Belarus Cultural Days in Vietnam 2023 opens
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam coordinated with the Ministry of Culture of Belarus to organise an art performance programme along with the opening ceremony of the Belarus Cultural Days in Vietnam 2023 at the Saigon Opera House in Ho Chi Minh City, on May 24.
The Belarus Cultural Days in Vietnam are being held in Ho Chi Minh City and Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province from May 24 to 27.
The significant cultural event aims to implement cooperation agreements in the field of culture and art between the two countries. Through this activity, Vietnamese audiences and international friends have the opportunity to enjoy the unique cultural values of Belarus alongside art performances and painting exhibitions.
In addition to activities in Ho Chi Minh City, an art performance programme by Belarusian artists is also taking place in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, helping the southern people of Vietnam enjoy and better understand the background of Belarusian culture.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam Ta Quang Dong expressed his belief that this year's Belarus Cultural Days in Vietnam would continue to further strengthen cultural exchange relations between the two countries, thus contributing to promoting the growing friendship and traditional cooperation between Vietnam and Belarus.
Previously, within the framework of the Belarus Cultural Days in Vietnam 2023, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam coordinated with the Ministry of Culture of Belarus to open an exhibition on Belarus at the Ho Chi Minh City Museum.
The exhibition introduces 31 paintings by famous young artists from the Belarusian Artists' Association and the Belarusian National Academy of Arts, bringing the beautiful landscape of Belarus to the Vietnamese public.
The exhibition not only provides the Vietnamese public with an opportunity to enjoy the unique cultural values and landscape of Belarus, but also the unique features of the traditional painting of Belarus.