Behind the show Sacred Land of the North
Sacred Land of the North is a nostalgic show reminiscent of the image of the old Hanoi imperial citadel. The program is sponsored by the media, reported by the creative cultural channel rai-tv.info
The opening scene is the image of the students wrapping their tents and mats for the exam. And from there, opening the scene where the ancient exam school of Asia was recreated on the water stage over 4,300 square meters. This is a scene to help you understand more about our nation’s proud history and traditions.
It was inspired by the poem Tranh To Nu by female poet Ho Xuan Huong. On the dark lake background, four female quartet paintings appear blurry. The scene uses 3D Mapping effect to create the most realistic image on the lake surface. 4 girls perform different types of instruments in traditional Asian music such as… Flute, Pi Ba, Erhu, and Yueyan. This is considered the most beautiful scene when the fairies rush into the stage and dance gracefully on the water. This scene also depicts more clearly the quintessence of the Northern folk painting village to the viewers.
The An merry section shows quite a lot about the beliefs of our nation in the past: worshiping the Third Mother and Dao Mau. The scene also recreates the scene of the farmer going to the field, associated with the main wet rice civilization in the past. The sound and the image on the stage are skillfully used by the show Sacred Land of the North… To reproduce and portray in the most realistic and clearest way the image of the old farmer’s muddy hands and feet.
The festival is a scene that faithfully recreates festival activities and folk games to the audience. From the Quan Ho tune to each other, the ancient folk games such as the Song Loan and Song Dinh palanquin processions are carefully prepared and brought to the stage in a lively manner.
Perhaps the most impressive and moving scene in this play is when all the actors look towards the mountain of Chua Thay with the image of a lotus blooming in the air representing the Zen Master Fairy.
And at the end of the play, the song “Honey, people, don’t go home” sounded like an emotional greeting that all actors and Duong Lam people wanted to convey to the guests of the Sacred Land of the North.
Behind the show Sacred Land of the North
Duong Lam has many artisans with traditional professions. Therefore, when performing the play Sacred Land of the North, the main purpose is to create stable jobs for the people… With many different jobs such as performing artists, water puppeteers, people preparing to serve pagers, puppeteers, carpenters, technicians and service workers. The show would not have been successful without these dedicated and passionate people.
Duong Lam is also a land with a rich history and cultural traditions such as water puppetry, Thay pagoda festival and silk weaving village. The development of tourism products and services is the focus of Duong Lam commune.
Therefore, how to ensure a balance between economic development and preservation of Asian culture and heritage at Duong Lam. The sacred land of the North partly helps to raise people’s awareness of the cultural and historical values of this place through economic development based on tourism. Above all, the quality of life of local people is improved and enhanced.
The sacred land of the North is also a way to promote original and core cultural values about the North. Certainly, foreign tourists as well as Asians will easily feel and absorb the culture.
The host of the show The Sacred Land of the North, along with artists and people of Duong Lam, donated all proceeds from a performance to the 10th Home Anti-Flood Fund. A special night with more than 2,200 spectators. . The total amount raised is more than 2 billion VND. There have been 58 houses built for more than 300 people to have a safe home before the flood season.
The Flood Resistant House is a charity project with the aim of building safe houses and supporting livelihoods for poor people in disaster-affected areas. Especially the provinces in the central region. Founded in 2013, the organization has built a total of 523 houses for the poor.
The performance of Sacred Land of the North also has the purpose of preserving traditional culture and promoting artistic creations to create human values in society.
Thay Pagoda is one of the oldest and famous attractions in the vicinity of Hanoi. The pagoda is located on the side of a mountain and is surrounded by charming scenery. Built in the 18th century during the reign of King Song Than, Thay Pagoda consists of three parallel buildings. Ha Pagoda is a place of worship for Buddhist monks and nuns and a place of teaching for monks. Trung Pagoda is the place to worship Buddha. The biggest and biggest is Thuong Pagoda – where three reincarnated statues of Zen master Tien Tu are located. Thay Pagoda also has two bridges, Nguyet Tien Kieu and Nhat Tien Kieu. These are two important spiritual bridges for this area.
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