integration and enhances the country's status, said Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Doan Van Viet at the 5-year evaluation workshop on the implementation of the strategy for developing cultural industries (2016-2021) held on September 12 in Hanoi.
The National Strategy on the Development of Vietnamese Cultural Industries is a huge effort of the country in realizing UNESCO’s Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (Convention 2005).
Plenty of indoor tourist attractions, traditional markets, and supermarkets in the Central region welcomed thousands of visitors to visit, enjoy or buy specialties as gifts on the four-day national vacation.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong attended and delivered a speech at the National Cultural Conference to implement the 13th National Party Congress’ Resolution held by the Politburo and Party Central Committee’s Secretariat on November 24 via videoconference.
The latest approved cultural development strategy of Vietnam mentioned a specific focus on certain potential culture industries such as film production, visual arts, cultural tourism. This, to a large extent, has clearly encouraged people in the field to keep pace with the global trend and created a more favorable environment for a stronger growth of the national culture industries.
Digitization is a common trend of many industries and fields in the era of the fourth industrial revolution, so culture and art are no exception. Thanks to digitization, Vietnamese cultural products are created favorable conditions to promote globally, increase interaction with the public, and store conveniently. However, it is not an easy thing to do.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on November 24 underlined the need to continue building, preserving and developing an advanced culture deeply imbued with national identity, making it a spiritual foundation and a growth motivation lighting the people's path ahead.
Two out of 15 enterprises in the equitization listed this year have successfully launched their Initial Public Offerings (IPO) and the remaining 13 are striving to equitize on schedule, said the Ho Chi Minh City Board of Business Management Innovation.