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Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
( listen) is a province of Vietnam, located in the Red River Delta of the northern part of the country. It is situated to the east of the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi, and borders Bắc Giang Province, Hưng Yên Province, Hải Dương Province, Thái Nguyên Province and Hanoi. The province's name derives from Sino-Vietnamese 北寧 and literally means "northern serenity". The province is rich in culture and is known nationally for Quan họ folk music. Quan họ
Quan họ
was recognised as the Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO
in 2009.[3]


1 History 2 Geography

2.1 Topography 2.2 Natural resources 2.3 Climate

3 Administration divisions

3.1 Table of local government districts

4 Demographics 5 Transport 6 Economy 7 Culture 8 Education

8.1 Primary and secondary education 8.2 Higher education

9 Notable people 10 International relations 11 References 12 External links

History[edit] Under the dynasties of the Hùng kings, Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
belonged to bộ Vu Ninh (bộ is at a local level the highest administrative unit under the dynasties of the Hùng kings). Under the Lý and Trần dynasties, it belonged to lộ Bắc Ninh; it belonged to thừa tuyên Kinh Bac under the Lê dynasty
Lê dynasty
and then changed into trấn Kinh Bac and Bac Ninh. Under the Minh Mạng
Minh Mạng
dynasty (1831) it was renamed Bac Ninh province. On October 27, 1962, Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
province and the neighbouring Bắc Giang Province were united as Hà Bắc Province. On November 6, 1996 at the 10th Session of the 9th National Congress, Hà Bắc province was separated into two provinces, Bac Ninh and Bac Giang. The administrative system of Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
province operates since January 1, 1997. Geography[edit] Topography[edit] Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
has a rather even and flat terrain, mainly sloping from north to south and west to east, causing currents to flow down into Duong River and Thái Bình River. The terrain odds is not much; field areas are 3-7m high and hill and mountain areas are 300-400m high above sea level. Its hills and mountains only make up 0.53 per cent of its natural area mainly in the two districts of Quế Võ and Tiên Du. Besides, there are shallow depressions along dykes under districts of Gia Binh, Luong Tai, Que Vo, and Yen Phong. Natural resources[edit] The province's total natural land area is 822.7 km2, in which agricultural land, forestry land, specialized and residential land and unused land accounts for 54%, 0.7%, 31% and 14.3% respectively. The province's mineral reserve is limited: mainly construction materials such as clay in Que Vo and Tien Du, sandstone in Thi Cau, Vu Ninh, Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
town and peat in Yen Phong. Climate[edit] Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
features a warm humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cwa) with plentiful precipitation. Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
is located in a tropical monsoon region. The annual average temperature is 24 °C. The highest is 30 °C in July; the lowest is 15 °C in January. The province experiences the typical climate of northern Vietnam, where summers are hot and humid, and winters are, by national standards, relatively cold and dry. Summers, lasting from May to September, are hot and humid, receiving the majority of the annual 1,680 millimetres (66.1 in) of rainfall. The winters, lasting from November to March, are relatively mild, dry (in the first half) or humid (in the second half), while spring (April) can bring light rains. Autumn (October) is the best time of the year in terms of weather. The average annual sunshine is 1,530-1,776 hours, relative humidity is 79%.[4]

Climate data for Bắc Ninh

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Average high °C (°F) 19.9 (67.8) 20.4 (68.7) 23 (73) 27.4 (81.3) 31.8 (89.2) 33 (91) 32.8 (91) 32.2 (90) 31.2 (88.2) 29 (84) 25.6 (78.1) 22.1 (71.8) 27.37 (81.18)

Daily mean °C (°F) 16.5 (61.7) 17.4 (63.3) 20 (68) 24 (75) 27.7 (81.9) 29.2 (84.6) 29.2 (84.6) 28.8 (83.8) 27.7 (81.9) 25.2 (77.4) 21.6 (70.9) 18.5 (65.3) 23.82 (74.87)

Average low °C (°F) 13.2 (55.8) 14.4 (57.9) 17.1 (62.8) 20.6 (69.1) 23.7 (74.7) 24.6 (76.3) 25.5 (77.9) 25.4 (77.7) 24.2 (75.6) 21.4 (70.5) 17.7 (63.9) 14.9 (58.8) 20.23 (68.42)

Average rainfall mm (inches) 12 (0.47) 33 (1.3) 34 (1.34) 87 (3.43) 211 (8.31) 245 (9.65) 332 (13.07) 337 (13.27) 234 (9.21) 98 (3.86) 34 (1.34) 23 (0.91) 1,680 (66.16)

Source: climate-data.org[5]

Administration divisions[edit]

Administration divisions

Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
is subdivided into 8 district-level sub-divisions:

6 districts:

Gia Bình Lương Tài Quế Võ Thuận Thành Tiên Du Yên Phong

1 district-level town:

Từ Sơn

1 provincial city:

Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh

They are further subdivided into 6 commune-level towns (or townlets), 97 communes, and 23 wards. The Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
Province People's Committee is a 9-member executive council for the province. The current chairman is Nguyễn Nhân Chiến. There are several vice chairmen and chairwomen on the committee with responsibility for various province departments. The legislative branch of the province government is called the People's Council and consists of 50 deputies. Both the committee and the council are subordinate to the province's Communist Party, currently led by Party Secretary Trần Văn Túy. The chairman of the People's Committee is the No. 2 position in the city government while chairman of the People's Council is No. 3. Table of local government districts[edit]

Name Division type Population (2009) Area (km²) Towns (huyện lỵ or thị trấn) (bold) and communes (xã)

Bắc Ninh City (thành phố) 164,307 82.6 Wards (phường):Đáp Cầu, Thị Cầu, Vũ Ninh, Suối Hoa, Ninh Xá, Tiền An, Vệ An, Vạn An, Kinh Bắc, Đại Phúc, Võ Cường, Vân Dương, Hạp Lĩnh. Communes (xã): Hòa Long, Phong Khê, Khúc Xuyên, Kim Chân, Nam Sơn, Khắc Niệm

Từ Sơn Township (thị xã) 140,040 61.3 Wards (phường): Châu Khê, Đình Bảng, Đông Ngàn, (Đồng Nguyên, Đồng Kỵ, Tân Hồng, Trang Hạ. Communes (xã): Hương Mạ, Phù Chẩn, Phù Khê, Tam Sơn, Tương Giang.

Thuận Thành District District (huyện) 144,536 117.9 Hồ, An Bình, Đại Đồng Thành, Đình Tổ, Gia Đông, Hà Mãn, Hoài Thượng, Mão Điền, Nghĩa Đạo, Ngũ Thái, Nguyệt Đức, Ninh Xá, Song Hồ, Song Liễu, Thanh Khương, Trạm Lộ, Trí Quả, Xuân Lâm.

Quế Võ District District (huyện) 135,938 149.1 Phố Mới, Bằng An, Bồng Lai, Cách Bi, Chi Lăng, Đức Long, Châu Phong, Đào Viên, Đại Xuân, Hán Quảng, Mộ Đạo, Nhân Hoà, Ngọc Xá, Phượng Mao, Phương Liễu, Phù Lãng, Phù Lương, Quế Tân, Việt Hùng, Việt Thống và Yên Giả.

Tiên Du District District (huyện) 124,396 96.2 Lim,Cảnh Hưng, Đại Đồng, Hiên Vân, Lạc Vệ, Liên Bão, Minh Đạo, Nội Duệ, Phật Tích, Phú Lâm, Tân Chi, Tri Phương, Việt Đoàn, Hoàn Sơn.

Yên Phong District District (huyện) 126,660 95.2 Chờ, Dũng Liệt, Đông Phong, Đông Thọ, Đông Tiến, Hòa Tiến, Long Châu, Tam Đa, Tam Giang, Thụy Hòa, Trung Nghĩa, Văn Môn, Yên Phụ, Yên Trung.

Gia Bình District District (huyện) 92,269 107.9 Gia Bình, Giang Sơn, Song Giang, Đông Cứu, Lãng Ngâm, Đại Bái, Quỳnh Phú, Đại Lai, Xuân Lai, Nhân Thắng, Thái Bảo, Bình Dương, Vạn Ninh, Cao Đức.

Lương Tài District District (huyện) 96,326 105.7 Thứa, An Thịnh, Bình Định, Lai Hạ, Lâm Thao, Minh Tân, Mỹ Hương, Phú Hòa, Phú Lương, Quảng Phú, Tân Lãng, Trung Chính, Trung Kênh, Trừng Xá.


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In terms of land area, Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
is the smallest of all Vietnamese provinces (and in fact, is smaller than any of the five province-level municipalities). It is, however, home to a relatively large number of people for its size, having the highest population density of any province. On average, there are over 1,200 people for every square kilometre of land in Bắc Ninh. According to the census of 1 April 2009, the population was 1,024,472 with a density of 1,262 people/km², 5 times the national average. There are 27 ethnic groups in the province, of these ethnic Vietnamese comprised 99,67%. Transport[edit]

1A Highway

The geographical position and infrastructure. Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
is situated about 30 kilometres from Hanoi
and Noi Bai International Airport, and some 100 km from Haiphong, Halong, Cai Lan Port and Lạng Sơn bordergate.

Roadway: The province has over 3,906.8 km of road, 104.8 km of which are from 4 routes of national roads of No1 (old and new routes) (linking Hanoi
– Bacninh – Lạng Sơn), No18 (Noi Bai – Bacninh – Hạ Long), and No38 (Bacninh – Haiduong – Haiphong), the Noi Bai-Hạ Long Expressway 251 km from routes of provincial roads, 404 km from district and urban areas, and some 3,147 km from commune and hamlet roads. Waterway: Three big rivers flowing through Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
comprise the Cau River leaving 42 km long, Thái Bình River 17 km long, and Duong River 42 km long. Besides, there are Dap Cau Port, and two special ports of the Cau River. Railway: A 20-km Hanoi-Lang Son Rail Route runs through Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
and 4 railway stations of Tu Son, Lim, Bắc Ninh, and Thi Cau. A 39-km Yen Vien-Pha Lai Rail Route is planned to be constructed in the districts of Tien Du, Tu Son, Que Vo and Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
City. Power supply: Power is stably supplied for production and domestic consumption. 120 km of 110kV national grid; 249.3 km of 35-kV electric lines; 3,700 km of 0.4kV electric lines. All districts and cities have national grid and all households use electricity.


Dong Ho style print

Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
Province lies on the major traffic artery linking Vietnam and China – which is a strongly growing market and expected to be larger as the China - ASEAN free trade area is formed. It also lies on the Nanning - Lạng Sơn - Hanoi
- Hai Phong and Nanning - Singapore economic corridors, the Hanoi
capital city planning area and the busy Hanoi
- Hai Phong - Quảng Ninh economic development triangle. Bacninh Province is known as a light point in industrial development, has been lifting rapidly with long steps of industrialisation – modernisation. Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
has 15 industrial parks with total areas of 7,681 ha, of which nine have operated effectively. The industrial parks have lured 272 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects totaling to over $3.7 billion, including those invested by Canon, Samsung, P&Tel, Sumitomo, Foxconn, ABB, Orion, PepsiCo
and Nokia. They have attracted 254 domestic projects with total registered capital of over $1 billion and a labour force of more than 83,000. Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
has as many as 120 handicraft-producing villages, 62 of which are involved in producing traditional products such as copper casting (Dai Bai-Gia Binh), iron and steel (Da Hoi-Tu Son), and wooden products (Dong Ky-Kim Son). They have the upper hand and high potentials to contribute much to Bắc Ninh's economic development. In 2015, Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) increased 8.7% compared with 2014. The economic structure shifted in the right direction with agro-forestry-fishery accounted for 5.3%, industry and construction accounted for 75.6% and service 19.1%. Industrial production value was estimated at VND 610 trillion, up 9.1%. The total retail sale of goods and consumer service revenue reached over VND 39.7 trillion, up 15.4%, the total export turnover of goods was estimated at USD 23.2 billion, up 6.4%, the total state budget revenue in the province was estimated at VND 14,500 billion, up 14.3%.[7] Culture[edit]

Dâu Pagoda

Statue of Avalokiteshvara
Bodhisattva, crimson and gilded wood, Restored Lê dynasty, autumn of Bính Thân year (1656), at Bút Tháp Temple

Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
is hometown of not only Kinh Dương Vương – the very first king of ancient Viet ethic, but also of eight Kings of the Lý Dynasty. Many historical and cultural relics such as Đô Temple (where 8 kings of the Lý Dynasty are worshipped), Dâu Pagoda, the first pagoda in Vietnamese history, Bút Tháp Pagoda (an ancient pagoda), Phật Tích Pagoda, Dâu Pagoda
Dâu Pagoda
and local Literature Temple. Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
hosts thousands of local festivals from small to large, having special meaning such as the Dâu Pagoda
Dâu Pagoda
festival, the Lim festival, the Đô Temple festival and the Bà Chúa Kho
Bà Chúa Kho
temple festival. The quan họ style has its origins in what now constitutes the Bắc Ninh Province and was first recorded in the 13th century. It has traditionally been associated with the spring festivals that follow the celebration of Tết
(the Vietnamese New Year). Quan họ
Quan họ
is recognised as the Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO
in 2009. The village of Đông Hồ in the province of Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
is known as a center of production of traditional Vietnamese woodblock prints ( Đông Hồ painting), which are sold all throughout Vietnam
in time for the Lunar New Year
(Tết) celebrations.[8][9] Hồ chicken (gà Hồ) is a breed originating in Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
Province. Gà Hồ is a distinctly Vietnamese rare breed of chicken, familiar as a symbol in Vietnam. According to folklore, the chicken (particularly the roosters) have the five qualities of a man of honour: literacy, martial arts, physical strength, humanity and loyalty. The Gà Hồ rooster rising himself to welcome the sun is used as a symbol for the 3rd Asian Indoor Games, which were held in Vietnam
from 30 October till 8 November 2009. The symbolism in the context of the AIGs is that the rising rooster linked to the readiness of the sports industry of Vietnam
to host this major event. List of festivals in Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh

Name of festival and Conducted time Location Content

Phật Tích Pagoda festival (4th of the first Lunar month) Phat Tich commune, Tiên Du District Worship: "Quan Am" Buddha, and Emperor Ly Thanh Ton Coming to Buddhist area, praying for happy and prosperity.

Dong Ky fire-cracker festival (the 2nd of the first Lunar month) Dong Quang ward, Từ Sơn Worship: Thien Cuong De (Hung Vuong regime) Coming here to pray for lucky and happy and also have wrestle competition.

Chap festival (4th of the first Lunar month) Hoa Long commune, Bắc Ninh Worship: Truong Hong, Truong Hat Competition: singing Quan Ho, and tug of war

Nga Hoang Festival (7th of the first Lunar month) Yen Gia commune, Quế Võ District Worship: Linh Son, Mi Nuong Offering custom The Elbow custom of boys and girls

Tam Son Pagoda festival (8th–12th of the first Lunar month) Tam Son commune, Từ Sơn
Từ Sơn
District Worship: Buddha Entertainment: Puppet-showing, cockfighting, earthenware pot shattering, quan họ singing

Bo Son festival (9th of the first Lunar month) Khac Niem ward, Bắc Ninh The festival of Quan Họ village

Lim festival (13th–15th of the first Lunar month) Van Tuong commune, Tiên Du District Entertainment: Singing folk songs, Tug of war, Human chess, Cockfighting...

Bà Chúa Kho
Bà Chúa Kho
temple festival (14th of the first Lunar month) Co Me village, Vu Ninh ward, Bắc Ninh Worship: Bà Chúa Kho praying for happy and prosperity.

Diem festival Viem Xa village, Hoa Long commune, Bắc Ninh Worship: Thanh Tam Giang, Nam Hai Dai Vuong Competition: Singing quan họ, to vie the ball with each other.

To Pagoda festival (18th–23rd of the first Lunar month) Thai Bao commune, Gia Bình District Competition: Reading prayer-book, wrestling, regatta, weaving.

Phu Luu festival (8th of the third Lunar month) Tan Hong ward, Từ Sơn Worship: Tam Giang God Competition: Singing folksong, chess, and wrestling...

Dinh Bang village temple festival (12th–16th of the third Lunar moth) Dinh Bang ward, Từ Sơn Worship: God of mountain, God of river, and God of plants. Custom of sacrifice to the God Competition: wrestling, cockfighting

Đô Temple festival (14th-17th of the third Lunar month) Dinh Bang ward, Từ Sơn Worship: 8 Emperors of Lý Dynasty. Custom: Coronation, Offering incenses. Entertainment: Releasing pigeon, wrestling, cockfighting, singing folksongs

Kham festival (7th of the fourth Lunar month) Gia Dong commune, Thuận Thành District Worship: 3 totelary Gods. Custom: Receive with consideration Lac Long Quan to village temple praying for a good crop. Entertainment: Wrestling, cockfighting, chess

Dâu Pagoda
Dâu Pagoda
festival (8th of the fourth Lunar month) Thanh Khuong commune, Thuận Thành District Worship: Phap Van statue Custom: Pick up to pagoda, Offering incense, spaying Entertainment: stick dancing, dragon dancing... Entertainment: Wrestling, cockfighting, chess

Education[edit] Primary and secondary education[edit] Bacninh's education system is divided into 5 categories: pre-primary, primary, intermediate, secondary, and higher education. Kindergarten and kindergarten for children from 2 to 5 years old to form thinking for children. Create the habit, the day of this period (not all children must learn this level). Primary school level is also called the level, starting 6 years old. Level I consists of 5 levels, from grade 1 to grade 5. This is a grade school on, required for all students. Secondary level education: Level II includes 4 levels, from grade 6 to grade 9. Students must learn to school subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry (grade 8.9), Biology, Technology, written language, History, Geography, Education Citizens, Foreign Language, Health, Parenting Music - Visual Arts. In addition students have some information required such as: education outside the classroom on time, direction of education (grade 9), use of school ... To study the higher level students to participate in the examination enrollment. Level secondary school: Level III consists of 3 levels, from grade 10 to grade 12. To graduate level III, students must participate in the graduation exam secondary school of education and training.Notable high schools in Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
include Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
High School for the Gifted, Thuan Thanh No 1 High School, among others. Though the former schools are all public, private education is also available in Bắc Ninh. Students want to study in schools-public school to attend an examination of birth. The exam is held every year, by the Department of Education and Training of the local lead. At this level, students also study subjects similar in grade middle school. However, students in secondary school also take a number of other activities as the business, vocational ... Higher education[edit] Bacninh has had universities and colleges, vocational training skill secondary schools and centres providing investors with labour source suitable for demand on high technical qualification of enterprises.

Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
University of Physical Education and Sports(UPES1) Kinh Băc University Bac Ha International University People's Police University of Technology and Logistics - T36(Đại học Kỹ thuật - Hậu cần Công an nhân dân) Academy of Policy and Development Dong A University of Technology

Notable people[edit]

Lê Văn Thịnh

Cao Lỗ Lý Thái Tổ Lý Thái Tông Lý Thánh Tông Lý Nhân Tông Lý Thần Tông Lý Anh Tông Lý Cao Tông Lý Huệ Tông Lý Chiêu Hoàng Ỷ Lan Nguyễn Văn Cừ Lê Quang Đạo Nguyễn Thuyên Lê Văn Thịnh Vạn Hạnh Andrew Dũng-Lạc Hoàng Anh Tuấn Hoàng Cầm General Phạm Văn Trà Lý Đạo Thành Lý Long Tường Nguyễn Gia Thiều Nguyễn Quảng Tuân Ngo Gia Tu Thích Huyền Quang

International relations[edit]


The leader also expressed his wish to share the province's experience with Angola in investment promotion, contributing to fostering the friendship between the two peoples.They signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in forestry exploitation and processing, and the supply of construction workers in oil and gas to the African country.[10]


Cambodia wants to tighten cooperation in many fields with Vietnam, including the northern province of Bắc Ninh, to deepen solidarity and friendship between the two countries.Cambodia will continue receiving Vietnam
and Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
Province's assistance in corruption prevention, meeting citizens and settlement of complaints and denouncements.


Korea investment projects in northern Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
Province have greatly contributed to the development of the province's key industrial sectors.


Bac ninh committed to helping Hua Phan upgrade its infrastructure for agricultural production, mining and processing industries.Bắc Ninh will also help Hua Phan build a primary school and grant scholarships to students from Hua Phan studying in Vietnam.


The Vietnam
– Japan Friendship Organization held a prayer for peace at Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
provincial Museum.A delegation from the ASEAN-Japan Centre visited Bắc Ninh
Bắc Ninh
on October 24, 2012 to learn about the investment environment in this northern province. References[edit]

^ http://www.vietnamonline.com/culture/quan-ho-folk-singing-a-long-way-from-the-past.html Quan họ
Quan họ
folk singing ^ a b Statistical Handbook of Vietnam
2014 Archived 2015-07-06 at the Wayback Machine., General Statistics Office Of Vietnam ^ UNESCO
Culture Sector - Intangible Heritage - 2003 Convention : ^ http://www.greentrailtours.com.vn/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=710:bac-ninh-climate&catid=34:need-to-know&Itemid=29 ^ "Bac ninh weather". Retrieved 27 June 2013.  ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-10-03. Retrieved 2013-07-08. , Vietnam
General Statistics Office. ^ "Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh works in Bac Ninh". Archived from the original on 6 January 2016. Retrieved 28 December 2015.  ^ Woodblock Printing ^ Lisa Spivey, "Traditional Tet Paintings - Dong Ho Prints" ^ http://en.vietnamplus.vn/Home/Angola-learns-about-Bac-Ninhs-FDI-attraction/20133/32816.vnplus Angola learns about Bac Ninh’s FDI attraction

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bac Ninh Province.

Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Bắc Ninh
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Province official website (in Vietnamese) Bắc Ninh
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Industrial Zones Authority website[permanent dead link] Cities Clean Air for Smaller Cities in the ASEAN Region: Road Map Towards a Clean Air Plan for Bac Ninh, Vietnam

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