VOV.VN - The Arieu Ping, which means exhumation, is the biggest celebration of the Pa Ko to show respect and piety of the living people for the deceased.
VOV.VN - A press conference for the annual Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival has announced it will run March 3-13 concurrently with the Central Highland Gongs Festival and the fourth Central Highlands Investment Promotion Conference.
The third Central Highlands’ Folk Culture Festival and Culture Tourism Week will be held in Kon Tum province from March 18 to 23.
VOV.VN - Cu Lan is a peaceful village of the K’Ho ethnicity in Lam Dong province. Tiny stilt houses, pure air, and warm-hearted people attract tourists to the village.
The Cham ethnic minority group has preserved many traditional cultural rituals, one of them being the praying-for-rain festival which prays for favourable weather and bumper crops.
Duom Dai K' Bat, 77, a village patriarch at Dinh Van town, Lam Ha district in the Central Highland province of Lam Dong, owns a collection of invaluable items that help maintain the K'Ho ethnic group's culture.
(VOV) - The Raglai have many kinds of musical instrument - Ma La flat gongs, the Sarakel wind instrument, and the Chapi. In the Raglai’s cultural life musical instruments are treasured possessions and close friends.
(VOV) - Raglai people believe that there is a world for the living and another for the dead and only the world of the deceased is eternal.
(VOV) - The Raglai people have several ceremonies relating to the life cycle of a man or a tree. The new rice ceremony is the biggest event of all.
(VOV) - The Raglai prefer to build their stilt houses on high land areas near a water resource. Each hamlet has several stilt houses and the villagers are of the same clan.
Youths from many villages in Yang Bac Commune, Dak Po District in Gia Lai Province, are raising funds to preserve and promote gong culture.
(VOV) - The reverberating sounds of Central Highland gongs were a cherished highlight at the 2015 Chingay Parade that got underway on the evening of February 27 in Singapore with more than 100,000 visitors lining the city streets.
The cultural space of gongs of ethnic minorities in the Truong Son mountain range has been recognised as an important part of human culture, especially for the H’re people in central Quang Ngai province.
(VOV) -One of Vietnam’s most highly acclaimed and brilliantly original cultural shows – “Vietn’Âme” (Soul of Vietnam) –took the stage in Paris on July 4, attracting huge international audiences.
(VOV) - Socio-economic development and improving the lives of ethnic minorities has not distracted from the need to preserve and promote the cultural values of Central Highland ethnicitties.
The Gongs festival themed “Integration and development” opened at the Kon Klor cultural communal house in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum on November 22.
Central Highland Gia Lai province is currently having more than 5,600 sets of gongs, a musical percussion instrument that earned UNESCO’s world intangible heritage recognition for its cultural space.
Local authorities in the Central Highland province of Kon Tum are joining hands to preserve 12 sets of precious gongs that are possessed by the Brau ethnic minority group in Bo Y commune.