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 - Xoang dance has been an inseparable part of Central Highlands culture. Whenever Central Highlanders hold a festival, they play gongs and do Xoang dancing.
VOV.VN - Kon Tum, a north-central highlands province, is home to 28 ethnic minority groups. Each of them has its own unique culture, traditions, and festivals, which have been preserved and promoted.
VOV.VN - A workshop aimed at preserving the cultural diversity of both Vietnam and Russia was held as part of the Vietnam-Russia Youth Forum 2019 which is currently underway in Saint Petersburg.
A special programme featuring the culture of the Central Highland province of Gia Lai has been organised at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, aiming to introduce and promote the provincial culture to both domestic and foreign friends.
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.
Vietnam possesses an array of intangible cultural heritages that have been recognized by UNESCO.
The preparation for the 2018 Gong Cultural Festival slated for November 9 - 11 in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai has been basically completed.
The fourth festival on gong, traditional instruments and folk songs of ethnic groups in the central province of Quang Ngai opened on August 15.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has instructed the People’s Committee of the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai to work with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) and relevant agencies to organise the 2018 Gong Cultural Festival.
VOV.VN - Teenagers in M’Duk hamlet in Buon Ma Thuot City are encouraged to learn and perform their traditional musical instrument: the gong. This is part of the local government’s efforts to preserve and promote the gong culture.
A spring festival highlighting ethnic culture in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai took place at the provincial museum on February 23 with the participation of over 100 artisans.
The value of gong culture, a distinctive feature of the Central Highlands region and a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritages of Humanity by UNESCO since 2005, was highlighted at a festival held in the Central Highland province of Gia Lai on November 16.
Lak Lake in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak is where travellers can take a glimpse into the unique cultural life of local ethnic communities, find appetising specialties and experience the fantastic gong culture, which has been recognised as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups begins a series on the Xo Dang, an indigenous people of Vietnam’s Central Highlands.
Daklak, the nation’s biggest coffee growing area, will launch a tour program in which guests can visit coffee processing facilities and gain hands-on knowledge of the cultural space of Gong which was recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
VOV.VN - The K’ho has a treasury of folk music that include a variety of musical instruments: gongs, Sogor drums, and instruments fashioned from gourds or bamboo.
The State recognised a drum and gong performance in the southern central province of Phu Yen as part of its intangible cultural heritage.
The Central Highland province of Dak Lak received over 82,000 visitors during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday this year, up 55% compared with last year, according to the provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Authorities of the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai have devised a series of measures to preserve and promote cultural identities of ethnic minority groups, which account for over 45 percent of the locality’s population