Vietnam-Japan cultural space opens

Monday - 28/05/2018 09:55

Vietnam-Japan cultural space opens

Vietnam-Japan cultural space opens
The Vietnam-Japan cultural space was opened in Hoi An city (Quang Nam province) on 11 November by the Quang Nam provincial People’s Committee and Nagasaki province (Japan) with the participation of Prime Minister (PM) of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phuc and PM of Japan Shinzo Abe.
Vietnam-Japan cultural space opens

PM Phuc and PM Abe and provincial leaders of two provinces at the opening ceremony.
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Chairman Thu gives a speech at the event.

Speaking at the event, Chairman of Quang Nam People’s Committee remarked the Vietnam-Japan cultural space includes various activities of exhibition, cultural art performance exchanges, especially the model of ancient ship given to Hoi An city by Nagasaki province.

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Two nations’ delegates at the event.

The space will be maintained regularly and becomes a symbol of good and sustainable traditional relationship between two nations of Vietnam and Japan. At the same time, it will be a unique tourism product, particularly to Japanese tourists to Hoi An city. PMs Phuc and Abe cut the red ribbon to open the space, visiting Nguyen Minh Khai street and having dinner at Hoa Anh Dao restaurant in the ancient town.

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PM Abe (left) and PM Phuc cutting the red ribbon to inaugurate the space that covers Nguyen Thi Minh Khai street and the area of Japanese Bridge.
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Participants besides the ancient ship.
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Playing the flute.
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Vietnamese and Japanese PMs greet local people. Vietnam-Japan cultural space opens - Ảnh minh hoạ 8
The participants take a souvenir photo


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