Dak Lak urges for Gong culture preservation Videos

Dak Lak urges for Gong culture preservation

Located at the heart of South Central Highlands, Dak Lak is home to a population of nearly 1.8 million people, including 47 ethnic groups. For generations, the Gong is of great importance to communities in region in general and Dak Lak in particular. The province has decided to spend nearly 880,000 USD to boost Cong culture preservation and development.
Long-living sound of Tay Nguyen “gong” Culture - Sports

Long-living sound of Tay Nguyen “gong”

Anyone who visits Tay Nguyen (the Central Highlands) and enjoys the mysterious sounds of gongs near the flickering campfire in the mountains and forests, they will see the strong vitality of the local people. The cultural space of gong in Tay Nguyen was recognised as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity on November 25, 2005 by UNESCO.
Artisans dedicated to preserving Gongs Culture - Sports

Artisans dedicated to preserving Gongs

The Cor ethnic minority primarily reside in Vietnam’s central region, and their Gongs have been a valuable cultural heritage for many generations. Their longevity is largely attributable to local artisans, who dedicate their whole lives to preservation efforts.
Colourful culture of Gia Lai comes to Hanoi Culture - Sports

Colourful culture of Gia Lai comes to Hanoi

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.