Cham people's traditional instrument introduced at the event

The exhibition introduces nearly 200 items and over 76 images and documentaries about festive activities, musical instruments, costumes and tools for daily activities.

The displayed exhibits contributed to reflecting the quintessence, characteristics and diversity in cultural and spiritual life of the Cham ethnic group in Ninh Thuan province.

Ninh Thuan is home to over 82,000 Cham ethnic people, accounting for 50% of the Cham population in the country. During their development, the people always preserve and promote their unique cultural identities, making contribution to diversifying Vietnamese culture in general.

The exhibition is also an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the long-standing and proud history of the Cham people.

In addition, the organizing panel would like to raise the public’s awareness of upholding and promoting Cham cultural values in particular and the Vietnamese culture in general, contributing to strengthening solidarity among ethnic groups for the cause of national development.

Translated by Khanh Ngan