(HBO) - Celebrating the 74th National Day on September 2, at the headquarters of Thinh Lang ward in Hoa Binh city, the night of cultural exchange between officials and people of Thinh Lang ward and the people of Ngoc Vung island commune in Van Don district, Quang Ninh province.
The "Sacred Vietnam" repertoire impressed audiences at the night of the exchange.
More than 60 actors who are the people of Thinh Lang ward and Ngoc Vung island commune brought to the audience 20 interesting performances.
Various items from the performance: Muong gong, singing and dancing... with the theme of praising the Party, Uncle Ho, Vietnam sea and islands, the traditions of the nation and the renewed homeland.
Typical items, such as: "The sacred of Vietnam", "Uncle Ho, a vast love", "A remote island", "Senh Tien" dance of Muong ethnic people and traditional song of Ngoc Vung island...
(HBO) - Towards the goal of building Hoa Binh City into a civilized and modern city imbued with a cultural identity of Hoa Binh, the Party Committee and the city government have directed the departments, the units and the enterprises throughout to seriously implement the movement "All people unite to build a cultural life”.
(HBO) – The 2020 Muong Bi Khai ha (going down to the field) festival took place in Tan Lac district of the northwestern province of Hoa Binh from January 30 to February 1 (from the sixth to the eighth day of the lunar new year).
(HBO) - On January 31st (ie, the 7th day of Lunar New Year), at the stadium of Dung Phong commune (Cao Phong), the People's Committee of Cao Phong district held Khai Mua Muong Thang Festival in the spring of 2020. The leaders from the appropriate authorities of the province, the leaders from the People's Committees of the districts and the city and a large number of people in the district attended the festival.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Lac Son district in the northern province of Hoa Binh held a ceremony to re-enact the Dinh Khoi festival in An Nghia commune on the occasion of the Year of the Rat.
(HBO) - When Spring comes, Mong people’s villages in the communes of Hang Kia and Pa Co (Mai Chau district) are bustling with the sound of pounding "banh day” (sticky rice cake). Every Lunar New Year (Tet), local people gather together to make the soft and delicious cakes from steamed sticky rice.