Up Next

Cultural Traces Around the World

Celebrating the Traditions of Southern China's Ethnic Groups, Part 1 of 2

2019-05-04
Language:Chinese(正體中文)

Episode

Details
Download Docx
Read More
Originating in Chain’s Spring and Autumn as well as the Waring States periods, the Dong Grand Song is a homophonic, ancient Dong folk chorus without accompaniment. One of its features is the imitation of sounds found in nature. The Dong do not have a written language. Since olden times, their folklore, history and song lyrics have all been passed on through oral transmission. There is a saying among the Dong tribes, “Rice nourishes the body; song nourish the heart.” For the Dong people, songs play a significant role in their lives; it is how they express their hearts and culture.
Watch More
Episode
Play List
Share
Share To
Embed
Start Time
Download
Mobile
Mobile
iPhone
Android
Watch in mobile browser
GO
GO
App
Scan the QR code,
or choose the right phone system to download
iPhone
Android