Intangible Cultural Heritage in Coastal Fishing Villages of Binh Dinh Province Public Deposited

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  • Van Chai are traditional fishing associations in Binh Dinh province, mainly distributing in coastal areas. In spite of experiencing many ups and downs, suffering great impacts of market economic and cultural integration, these villages still exist until now. However, many cultural features of the Van Chai have been gradually lost and eroded. It is really pity without comprehensive assessments and wide propagandas in order that descendants understand and recover these values. One of these values is management of fishery resources. Learning and experience of the Van Chai, especially their village regulations and customs in catching fishes and treatment to nature, benefits and so on are so worthy for scholars and managers to study and refer to. Appearance of this text is to generally assess coastal Van Chai in Binh Dinh province, to analyze forms of intangible cultural heritages of current Van Chai such as regulations, tradition rituals, professional rules, cultural heritages, belief, worship of Whale (Ca Ong); analyze and explain some traditional forms of fishing villages, praticable meanings in fishery resources protection in inshore areas as well as prevervation of aquatic types in Vietnamese and international red list. Finally, some solutions to develop fishery in coastal Van Chai in Binh Dinh province have been proposed towards community management. To implement it, author has used several methods such as survey, interview, expert and inheritance together with new analyzing tools such as SWOT, relevant matrix to make issues obvious. Research results show that intangible traditional values of the Van Chai in managing fishery resources have been respective and remained the values till now. Co-management models of fishery resources have been based on the community at present. It is suggested that in near future, Binh Dinh province should learn and inherit traditional values and regulations for managing fishery resources of Van Chai.
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  • Tran, Van Vinh. 2008. Intangible Cultural Heritage in Coastal Fishing Villages of Binh Dinh Province. 6 pages. In: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, July 22-25, 2008, Nha Trang, Vietnam: Achieving a Sustainable Future: Managing Aquaculture, Fishing, Trade and Development. Compiled by Ann L. Shriver. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2008.
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