environmental protection
The video Rừng (Jungle) sends messages about the natural world, wildlife and environmental protection. It features Meritorious Artist-theatre actor Thanh Loc, rapper Yono Bigboi, singer-musician Vu Cat Tuong and saxophonist Tran Manh Tuan. Photo courtesy of the producer

The video called Rừng (Jungle) features Meritorious Artist-theatre actor Thanh Loc, rapper Yono Bigboi and singer-musician Vu Cat Tuong. 

Artists sing the theme song Rừng by Tuong, accompanied by famous saxophonist Tran Manh Tuan. They sing in both Vietnamese and English. 

Beautiful images of forests in Vietnam are featured in the video. 

environmental protection
Famous saxophonist Tran Manh Tuan performs in Rừng (Jungle), a music video that encourages young people to be involved in environmental protection. Photo courtesy of the producer

Actor Loc talks about forest destruction, wild animal killing, and why and how young people are involved in environmental protection.

“Nature is destroyed when trees are cut down. We should work together to stop it,” he said. 

The video was released on June 5 and has attracted more than 513,000 views.


Loc said: "I hope listeners will understand their duty to protect the environment when listening and watching our artists in the video.” 

Loc, 59, began his love for theatre from his parents, late People’s Artist Thanh Ton and Huynh Mai, who both played a key role in the development of the South’s traditional theatre.

A freelance actor, Loc has worked with State-owned and private drama troupes, appearing in more than 600 roles. He has appeared in 50 films and TV shows. 

As a comedian, theatre and film actor, theatre director and producer, Loc is known as a “stage magician” in the region. He has won several top prizes at national theatre festivals. 

In 2000, he and his partner, Huynh Anh Tuan, owner of IDECAF, a leading private drama troupe in HCM City, began a theatre programme for children called Ngày Xửa Ngày Xưa (Once Upon A Time).

The programme has offered more than 33 plays and more than 1,200 shows for 30,000 children and teenagers, including disadvantaged kids from open houses and shelters in the city and neighbouring provinces who have received free tickets.

Source: Vietnam News

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