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March, 25 2014 09:29:00

Preparation for first Don ca tai tu festival underway

BAC LIEU (VNS)— The southern Bac Lieu Province is in the final stage of preparation for the first national Don ca tai tu Festival to be organised next month.

The festival titled Hoi Ngo Tai Tu Phuong Nam (The Meeting of Talented Southern People) with the participation of artisans from 21 provinces will take place at the Ho Nam Resort between April 20-25.

Organisers will prepare 10 conical shaped cottages at the resort for Don ca tai tu artisans from the provinces to take turns performing during festive days.

Beside the performance, in the booths, images and items related to the movement of Don ca tai tu in each locality will be displayed.

Attendees at a meeting held recently by Bac Lieu Province's People's Committee and Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism said that music troupes from the 21 provinces will travel to districts in the province and play for local citizens. — VNS


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