Vietnam holds art performance in SydneyFriday, December 22,2017
AsemconnectVietnam - An art exchange programme staged by artists from the Vietnam Contemporary Art Theatre was held in Sydney on December 20.
The show titled “Vietnam – spring beauty” was organised by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to promote Vietnam’s tourism in Australia and to call on overseas Vietnamese to strengthen solidarity and preserve traditional culture.
Vietnamese Consul General in Sydney Trinh Duc Hai suggested the two countries tighten coordination to promote tourism and enhance bilateral friendship, especially when they celebrate the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties in 2018.
The 90-minute performance featured various ethnic cultures from across Vietnam.
Apart from enjoying traditional melodies, visitors could admire pictures capturing Vietnamese land and people displayed at the campus of the Consulate General.
Earlier, the programme was held in Melbourne in Victoria State.
Chairman of the Association of Vietnamese Entrepreneurs in Australia Tran Ba Phuc described this as a meaningful activity, demonstrating the Party and State’s attention to preserving traditional values among Vietnamese expatriates.
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