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Topic about ethnic minority people who living in Dalat Vietnam.

Tet holiday of the central highland ethnic peoples

Tet holiday of the central highland ethnic peoples

Mar 29th 2018. The Central Highlands is a place where different ethnic groups live together on the land of the South Western Highlands... That's why the celebration of Tet and the New Year on this land keep a distinct feature in the Central Highlands of sunshine and winds. And each ethnic group [...]


The dance of the mountainous region

The dance of the mountainous region

Dec 6th 2017. The sacred fire has glowed in the middle of the village. The sound of the gong and the drum blend harmoniously with the rokel musical instrument playing the charming, gentle T'rumpo in the rhythm of inviting gods; the jubilant Pahhonang seems to, hastily invite people to join; Arya [...]

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The ceremony of making friends of the K’Ho people in Central Highlands

The ceremony of making friends of the K’Ho people in Central Highlands

Jun 6th 2017. Lam Dong Province in particular and the Central Highlands in general do not only own the image of the colorful flower carpets, but they are also famous for preserving the most beautiful cultural features of the K'Ho - Central Highlands. Among several traditional festivals of the [...]


Attaching to brocade-weaving craft in Dalat countryside

Attaching to brocade-weaving craft in Dalat countryside

Jun 5th 2017. We came to K Long brocade weaving village, Hiep An commune, Trong district when the rain poured down and then suddenly subsided. Although this is not tourism peak season, at the village entrance, tourist vans are still coming to this small village. Perhaps for tourists, the story of [...]

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Parents Thanksgiving ceremony of the Central Highlands ethnic minorities

Parents Thanksgiving ceremony of the Central Highlands ethnic minorities

May 20th 2017. In the cultural traditions of the Central Highlands ethnic minorities, there still exists a long-lasting thanksgiving ceremony to parents (the Jrai call it Chal mo ne ko mi ma (teh ro mo ko mi ma bui); while the Ba Na name it Khop bone ko me pa). This parents thanksgiving ceremony [...]


New rice offering ceremony of Ede ethnic minority people

New rice offering ceremony of Ede ethnic minority people

Apr 9th 2017. The innocent concept and feeling, along with the life of the majestic mountains and forests has formed in the life of the Ede ethnic minority group in the Central Highlands the New Rice Offering Ceremony on the first lunar month. The Central Highlands include: Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak [...]


Hunting termites with the KHo People

Hunting termites with the KHo People

Mar 30th 2017. It is only 13 hours, I have neatly dressed up, waiting for the sun moving towards the mountain range in the west, and immediately, I follow the K'Ho to head for the forest, looking for white ants. From Trang Woat tribe (hamlet 2A, Dinh Trang Hoa commune, Di Linh district, Lam [...]

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The New Rice Festival of the K’Ho People in Lam Dong

The New Rice Festival of the K’Ho People in Lam Dong

Mar 27th 2017. Like the oldest ethnic groups living in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, every year at around December (October lunar calendar) the K'Ho usually hold New Rice Festival. This is a major festival of the year and plays a very important part in the spiritual life of the K'Ho.  The [...]


Gong adjustment, Unique skill of music evaluation of the Highland ethnic minority people

Gong adjustment, Unique skill of music evaluation of the Highland ethnic minority people

Dec 31st 2016. Gong music of the highland people quietly contains masterpieces of human values, it does not only have a special appealing power thanks to the skilled performance technique but also reflects the skill of subtle music evaluation of the children living in the majestic central [...]

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Unique Gong Sets of the Central Highlands People

Unique Gong Sets of the Central Highlands People

Dec 15th 2016. The Gong Culture space in the Central Highlands is a unique kind of culture of peoples living for many years here and has been recognized and honored by UNESCO as an oral and Intangible Masterpiece of Humanity (in 2005). Experiencing the process of historical development, the [...]

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