PSNews - The Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism is hosting a program named "The Lullabies from Central Highlands" to promote the culture of the Central Highlands ethnic communities this June.
This is a series of practical activities to celebrate the Vietnamese Family Day (June 28), and to promote the culture of the Central Highlands region in the "common house" of the 54 Vietnamese ethnic minority groups.
The program drew the participation of people from 12 ethnic groups, including Tay, Dao, H'mong, Thai, Muong, Kho Mu, Ta Oi, Co Tu, Raglai, E De, Khmer and Cham.
Within the framework of the program, the traditional culture of the Central Highlands region will be introduced to audiences through folk songs and lullabies, along with other daily activities such as making traditional musical instruments and weaving cloth.
Besides, there are a drawing class named “Central Highlands in my mind” and a free training course on the philosophy of life and culture of Buddhism named “Pink Lotus” for children visiting the village.
On the weekend, a number of art exchange programs, dance performances, folk games and cooking experimental sessions will also be organized for audiences.
The program runs from June 1st to 30th at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism.By An Nhien