Gong art form of Cor ethnic minority

The gong art form of Cor ethnic minority group in Tra Bong district, Quang Ngai province has been honoured as national intangible cultural heritage.

The gong art form is a typical cultural characteristic of Cor ethnic minority group in general and in Tra Bong district, the central province of Quang Ngai in particular.

It is originated from the tradition of gong performance with high artistic values in typical festivals. Therefore, the art represents the cultural identity of the Cor ethnic group, bearing their own trait and vitality.

 

The art form has become attractive to a large number of visitors to Quang Ngai province./.

 
 

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