Ethnic culture village celebrates President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday

A series of events themed “Uncle Ho with Central Highlands, Central Highlands with Uncle Ho” will take place at the Vietnamese Ethnic Culture-Tourism Village on the outskirts of Hanoi from May 2-31 to celebrate the 128th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19). 

At the Vietnamese Ethnic Culture-Tourism Village (Source: VNA)

At the Vietnamese Ethnic Culture-Tourism Village (Source: VNA)

According to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the activities also follow the theme of Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) of Quarter 2. 

A display of photos, artifacts, literary works and articles featuring Uncle Ho with ethnic minorities will be held from May 12-31 at the Ede ethnic village. 

An exhibition “Lotus in Vietnamese cultural life”, slated for May 19-20, will feature lotus in photos and lotus-made food such as tea, jam and porridge, along with music performances on Uncle Ho and his sentiment to Vietnamese ethnic communities. 

During May, a number of traditional festivals of ethnic groups will be held in the village such as wedding ceremony of Rag Lai group from the central province of Ninh Thuan, new house warming ceremony by Cham group from Ninh Thuan, music and dance performances in Ede and Gia Rai villages. 

On May 27, a ceremony celebrating the Buddha’s birth anniversary will take place at Khmer pagoda complex in the village.

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