On November 4, 2016, the Ho Chi Minh City Museum held a thematic activity “Learning about singing Sac Sac Phu Le” to help students and youth union members learn more about this type of performance. folklore with a talk by researcher Huynh Ngoc Trang. Sac Buu singing is a type of performance imbued with folklore activities, mixing agricultural and religious rituals, often operating during Tet, representing the opening of a cycle of worship. The universe. Singing Sac Talisman Phu Le – Ben Tre has distinct features of the masses. But, there are also unique features due to the synthesis of new – old, change over time, according to specific local conditions.
During the symposium, researcher Huynh Ngoc Trang, who has researched and held many sources, published many scientific research works related to the culture and folk beliefs in the South as well As for regions in the country, introduced the concept, origin and melodies of the performance form “Sing Sac Charm Phu Le”. The sincere sharing of the values and meanings of this type of folk performance, along with the performances of the artists from the Sac Bua Singing Club of the Cultural Heritage Association of Ben Tre Province made the atmosphere of the event extremely exciting, contributing to bringing the Sac Buu singing performance closer to the people of the City.
The thematic activity introducing traditional cultural values to students, young people, and residents of the city has achieved good results through the large participation, enthusiastic exchange with speakers and other stakeholders. Artists of the Cultural Heritage Association of Ben Tre province. The symposium was attended by a large number of students from the Faculty of Heritage, University of Culture, Faculty of Culture, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, and the Youth Union members of the District Youth Union. 4, District 5 and newspapers and radio stations of the city.