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Artist longs to preserve ethnic lullabies

Last update: 11:12 | 13/02/2019

With an ability to sing in five ethnic minority languages, artist Cao Minh Hien wants to preserve the rhythms as a way to keep their traditional culture alive through generations.

Cao Minh Hien was born in the north central coastal province of Thanh Hoa, yet she moved to the northwestern mountainous region with her parents as a child


Having lived in the northwestern region since a child, Cao Minh Hien is familiar with lullabies of Mong, Tay and Thai ethnic people, besides lullabies in her mother tongue


Artist Minh Hien sings Cao Lan ethnic minority’s lullabies in their traditional costume


Hien has mastered lullabies of five ethnic minorities: Thai, Cao Lan, Mong, Tay and Kinh


Artist Minh Hien and a then singing troop in Ho Chi Minh City perform in Suoi Tien Tourism Site in the southern city


Artist Minh Hien sings southern lullabies in Ao Dai museum in district 1, Ho Chi Minh City


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Singing lullabies in ethnic traditional costumes makes the artist’s performances impressive


Artist Minh Hien and a then singing troop in Ho Chi Minh City perform in Suoi Tien Tourism Site in the southern city


Artist Minh Hien performs in Independence Palace in Ho Chi Minh City in January, 2018




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