‘Sac bua’ singing recognised as national intangible cultural heritage

‘Sac bua’ singing recognised as national intangible cultural heritage

NDO/VNA – ‘Sac bua’ (Tet greeting) singing in Phu Le commune, Ba Tri district, in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, has been named a national intangible cultural heritage. (Apr 14, 2017)

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