(HBO) - In the morning of January 27, within the framework of the activities before the opening ceremony of Kha Ha fesstival Muong ethnic minority in Hoa Binh province, a ritual of Mo worshiping the Land and the Earth takes place; competing in the qualifying round of folk games, ethnic sports and Sec Bua contest of 16 communes at the stadium of Phong Phu commune and the cultural house of Luy Ai hamlet, Phong Phu commune (Tan Lac).
The practice rituals of Mo worshiping the Earth and the Earth.
Mo worshiping the Earth and the Land is a religious rite in Khai Ha festival of Muong ethnic group to ask for permission from the Earth and the Land of this area to open Khai Ha festival at the beginning of the year, praying for the favorable rain, the harmonious wind and the favorable weather so that the Festival can succeed. The outstanding artisan, Mr. Bui Van Lung, is a magician who practices the spiritual rituals.
Right after the worshiping ceremony of the Earth and the Land, the content of the national sports and folk games imbued with the cultural identity, including crossbow shooting, stick pushing, tug of war, cotton ball throwing, tickling, and array fighting … and Sec Bua between the teams from 16 communes and towns entering the qualifying round. The sports and cultural activities take place excitingly, reviving the old folklore, attracting tourists to the big festival. Sec Bua competing at Luy Ai Cultural House, Phong Phu commune (Tan Lac). The sports activities, folk games... and Sec Bua contest continue taking place on January 28-29 (i.e. January 7-8).
(HBO) - In the area of Tan Lac district, the population of Muong ethnic group accounts for 85%, the rest are Kinh and other ethnic groups living together. In recent years, preserving and promoting the traditional cultural identity of the ethnic groups in general and the Muong ethnic group in particular has always been supported by the Party Committee, the government, the Fatherland Front and the socio-political organizations from the district to the grassroots level, contributing to raising the value of Muong Bi cultural identity in today's life.
(HBO) - It not only is the cultural beauty, brocade weaving of Muong, Thai, Dao, Mong ... ethnic people in the province has also created economic value, bringing income to the people. In addition to keeping and improving the skills of the employees, it is necessary to have support in training, improving the quality of models, promoting and introducing products so that they can reach large markets inside and outside the province and it is necessary to look for the strong foothold for brocade weaving.
(HBO) – According to historical records, the Cold Food Festival of China entered Vietnam during the Ly Dynasty (1009 - 1225), but it has been adapted to the traditions, customs, and beliefs of each locality and ethnic group and called Thanh minh Festival. "Thanh minh” is the fifth of the 24 solar terms. "Thanh” means purity while "minh” brightness. On this occasion, people often visit, clean, and repair graves of their clans and give offerings to express gratitude to ancestors.
(HBO) - Every year, in Hang Tram town (Yen Thuy) there is at least 75% of the residential areas being recognized as the cultural residential area. The movement "all people unite to build a cultural life” has been agreed and responded by the officials and the people, becoming a regular job in the residential areas.
(HBO) - On April 14, Hoa Binh College of Economics and Technology, Hoa Binh College of Engineering and Technology cooperated with the Provincial Youth Union to organize Laos Bunpimay Traditional New Year for the international students and students studying at these two schools. There was the attendance of the leaders from the Department of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs, the Provincial Public Security, Vietnam - Lao Friendship Association and Lao - Thai Friendship Association of Overseas Vietnamese.
(HBO) - Implementing the tourism development cooperation programme in eight expanded Northwestern provinces and Ho Chi Minh City, Hoa Binh province participated in an expanded Northwest Tourism - Culture Week at Ninh Kieu Wharf Park in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho from April 8-11.