Muong culture

Update news Muong culture

The secrets of spiritual culture and life of the Muong ethnic minority in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa will be revealed at an exhibition titled Mo Mường to be held this week.

Fostering the ‘soul’ of Muong culture

Artisan Pham Thi Tang in the north-central province of Thanh Hóa’s Ngọc Lặc District is known locally as the “soul keeper” of ethnic Muong culture.

Breathing life into fading Muong culture

Vu Duc Hieu is known for his love of Muong ethnic minority’s traditional culture and set aside 5 hectares of his own land to promote it in a private museum, which saw him win at Jeonju International Awards for Promoting Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Nha Lang features Muong culture

Nha Lang (House of Lang- the landlord class of the Muong) is regarded as a symbol of power in the ancient society of Muong, one of the four largest ethnic groups in Vietnam.

A new dawn breaks over Ngoi Village

 VietNamNet Bridge – Disconnected from the outside world for a long time, a village in the middle of a huge reservoir is discovering the benefits of community-based tourism, 

Famed musician releases new work

 VietNamNet Bridge – Veteran musician Nguyen Cuong is back and better than ever, with his new musical work entitled Da Giang – Dai Hop Xuong (Da River – Masterpiece Chorus).

Talk with the man who preserves Muong culture

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vu Duc Hieu won the Phan Chau Trinh Award last month for his contributions to promoting preservation of Muong culture in Viet Nam.

Culture foundation awards annual prize

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Phan Chau Trinh Culture Foundation has announced awards for outstanding people in the fields of culture and education, translation, research and Vietnamese studies.

Muong culture in the eyes of international artists

VietNamNet Bridge - The paintings that have not been introduced since the "Art under the roof" project in 2012 are now on display in a separate exhibition.