Children enjoyed activities in the program

Over the past one year, the program has drawn the participation of 19,086 students.

The information was released at the conference to review one-year implementing the program held in Hanoi on August 28th.

The programme was implemented by the Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center in coordination with Hanoi city Department of Education and Training.

The two outstanding program were "I work as an archeologist" and "I study heritage", showing new approaches in heritage education, helping children actively explore and learn about heritage through interactive activities.

The program drew the participation of children (Photo source:

The Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center developed historical education topics which were suitable for each educational level association with historical lesions to study heritages; organized exhibitions on traditional cultures such as lunar New year, Mid-Autumn festival, Vietnamese folk games.

Deputy Director of Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center Nguyen Thanh Quang said that the center also invited researchers and historians such as Prof. Le Van Lan, Prof. Dr. Trinh Sinh, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Trung Tin as well as artisans to have talks and exchange with students in order to help them to have more knowledge on national culture and history./.

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