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Dong Thap Museum receives large artefact donation

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More than 500 artefacts and antiques have been presented to Dong Thap Museum in the southern province of Dong Thap by Nguyen Ngoc An, a collector from the central province of Binh Thuan.

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Over 500 artifacts and antiques have been presented to Dong Thap Museum. — VNA/VNS Photos Nguyen Van Tri

According to Nguyen Minh Phuoc, the director of the museum, the donated objects are mostly jewellery and ceramic artefacts like necklaces, bracelets, rings, bowls, cups and jars

All the artefacts belong to Dong Son Culture, Sa Huynh Culture, Cham, Ma, Chinese, Japanese and southern Vietnam’s cultures, dating back to as long as 1000BC to the early 20th century.

They have high historical, cultural and artistic values, reflecting the production process and creativity of the Vietnamese in different historical periods, said the director.

On this occasion the Dong Thap Provincial People’s Committee presented a Certificate of Merit to collector An for his donation.

Reviewing the tradition of Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23, 1945), Phuoc said there have been remarkable results in recent years in the preservation and promotion of national cultural heritage.

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Dong Thap Museum is home to more than 30,000 artifacts, including those of exclusive and rare types. 

According to the Department of Cultural Heritage under the ministry of culture, Vietnam boasts eight world cultural heritages, 112 special national relics, 3,500 national relics and more than 10,000 provincial relics.

In addition, 191 artefacts have been recognised as national treasures and more than 200 intangible cultural heritages have been inscribed in the national intangible cultural heritage category.

Nearly 100,000 antiques and artefacts have been collected, researched and preserved in 154 museums nationwide, the director added.

A blend of Eastern and Western architecture, interesting exhibits, and a lush green outdoor space looking to the Cao Lanh River make Dong Thap Museum in Cao Lanh City one of the best tourism attractions in the Mekong Delta.

The museum which was established in 1978, is home to more than 30,000 artefacts, including three recognised as national treasures.

It is committed to teaching younger generations about the province’s history and heroic tradition.

The museum’s management board is collaborating with partners in other historical relics and scenic spots in the province to promote local tourism. It targets to welcome over 100,000 visitors each year.  VNS

Source: https://vietnamnet.vn/en/entertainment-sports/dong-thap-museum-receives-large-artefact-donation-693004.html

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Exhibition on Communist Party of Vietnam opens in Hanoi

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An exhibition on the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) opened at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts in Hanoi today, to mark the CPV’s 91st founding anniversary (February 3, 1930) and welcome the upcoming 13th National Party Congress.

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The “Dang ta that la vi dai!” (Our Party is great) exhibition is being co-organised by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the National Library of Vietnam, the Vietnam Military History Museum, and the Museum of Vietnamese Youth.

It features multiple sections, including one displaying photos and documents on the CPV’s history.

Some 200 photos, 100 documents and exhibits, along with nearly 250 publications are being on display, telling how the Party led the Vietnamese people to independence and recorded great achievements during the “Doi moi” (renewal) process and the era of international integration, as well as Party building efforts today.

Of particular note, images of the previous 12 National Party Congresses and nearly 60 posters featuring the 13th National Party Congress are also on showcase in a separate section.

Another section exhibits photos on the contributions made by the Vietnam People’s Army and the People’s Public Security in the construction and safeguarding of the socialist Vietnamese Fatherland.

Photos, documents, and other exhibits depicting the trust of Vietnamese youth in the CPV’s leadership and how they have followed President Ho Chi Minh’s words are showcased.

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Students look at the exhibits (Photo: VNA)

Addressing the opening ceremony, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hoang Dao Cuong said that the exhibition aims to highlight the CPV’s leadership during the country’s struggle for independence, “Doi moi” (renewal) process, and national construction, and the Vietnamese people’s achievements in constructing and safeguarding the socialist Vietnamese Fatherland.

It is also to foster patriotism, especially of the youths, he added.

The event will run until January 24./.VNA

Source: https://vietnamnet.vn/en/entertainment-sports/exhibition-on-communist-party-of-vietnam-opens-in-hanoi-706545.html

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Brazilian forward misses two penalties in V. League clash

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Brazilian forward misses two penalties in V. League clash

Brazilian forward Claudecir (R) puts the ball on the penalty spot during a V. League game between Hong Linh Ha Tinh and Than Quang Ninh on January 17, 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Duc Hung.


Claudecir dos Reis Rodrigues Júnior, commonly known as Claudecir, failed to convert two penalties in a V. League match Sunday, leading to his club Hong Linh Ha Tinh’s defeat.

Hong Linh lost 1-2 to Than Quang Ninh in the opening round of V. League. In the 33rd minute, Claudecir was fouled inside the box, and the referee rewarded Ha Tinh a penalty. The 31-year-old’s shot subsequently went wide.

With Claudecir’s miss, Ha Tinh failed to extend their lead. Earlier in the game, they got the opener by Tran Phi Son. Witnessing the inaccurate penalty, Ha Tinh coach Pham Minh Duc could do little but provide a sheepish smile.

In stoppage time of the first half, Claudecir had the chance to redeem himself when Ha Tinh were awarded another penalty. However, the Brazilian failed to put enough power into his shot, which the Quang Ninh keeper easily saved.

Quang Ninh scored two goals to turn the tied in the last eight minutes of the game.

Claudecir is renowned in the V. League, having played in Vietnam since 2016. He won the domestic club title with Quang Nam FC in 2017. The forward became the top scorer of the season with 12 goals. However, he lost his form during the next two seasons, scoring only six goals.

The Brazilian moved to Hai Phong FC at the start of the 2020 before being loaned to Quang Ninh in the second phase. Claudecir joined Ha Tinh in the transfer window for the 2021 season.

Source: https://e.vnexpress.net/news/sports/football/brazilian-forward-misses-two-penalties-in-v-league-clash-4222740.html

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Defending champions Viettel stumble in V.League 1 opener

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Nguyễn Phú Nguyên celebrates his goal, which turned out to be the winner. Photo thethaovanhoa.vn

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HÀ NỘI — Viettel’s new slogan ‘Your Way’ might be a good fit for a telecommunications company, but having the words plastered around Hàng Đẫy Stadium’s advertising hoardings did the football club no favours on Saturday.

That’s because Hải Phòng really had ‘their way’ with Viettel’s football side for much of the defending V.League 1 champion’s opening fixture of the 2021 season.

While the visitors only came away with a slender 1-0 victory, the manner of the defeat will be concerning for Viettel coach Trương Việt Hoàng, who watched his normally watertight defence look decidedly shaky against a Hải Phòng side so unfancied they didn’t even have a player featured in the league’s swishy season-opening promo video.

It took just two minutes for Hải Phòng to expose that frail defence, bereft of captain Bùi Tiến Dũng and Quế Ngọc Hải, as good linkup play between forwards Andre Fagan and Jermie Lynch and a poor challenge from Viettel defender Walter Luiz gave Lynch a sight at goal, but keeper Trần Nguyên Mạnh was able to beat the shot away.

Luiz was at fault for the goal 13 minutes later when the Brazilian failed to deal with a high ball and Fagan outpaced him to race through on goal. The Jamaican’s shot was saved by Mạnh, but Nguyễn Phú Nguyên was on hand to net the rebound and send the loud visiting support into raptures.

The away side should have doubled their lead on 29 minutes after a quick counterattack ended with Lynch taking a shot from just inside the box, but his effort struck the inside of the post and bounced agonisingly across the face of goal and out for a goal-kick.

Viettel’s best chance of the first half came in the 37th minute when Venâncio Caíque laid the ball off to Bùi Duy Thường after a nice move, but his powerful volley was comfortably saved by Nguyễn Văn Toản.

Hải Phòng had yet another chance to make it two late in the first half after Lynch outpaced Silva and squared to Fagan, but Mạnh was equal to his effort, as well as the rebound from Nguyễn Hữu Khôi.

Coach Hoàng rang the changes at half-time, taking off the struggling Luiz and changing Viettel’s shape, which put them in the ascendancy and changed the complexion of the match, and one briefly felt Hải Phòng might be made to pay for their wastefulness in front of goal.

Their best chance to equalise came in the 61st minute when the silky Nguyễn Hoàng Đức somehow squeezed between two Hải Phòng players and found Pedro Paulo on the edge of the six-yard box, but the Brazilian couldn’t control the ball and Văn Toản smothered the ball and the golden opportunity.

While Viettel dominated possession for the rest of the match, Paulo’s miss was as close as they came to snatching a point, kicking their league title defence off to an inauspicious start.

Hà Nội stunned

Elsewhere in the opening weekend of fixtures, Nam Định shocked Hà Nội FC 3-0 on Friday night at Thiên Trường Stadium.

The visitors are among the favourites for the title this season, but two goals from Gramoz Kurtaj and one from Rodrigo Dias left them reeling. Hà Nội coach Chu Đình Nghiêm lamented the poor state of the pitch after the match, but that alone doesn’t explain such a stunning reversal.

In Saturday’s other matches, Sông Lam Nghệ An and newcomers Bình Định drew 1-1, while Becamex Bình Dương defeated Thanh Hóa 1-0. —

Source: https://vietnamnews.vn/sports/858044/defending-champions-viettel-stumble-in-vleague-1-opener.html

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