Luc Yen develops art troupes to serve tourism

  •  Friday, September 18, 2020

YBO - One of the activities to promote tourism of Luc Yen district is supporting the formation and operation of traditional art troupes in communes and towns.

In implementing a plan designed by the district People’s Committee, so far, all 24 communes and towns of Luc Yen have established their traditional art troupes. 

The troupes in Muong Lai, Khai Trung and Lam Thuong are the most prominent, regularly performing at events of the communes and the district. The district is investing in developing those troupes to support local tourism.

Specifically, the district has proposed the province to provide assistance of 40 million VND to Muong Lai art troupe to buy performance outfits and equipment. Meanwhile, the district has also compiling documents to request for support to the art troupes of Lam Thuong and Khai Trung communes.

In other localities, the art troupes are also operating effectively, for example those in To Mau, Phan Thanh communes and Yen The town, which have performed at cultural activities in villages and areas with community-based tourism, helping protect traditional cultural values.

Mai Huyen

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