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On the morning of November 24, the Departments of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Ha Giang and Dak Lak provinces jointly organized a exhibition entitled "Colors of Dak Lak culture" in Ha Giang province.

On the morning of November 24, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Ha Giang province coordinated with the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Dak Lak province to organize a specialized exhibition "Colors of Dak Lak culture" in Ha Giang on the occasion of the 78th Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day.

At the exhibition, the Museum of Dak Lak displayed and introduced to the people and tourists of Ha Giang province the unique cultural features and lives of the ethnic communities in Dak Lak, with 96 photos, 12 articles, 40 artifacts divided into 5 groups, including: Costumes, jewelry, musical instruments, agricultural tools, hunting tools, and household utensils; Ede and M'nong long house culture; communal house culture of the Gia Rai, Ba Na, Xe Dang ethnic groups; culture of ethnic minorities in the northern region and communal house culture of Vietnamese people.

Unique rituals such as new rice, worshiping rice spirits, praying for rain, water wharves, buffalo festival- celebrating a good harvest, life cycle rituals such as naming, coming of age, praying for health, wedding ceremonies... were also performed.

The exhibition helped people of all ethnic groups in Ha Giang province and tourists to understand more about the land and people of Dak Lak and the outstanding cultural values imbued with the traditional cultural identity of the Central Highlands.

At the same time, the event aimed to propagate and enhance the role and responsibility of the community and the young generation in preserving and promoting the cultural value of the Central Highlands gong culture, contributing to enriching and diversifying the culture of ethnic groups in Vietnam.

Yen Minh