'Vietnam has a culture of unity in diversity. Vietnamese cultural heritage is a system of cultural achievements created and preserved by ethnic groups and cultural regions. These cultural achievements, in practice, have interacted with each other and with the challenges of time and historical events. Hoi An port city is formed and developed on the basis of international economic and cultural exchanges, including roles of Chinese, Japanese and Westerners. Today, Hoi An is famous for its Japanese bridge, ancient streets and the Viet-Japan friendship, while important cultural landmarks of the Chinese and Western are rarely mentioned. In fact, in Hoi An, the cultural imprint of the Chinese and their descendants is most prominent, from the architecture of temples, townhouses, beliefs - religion, customs - festivals, culinary, to traditional jobs and economic activity.