In order to honor the beauty of Hue's heritage, and at the same time introduce the traditional beauties associated with the ancient Royal New Year, above all the humanistic spirit of the ancestors, in 2021, for the first time, the Hue Monuments Conservation Center held a Nguyen Dynasty Lunar New Year festival and was re-enacted in the form of a theatricalization of the scene by concurrent methods.
Specifically, all two contents of both ceremonies were staged at one location, Thai Hoa Palace, which is both suitable for reality (Can Chanh Place is destroyed); and suitable for tourism (this reconstruction does not reconstruct and restore the Lunar New Year in an original way because many conditions do not allow and do not match the actual requirements).
Therefore, the meaningful narrative element is connecting, explaining, interpreting, and guiding the content to orient the exhibitors.
Notably, the script was staged with the integration of "current events" such as reminders of the court, and the people to overcome difficulties together, as the king's instructions: "I from the day after my career, take the fate of the sky; I follow the Emperor/ The works of Can Chanh take care of all my heart/ The weight of agriculture is dedicated/ It is the norm of Ban Soc, taking good care of the land/ Last year, the storm and flood are constantly/ There are still more epidemics/ Has comforted the province to meet natural disasters and floods/ Has commissioned the opening of a supply warehouse to help people hunger... The winter closes with the old year/ Spring coming to Tet to open the earth and heaven."