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Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc (left) shakes hands with folk culture researcher Nguyễn Hải Liên (Source: VNA)

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has underlined the importance of upholding culture heritage values and turning culture into livelihoods for people.

During a ceremony to receive collectibles of intangible cultural research presented by folk culture researcher Nguyễn Hải Liên to the Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Art Studies in Hanoi on November 23, PM Phúc praised the researcher for his great contributions to enriching Vietnam’s cultural treasure.
He said cultural identity is one of the core elements that make up the national identity and is considered a fundamental strength in building the great national unity bloc.

The diversity, richness and uniqueness of culture are not only advantages of the tourism sector, but also an important impetus to attract resources for the country’s development, he added.

The PM stated that the collectibles  will be continuously preserved, developed and popularised widely in the community.

The State management work of culture urgently needs cooperation and contributions of dedicated individuals like Liên, towards conserving, upholding folk cultural values of the nation, he said.

PM Phúc asked the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to implement projects to preserve scripts of ethnic minority groups, and pay more attention to enriching  the country’s folk culture treasure.

Researcher Liên was born in the central province of Quang Nam – the cradle of  Bai Choi folklore-style singing.

Over the last 30 years, he conducted researches and collected intangible culture values of the Champa and Raglai ethnic minority communities.

By his tireless efforts, Liên contributed to restoring almost all festivals of Champa people, and promoting tourism development in parallel with the preservation of culture heritage through festivals in the My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam.

Regarding Raglai culture, he collected six massive epics, especially the Sa-Ea epic.

During many years of searching, he discovered and restored traditional costumes of Raglai people which have been lost for decades./.

Source: vietnamplus.vn

Culture should be turned into heritage and livelihoods for people: PMDuring a ceremony to receive collectibles of intangible cultural research presented by folk culture researcher Nguyễn Hải Liên to the Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Art Studies in Hanoi on November 23, PM Phúc praised the researcher for his great
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