16:47 | 05/09/2017 Culture & Art
The H’Mong pan-pine festival opened in Dong Van district, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, on September 1, attracting hundreds of artists.
|Illustrative image - Source: VNA|
Vice Chairman of the district People’s Committee Nguyen Trung Ngoc said H’Mong pan-pine was recognised as the national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 2015, adding that the event was meant to honour, preserve and uphold cultural values of H’Mong ethnic group.
The event also afforded ethnic minority groups and H’Mong ethnic group in particular a chance to exchange and tighten solidarity as well as enrich their cultures.
Visitors to the event could enjoy pan-pine melodies, folk songs and games of ethnic minority groups on Dong Van Karst Plateau.