The Central Highlands is known as a legendary land, home to ethnic minorities such as M'nong, Ede, Ba Na, and Ja Rai...

This land is also known for its gongs, “can” wine, and T'rung instrument, which have high historical, cultural, and spiritual values, especially the epics.

M'Nong people call the epic "Ot N'Rong" - an age-old form of poetic narrative that has been passed down orally from generation to generation.

M'Nong epic is often told on leisurely nights, after the farming season, during festivals of the year, or while resting on the fields after a hard working day.

When night falls, the M'Nong people often come to the house of someone who can sing well to hear and enjoy the old stories of their ancestors./.