TRADITIONAL COSTUMES OF THE SEDANG

TRADITIONAL COSTUMES OF THE SEDANG

The Sedang is an ethnic group consisting of 5 major local groups: Xo Teng, To Dra, Mo Nam, Ca Dong and Ha Lang. They mainly lived in Dak To, Sa Thay, Dak Glay, Kon Plong, Ngoc Hoi and Dak Ha districts (Kon Tum province), Son Ha district (Quang Ngai province), Bac Tra My and Nam Tra My districts (Quang Nam province), Cu M'gar and Krong Pak districts (Dak Lak province). During the process of formation and development, the Sedang also preserve the traditionally cultural values, including the beauty on the traditional costumes.

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Experience and education at Dak Lak Museum

Experience and education at Dak Lak Museum

Museum experience and education is a common trend of the museums in the world and region. In Vietnam, the forms of educational experience is a regular activity in major museums such as Vietnam National Museum of History, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Vietnamese People Museum of Culture, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, Vietnamese Women's Museum, etc.

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The Ede’s water ritual

The Ede’s water ritual

The Ede practise the water ritual when there is an important event in a village such as moving the village and building a new village, and it is performed annually on new year with the aims of praying the Water God for clean water, and on this occasion, the villagers clean up the water wharf. The water ritual lasting for three days led to hold by the water wharf head.

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Restore the Spirit ritual before cutting down trees of the Ede ethnic people

Restore the Spirit ritual before cutting down trees of the Ede ethnic people

On September 24th, Dak Lak Provincial Museum held to restore the Spirit ritual before cutting down trees of the Ede ethnic people.

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Ending the training class of gongs and ethnic instruments in 2018

Ending the training class of gongs and ethnic instruments in 2018

In the afternoon on June 20th, Culture Center of Dak Lak held the training-class ending ceremony of gongs and ethnic musical instruments in 2018.

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A fieldwork trip about the Central Highlands Epic in Dak Lak

A fieldwork trip about the Central Highlands Epic in Dak Lak

On the fieldwork trip about the Central Highlands Epic in Dak Lak, the mission group of University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi National University coordinated with Academy of Culture led by Pro.PhD. Nguyen Van Kim, Party Committee Secretary, Vice Principal of University of Social Sciences and Humanities visited and shared experiences with Dak Lak Museum.

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Publish a printing titled “Jars in the Ede’s life in Dak Lak”

Publish a printing titled “Jars in the Ede’s life in Dak Lak”

To supplement information resource for the Jars being preserved in Dak Lak Museum, this Museum implemented to collect and research information and published a printing titled “Jars in the Ede’s life in Dak Lak”. The implementation is divided into two periods.

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Workshop on

Workshop on "Preservation of traditional musical heritage of ethnic peoples in the Central Vietnam and the Central Highlands - Policies and Practice"

Vietnamese Institute of Musicology in collaboration with the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Dak Lak, on 10th April at the Dak Lak Museum, organized a scientific workshop entitled "Preservation of traditional musical heritage of ethnic peoples in the Central Vietnam and the Central Highlands - Policies and Practice".

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