Xoan singing – spotlight of tour to ancestral land
Xoan-singing clubs in the ancestral land of Phu Tho have become busier welcoming both domestic and foreign tourists after the folk genre of music was added to the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in late 2017.
Tour featuring Xoan singing vital to preserve intangible heritage
The northern province of Phu Tho launched a daily tour from Ha Noi to the land of Hung Kings in early April, allowing tourists to explore traditional Xoan singing. The…
Tour explores Xoan singing in ancient village
A ceremony to announce a tourism product called “Xoan singing in ancient village” and daily tour linking Ha Noi and the northern midland province of Phu Tho took place in…
Phu Tho receives UNESCO heritage of humanity certificate for Xoan Singing
Xoan Singing of the northern province of Phu Tho received a UNESCO certificate of an intangible cultural heritage of humanity at a ceremony at Lai Len Shrine, Viet Tri city, Phu Tho on February 3.
Xoan Singing to receive official recognition as heritage of humanity
Xoan Singing of northern Phu Tho province will receive the official recognition as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity from UNESCO in a ceremony at Lai Len Shrine, Viet Tri city, Phu Tho on February 3.  
Viet Nam’s xoan singing recognised as intangible cultural heritage of humanity
Xoan singing, a community performance art from northern Viet Nam, which faced the risk of extinction several years ago, has been added by UNESCO to its representative list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
Xoan singing to become intangible cultural heritage of humanity
“Hat Xoan” (Xoan singing), a celebrated art form in Viet Nam’s northern province of Phu Tho, which was recorgnised by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage in need of urgent safeguarding, is expected to be recognised as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by 2017. 
2016 Hung Kings temple festival features Xoan singing
Numerous activities featuring traditional Xoan singing will be organised during the upcoming 2016 Hung Kings Temple festival, said Nguyen Dac Thuy, Deputy Director of the Phu Tho provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
UNESCO nomination for Xoan singing to be submitted before March 31
The nomination paper for Xoan singing to be recognised as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity must be submitted to UNESCO before March 31.
Phu Tho prepares for 2016 Hung Kings Temple Festival
The death anniversary of the Hung Kings and the 2016 Hung Kings Temple Festival will take place from April 12-16 with a string of new activities, said the organising board.
Phu Tho moves to preserve Xoan singing
The northeast province of Phu Tho is undertaking all necessary actions to preserve and revive Xoan singing, according to Ha Ke San, Vice-Chairman of the People's Committee of the northern province of Phu Tho. 
Phu Tho acts to save cultural treasures
The northeastern province of Phu Tho has devised measures to preserve its cultural assets in the long run, including rituals worshipping the Hung Kings and “xoan” singing.
Hue Festival offers feast of traditional music
The ongoing Hue Festival in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue offered visitors a feast of traditional music in the evening of April 16. 
Phu Tho boosts investment in tourism
(TITC) - In order to develop tourism into key economic sector, by 2020, Phu Tho Province will spend more than VND 5,800 billion on tourism development and about VND 13,000 billion by 2030.
Gov't helps to keep xoan alive
A 165 billion VND (7.85 million USD) project funded by the Government will help encourage artisans, amateur singers and young people in the northern province of Phu Tho to preserve xoan singing.