According to Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism, after more than 4 years, the implementation of the Resolution No. 02/NQ-HDND of Provincial Council on deploying the project named “Preserving and promoting festivals, patterns, gongs and musical instruments of local ethnic” has achieved remarkable results up to now.
Following the framework of project, the province invested VND 6.5 billion to implement its content as well as related components. Up to now, the province has bought and provided more than 50 sets of Gong and 229 sets of traditional costume for local ethnic groups such as M'nong, Ma, and Ede.
|Singing folk songs and throwing m'buot of the M'nong in Dak R'tih commune (Tuy Duc district)|
Training courses to enhance ability to perform gongs for artists and students in the province held frequently in hamlets and schools. Specifically, from the year 2000 to now, in the province has opened 9 classes for gongs, 11 classes for folk songs, 10 classes for creating musical instruments and 6 classes for weaving and decorating Tet pole.
|Reappearing "Happy good harvest ritual" in Dak Song district|
It can be said that achieving the above results thanked to attention of committee level and administration from province to units. They made advantages for deploying the project to enrich spiritual life of people. The implementation of project has changed awareness about cultural heritage protection in all people classes especially the M'nong, the Ma, the E de.