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The sixth Global Environment Facility (GEF) Assembly and Associated Meetings organised by GEF and Vietnam's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) will be held at the Ariyana Convention Centre from June 23rd - 29th 2018.

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Under the 2018 Da Nang - Summer Rendezvous programme, which will run from 16 to 20 June, a wide range of fascinating cultural and sporting activities, will be held at the East Sea Park, the beaches, the Son Tra Peninsula, and along both banks of the Han River.

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Numerous festivals in early spring

During these early days of the Lunar New Year, numerous traditional festivals are being held across Da Nang to pray for peace and prosperity through the year.

A traditional festival began jubilantly at the Tuy Loan Village Communal House in Hoa Vang District's Hoa Phong Commune on Tuesday (the 10th day of the 1st lunar month).

This two-day event features various solemn traditional festive activities, including an incense offering ceremony in commemoration of national heroes and ancestors, and the floating of flower garlands and coloured lanterns on the Tuy Loan river.

In addition, local people and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy folk games and traditional competitions such as "bai choi" (singing while acting as playing cards), grilling "banh trang" (soft rice paper), cooking "banh chung" (square glutinous rice cakes), tug of war, climbing banana trees, catching eels, and interesting boat races.

The Hoa My Village Communal House festival will take place in Lien Chieu District's Hoa Minh Ward on the 12thday of the 1st lunar month which will fall on 21 February.

The Head of the district's Culture and Information Office, Mr Tran Cong Khue, said that the organisers were actively involved in the preparations for this festival which will mark it's 20th birthday.

Furthermore, a Cau Ngu (fish worshipping) festival, the biggest festival for Da Nang fishermen, will be held in Thanh Khe District on the 16th day of the 1st lunar month, which will fall on 25 February.  In the context of the current economic crisis, this year's event will be held on just one day instead of the two days of previous years.

The event features the traditional whale worshipping ceremony, and games such as fishing net knitting and coracle racing.  Its aims are to enhance solidarity among fishermen to help them overcome difficulties they face in their work and to honour their ancestors.

The Quan The Am (Avalokitecvara) festival will be held at the Avalokitecvara Pagoda at the Marble Mountains on the 19th day of the 2nd lunar month, which this year will fall on 30 March.

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