(HBO) - The People’s Committee of northern Hoa Binh province promulgated a plan in October 2016 to bring the Muong ethnic minority group’s scripts into life in order to preserve and promote its traditional cultural values.
A group of Muong folk art collectors meet with
artisans in Nang hamlet, Chi Thien commune, Lac Son district, to introduce the Muong
ethnic minority group’s scripts to local people.
To implement the teaching and learning of the Muong
scripts, from early 2017, the provincial information portal updated direction
documents of the provincial Party Committee and People’s Committee on
implementing communications in the field.
The Hoa Binh Newspaper has opened a Muong language
page integrated on its e-newspaper, including sections: politics, economy,
culture-tourism, education, defence-security, and sports. It also produces
three clips for Muong online television programme a month.
Besides the Hoa Binh Newspaper and Television,
most of departments and sectors in the province have encouraged officials and
people to learn about the Muong ethnic scripts.
In 2019, the provincial Department of Science
and Technology approved the outcome of a project compiling teaching and
learning materials of the Muong scripts, which enable Muong language speakers
to use in their daily work.
In January 2019, the provincial Party
Committee’s Board for Information and Education and the Department of Science
and Technology jointly organised a conference to hand over the Muong teaching
and learning materials to the Department of Science and Technology, the
Department of Information and Communications, the Department of Education and
Training, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the provincial Television,
the political school, and the Hoa Binh Newspaper to bring the Muong ethnic
scripts to life.
In late October 2019, the provincial political
school opened a training course on the Muong ethnic scripts for 50 trainees who
are officials and lecturers at school./.
(HBO) - Staying in low houses with palm or thatched roofs, knowing how to preserve the written and spoken language, the costumes and promoting the special customs and practices of their own minority are beautiful cultures of Dao ethnic community in Da Bac.
(HBO) - Overcoming nearly 300 artists who are professional and amateur ones from 46 provinces and cities across the country with 365 competition entries, Mr. Nguyen Van Cong from the Center for Culture and Cinema of Hoa Binh province has been awarded the first prize for the work "Stepping under the glorious Party’s flag” – the prize for the propaganda campaign to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the establishment of the Communist Party of Vietnam (February 3rd, 1930 - February 3rd, 2020), organized by the local Culture Department (the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) coordinated with Vinh Phuc People's Committee in the middle of January.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Department of Education and Training on March 17 signed a joint cooperation programme on educating people about local history and traditional culture through cultural heritages.
(HBO) - Brocade weaving has long been associated with the daily life of Mong ethnic people in Hang Kia commune, Mai Chau district. It has been passed down from generation to generation, bearing the unique culture of Mong ethnic people.
A total of 103 propaganda paintings, made by 23 painters nationwide, have been submitted to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s Department of Grassroots Culture in response to a campaign on creating propaganda paintings regarding COVID-19 prevention and control, launched by the department between March 10 and 15.
(HBO) - The relics of the communal house is located in Lao Thanh hamlet, An Nghia commune (Lac Son). Recently, the relics of the Khoi communal house have been restored and embellished, contributing to promoting the cultural and historical value, meeting the needs of spiritual and cultural activities of the people in the region and becoming a spiritual tourism destination and attracting tourists from all over the country.