Tour guide: Ms. LY Tiet Hanh, delegate of the National Assembly of Vietnam, head of the delegation of the National Assembly of Binh Dinh province; Mr. Vo Dinh Kha, Deputy Director of the Department of Foreign Affairs of Binh Dinh Province; Mr. Tran Thanh Son, Deputy Director of ICISE Center (International Center for Interdisciplinary Science and Education).


1. Binh Dinh Traditional Martial Arts Club Visit to Long Phuoc Pagoda (Tuy Phuoc District, Binh Dinh Province): Here, the group witnessed performances of Binh Dinh's unique traditional martial arts exercises . Binh Dinh province is the cradle of Vietnam's famous traditional martial arts, whose tradition existed from the Tay Son dynasty of King Quang Trung. Binh Dinh has more than 100 traditional martial arts clubs.




2. Visit to the Lang Song seminary, cradle of Vietnamese Quoc Ngu writing (which uses Latin letters to represent sounds): here the group visited the remains of one of the first three Quoc Ngu writing printing houses in Vietnam. The Lang Song printing press was built in 1836 and operated until 1935. Binh Dinh province is where Vietnam's national script was born, helping Vietnam escape the use of Chinese characters and to become independent in terms of writing and culture.




3. Visit the Thap Doi Twin Towers (Hung Thanh Tower): The Twin Towers are one of the 14 groups of Cham towers that still exist today in Binh Dinh province. The tower was built between the 12th and 12th centuries of the Champa kingdom. Binh Dinh province is where the ancient capital of the Champa kingdom once existed.



4. Meet and greet Mr. Ho Quoc Dung, Secretary General of Binh Dinh Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of Binh Dinh Provincial People's Council. The delegation was also welcomed by Mr. Lam Hai Giang, Vice Chairman of the People's Committee of Binh Dinh Province; Mr. Bui Trung Hieu Deputy Director of the Department of Culture of Binh Dinh Province.