October 4 for inaugurating a new rural traffic bridge in the locality.
Vietnam has entered the 34th consecutive day without COVID-19 community infections as no new cases were reported on October 6 morning, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has decided to add 23 cultural icons to the list of national intangible cultural heritages.
Located in Dam Thuy Commune of Cao Bang province’s Trung Khanh district and inaugurated on December 15, 2014, Phat Tich Truc Lam Ban Gioc Pagoda is the first pagoda built in the northern border of Viet Nam, just 500 meters from the Ban Gioc waterfall.
Vietnam has gone through 33 straight days without a single COVID-19 community infection as no new cases were reported on October 5 morning.
Cao Dai followers in the southern province of Tay Ninh and neighbouring localities celebrated their biggest festival in the year to pray for good weather, national peace, and prosperity on October 1 – the 15th day of the 8th lunar month.
A photo contest that has kicked off in Hanoi, is seeking beautiful and artistic angles of Buddhism through the lens of domestic and foreign photographers.