VOV.VN - The Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hanoi’s outlying Son Tay district has begun celebrations ahead of Vietnam Family Day 2020 on June 28, with a string of activities set to take place throughout June, including a recreation of a typical festival of the Gia Rai ethnic group.
VOV.VN - Dak Lak province in the Central Highlands has opened classes on Gong playing for students from ethnic minorities to help them learn the core values of Gong culture. Tay Nguyen University is the vanguard in this endeavor.
VOV.VN - Carving wooden sculptures is a special folk art of ethnic groups such as the Co Tu, Ede, Ba Na, and Jarai of the Central Highlands.
VOV.VN - The Ede ethnic minority people in the Central Highlands have developed rich cultural values, which are closely associated with terraced field cultivation.
VOV.VN - The Ede ethnic people have long been proud of their brocade weaving and are trying to preserve the traditional craft amid the rapid industrialization, modernization, and fashion changes.
VOV.VN - The Ede ethnic minority people think that every water resource is managed by a genie. After each harvest and before each new crop, the Ede thank their water genies for blessing them with good weather and lots of luck. This shows their respect for water, the source of life.
VOV.VN - The Ede ethnic group in the Central Highlands consider the Che, a big jar, a symbol of family wealth and prosperity. A Che full of alcohol is an indispensable item at all worship ceremonies.
VOV.VN - “Ruou can” is an indispensible rice wine at important events such as the New Year celebration of ethnic people in the Central Highlands. Several weeks before the Lunar New Year, the Ede people of Dak Lak province begin to distill wine to serve their relatives and friends.
Artisans from Vietnam and Indonesia have shared experience during the ‘Cultural Exchange through Batik and Brocade Weaving’ held in Buon Ma Thuot city, the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has sent 11 beauties over the years to compete at the Miss Universe beauty pageant, including Thuy Lam and H’Hen Nie in Top 15 and Top 5 this year, respectively.
VOV.VN - Like the epics of other ethnic groups in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, the epics of the Xo Dang people provide a view of a certain historical period, depicting people’s daily lives and their struggle to protect their land and communities.
VOV.VN - The Ede people’s Khan, the M’nong group’s Ot ndrong, and the Ba Na people’s Ho Mon are the first that come to mind when discussing epics of Vietnam’s Central Highlands. People are less familiar with the Xo dang group’s epics.
VOV.VN - Today’s perceptions of museums are no longer limited to displaying historical and cultural artifacts, but have expanded to also reflect the connection between the present and past, as well as the interaction between the exhibits and visitors.
VOV.VN - Young E-de ethnic people in Dak Lak province have taught themselves brocade weaving, gong playing, and folk singing, as part of efforts to preserve and promote their ethnic culture.
VOV.VN - Ede ethnic girl H’hen Nie was crowned Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 on the final night of the pageant in the south central province of Khanh Hoa’s Nha Trang City on January 6.
H’Hen Nie, a 25-year-old model from the Ede ethnic minority group in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, was crowned Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 in the grand finale on January 6.
VOV.VN - Nearly 1.5 million people in Dak Lak province have been covered by health insurance, accounting for more than 80% of the local population.
VOV.VN - Water resource worship is a unique ritual of the Ede in the Central Highlands. It’s held annually to pay tribute to the water genie, who has brought them happiness in the old year, and pray for good fortune in the new year.
VOV.VN - The Ching kram, a bamboo gong, is a traditional musical instrument of the Ede in the Central Highlands. The bamboo gongs are easy to play and produce a cheerful sound.
The teaching and learning of spoken and written ethnic minority languages in Vietnam is facing a range of difficulties, heard a seminar held by the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee’s Advisory Council for Ethnic Affairs in Hanoi on October 18.