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A panpipe club was established in 2020 in Lao Ty Phung village, Nung Nang commune, Tam Duong district, with the aim of preserving national cultural identity and fostering tourism development.

Comprising 22 members of varying ages but having a common passion for music and dance, the club gathers on a weekly basis to exchange on how to preserve the traditional melogies.

Since its inception, the club has been invited to perform in numerous venues, attracting a growing number of youngsters.

Like other ethnic groups, Mong people have crafted a diverse number of musical instruments to enrich their spiritual lives. 

Among these, the panpipe stands out as a unique instrument deeply intertwined with Mong culture and lifestyle.

In recent times, local authorities have adopted many policies to support the preservation of traditional culture and the development of tourism.

Panpipe performances are introduced to domestic and international visitors through major local festivals and events./.