A wide variety of attractive activities are being held at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Son Tay district, Hanoi, in July, to entertain children during summer holiday.
Various activities are being held at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism to entertain children.
Themed "Summer for children”, the activities will feature the participation of over 100 people from 16 ethnic minority groups; 12 Cham ethnic minority artisans from Bau Truc pottery village in Ninh Thuan province; and students from the Northwest College of Arts and Culture.
The highlight will be the "My childhood” programme which will feature many traditional folk games of ethnic minority groups such as the Muong people’s stick pushing, the rattan circle throwing of the Co Tu people, walking on stilts, and tug of war.
A photo exhibition on activities for children held at the village over the past few years is also expected to attract visitors.
In addition, the organising board will arrange a space for children and visitors to read books as well as launching a movement themed "green-clean-beautiful villages” to call for environmental protection.
On the occasion, a programme themed "Melody from the land” will also be held to outline the process of making pottery products by artisans from Ninh Thuan province’s Bau Truc pottery village.
Students from the Northwest College of Arts and Culture will give performances highlighting the vibrant activities and traditional culture of various regions from around the country.
(HBO) - Mong girls have been preparing tutus that are carefully embroidered as if they were just for special occasions. Mong boys are dressed neatly, in square towels, and are carrying art horns. Boys and girls gather in groups, making fun and singing love songs until morning. Celebrating Independence Festival n Mong village is always exciting and bustling!
(HBO) – Vu Duc Hieu, Director of the Muong Cultural Space Museum in Hoa Binh city, has won the 2020 Jeonju International Award for Promoting Intangible Cultural Heritage (JIAPICH).
(HBO) - Gong is "the treasure – the sacred soul” of Muong community in Hoa Binh, and it takes the pride in being a national intangible cultural heritage. And now, with the way to bring the culture of gong to life through the "catalyst”, the music, people more and more appreciate the gongs and love and cherish the tunes of Muong gongs.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh’s culture and sport facilities, especially those at the grassroots level, have importantly contributed to meeting the needs for exchanging, exercising and entertaining of local people, and to building a healthy cultural life at the grassroots level.
(HBO) - If Muong ethnic people have Senh Tien dance, Thai and Tay ethnic people have Xoe dance, Mong ethnic people have Khan dancing… Dao ethnic people have Chuong dance. Currently, Dao ethnic people account for 13.71% of the population in Da Bac district.
(HBO) - Over the past years, the culture, sports and tourism sector has made recommendations to the provincial administration in issuing directions, mechanisms and policies on the building of a healthy cultural environment, starting with the maintenance of the movement "All people unite in building a cultured lifestyle” in association with the new-style countryside and civilised city development.