Jho gong, a musical instrument of Ede women

Jho gong, a musical instrument of Ede women

(VOVworld) – When the seasonal winds blow and peach and apricot trees bloom in the forests, the central highlanders welcome a season of festival, which lasts from the end of last year to the New Year. The...
Rituals in an Ede person’s life

Rituals in an Ede person’s life

(VOVworld) – The Ede have their own perceptions of the life cycle. An Ede person has to experience various rites during his or her lifetime to report on their development to...
Ede sculpture

Ede sculpture

(VOVworld) –Ede sculpture is exemplified in houses, graves, and pillars. The designs include familiar images of life like the sun, flowers, leaves and animals
Brocade weaving of Ede ethnic minorities

Brocade weaving of Ede ethnic minorities

(VOVworld) – Unlike other ethnic groups in Phu Yen province like the Cham and the Bana, the Ede ethnic people have retained their traditional weaving craft. In addition to their traditional long houses...
The guardians of Ede culture

The guardians of Ede culture

(VOVworld) – Wherever they live, the Ede people are aware of preserving their traditional culture. VOV’s Lan Anh talks to two of them
Traditional long house of the Ede

Traditional long house of the Ede

(VOVworld) – The long house, which accommodates several generations of a clan, typifies the Ede ethnic group’s matriarchy. Whenever a girl living in a house gets married, the house is lengthened...
The Ede matriarchal system

The Ede matriarchal system

(VOVworld) - The Ede ethnic group’s matriarchal system is reflected in family, social relations, housing architecture and musical instruments
The Ede ethnic group

The Ede ethnic group

(VOVworld) – The Ede ethnic group live mostly in Vietnam’s central and central highlands region. Their traces are reflected in epics, architecture, fine arts and folklore. Ede families are still...
Gongs in the lives of Central Highlanders

Gongs in the lives of Central Highlanders

Gong music is sacred to the Ede, for whom the sound of gongs evokes their origin myth, the Dam San epic. This story tells about the Ede leader, Dam San, longed to marry...