UNESCO recognized the art of Bai Choi as a Representative Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in the nine provinces and cities of Central Vietnam.
In Khanh Hoa province specifically, this art form shares some similarities with Bai Choi in other provinces, while retaining its own unique characteristics. To protect this ancient heritage and promote this traditional art form, the Khanh Hoa government plans to use technology to manage a database, create scientific profiles, collect materials relating to this art form, and upload information online to promote public engagement.