Meanwhile, many activities aiming to introduce ao dai ngu than have received the attention of the majority of the public. A space for the ao dai ngu than at the Heritage House (at No. 87 Ma May street, Hang Buom ward, Hoan Kiem District) has been kept by Hanoi’s Old Quarter Management Board in collaboration with Dinh Lang Viet (Vietnamese communal house in the village) Club, in early 2021. At the same time, at the Doc Sach Cung Con (Reading Books with Children) Club in Hanoi, a programmes showcasing the ao dai ngu than have been held, and spring tours in Hanoi’s Old Quarter in the traditional costume featuring members of the Dinh Lang Viet Club have created a good impression on viewers. Before that, in 2017, an Ao Dai Ngu Than Development Support Centre officially came into being, becoming a go-to address for those who love the traditional costume. The centre’s founders wish to organise many useful and practical promotional activities to help the public understand and appreciate the value of national costumes, thereby promoting the movement of wearing the traditional ao dai ngu than during holidays, such as at Tet (Lunar New Year) Festival, and also at festivals;… Read full this story
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