(HBO) - Mrs. Bui Minh Hong, Head of the Department of Culture and Information of Tan Lac district said: In order to preserve ethnic cultural character, communes and towns mobilized Muong women, youth and enthusiasts of Muong culture to establish teams of letters and arts performance for communities and hamlets. Everyone contributes funds to practice and develop local cultural and artistic movements.
A Hat Doi (challenge-and-response)
singing act of members of cultural character preservation club of Hamlet Dinh
II, Man Duc Commune, Tan Lac district.
Department of Culture and Information issued regulations to coordinate with the
district Women's Union to propagate and
mobilize members to establish a club to preserve Muong cultural character.
Every year, the district Department of Culture and Information organizes
training courses on skills of beating gongs and teaching folk songs for members
of letters and arts of communes, on that basis, encourages all communes to
establish cultural character preservation clubs.
Currently, Tan Lac
district established 02 cultural character preservation clubs, including: Ngoi
hamlet club (Ngoi Hoa commune) established in March 2017 and Dinh II hamlet
club (Man Duc commune) established in March 2019. The two clubs regularly
organize exchanges of culture and letters & arts; teach members and young
generations how to sing folk songs, folk dance, Hat Doi (challenge and
response) singing, beat gongs. Women maintain wearing ethnic costumes. The
special performances of Ngoi hamlet club have contributed to promoting the
culture and beauty of Muong Bi people to tourists.
The two clubs that
preserve ethnic cultural character in Ngoi Hoa and Man Duc Communes play an
important role in preserving and promoting Muong Bi's cultural values. In the
coming time, the district Culture and Information Department continues to
encourage communes and towns to establish clubs. Encouraging and creating
conditions for organizations and individuals to study, teach and introduce
Muong Bi customs, practices and culture.
(HBO) - Being present in the exchange between the poetry club "Remembering the Source” of Lac Son district and the members of the Literature Association (the provincial Literature and Culture Association), I immersed myself in Senh Tien and Luu Thuy dances, dancing with flowers and I was completely absorbed in Muong folk songs.
‘Con Da Ve Nha’ (I’m Home), a collection of sketches by Nguyen Tang Quang during his quarantine time in Ho Chi Minh City, has recently been published by the Women Publishing House.
(HBO) - The housing architecture of Dao ethnic people is very diverse, depending on the group to live in the houses with ground floor or the ones with half floor and half land. Dao Tien ethnic people (Da Bac) often live in ground-floor houses with wooden walls and traditional palm-leaf roofs. They often build houses close to each other without covering walls to gather together.
(HBO) - According to the statistics, up to now there are 57 cultural and historical relics ranked at the provincial level and 41 national relics in the whole province. Over the past time, the protection and promotion of the value of the cultural heritage have been paid attention to by all the levels and the appropriate authorities. The province has directed the districts and the city to strengthen the management of the relics and the organization of the festivals in 2020.
(HBO) - In recent years, the movement "All people unite to build a cultural life” in Nam Phong commune (Cao Phong) has been actively and effectively implemented. The economy has been developing and the rural face has constantly been renewed, contributing to improving the cultural and spiritual life for the People.
(HBO) - The melody of Vi and Doi singing, lullabies, Thuong Rang and Bo Meng singing is now resounding, spreading along with the renewal of life throughout the villages of Muong Bi. They sing not only on the occasions of festivals, and cultural and artistic exchanges, Muong folk songs are becoming more and more popular through the lullabies, when men and women declaring their love to each other, Sac Bua singing in the festivals of early spring, Thuong Rang singing when working in the fields and gardens...