(HBO) - Hoa Binh Pedagogical College organized the opening of a training class and issued the certificated for Muong ethnic language for cadres, civil servants, and public employees of course I, 2023.
The Scene of the opening ceremony.
In 3 months, nearly 60 students who are the cadres, the civil servants, and the public employees working at Party agencies, departments, divisions, and branches learned and researched 40 lessons with 2 parts. Part 1, introduces Muong script: writing system, rhymes, tones, percussion of Muong script; The instructions for installing and using Muong percussion. Part 2 is lessons integrating Muong language knowledge and skills.
The training class aims to help the officials, the civil servants, and the public employees improve their understanding of the traditional culture, customs, and contribute to preserving and promoting the spoken language, writing, etc. of the Muong ethnic group in Hoa Binh province. At the same time, they can be equipped with the ability to use the spoken language, writing, and communication in Muong language. They can also meet the requirements for diplomas and certificates in the appointment, promotion of civil servants, and promotion of civil servants to ensure the standards of professional titles and job positions according to current regulations.
The People’s Committee of Luong Son district on November 21 held a ceremony to announce the recognition of Lai Tri communal house in Thanh Cao commune as a provincial-level historical relic site, and hand over the certificate to leaders of Thanh Cao commune.
Located on the right bank of the Da river in Quynh Lam ward, Hoa Binh city, the Ngoi communal house was recognised as a provincial-level historical and cultural relic in 1999. Upholding traditions, locals often come to the place on major festivals, full-moon days, and the first day of each lunar month, burning incense to honour deities and pray for favourable weather and good harvests.
In recent years, the movement of mass culture and arts in Kim Boi district has been maintained and developed, contributing to preserving and promoting traditional cultural values and building a cultural life at the grassroots level.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has recently announced a list of new intangible national cultural heritage items, one of which is the Keng Loong performance art of the Thai people in Mai Chau district, the northern province of Hoa Binh.
In order restore brocade weaving of the Thai ethnic group, with the support of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Chieng Chau Brocade Weaving and Tourism Services Cooperative was established in Chieng Chau commune (Mai Chau district) in 2009.