(VOV) -Despite heavy rain, thousands of visitors on November 12 flocked to the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang for the opening ceremony of The Buckwheat (Fagopyrum Esculentum) flower festival.
(VOV) - Dong Van Karst Plateau in Ha Giang province was recognized in 2010 by UNESCO as a world geological park. The plateau is a true masterpiece of nature where man is small against the vastness of the sky, mountains and clouds.
(VOV) - The forest is a life-giving resource for the Pu Peo people of Ha Giang province. Every year, they dedicate a ritual to the Forest Genie to pray for favorable weather, bumper crops, and animal fertility.
(VOV) - The Pu Peo are an ethnic minority group in the mountainous province of Ha Giang. Their costumes exhibit beautiful color combinations.
(VOV) - The earthen-wall house is typical of ethnic groups in the mountainous province of Ha Giang, including the Pu Peo. The Pu Peo believe that the success or failure of a family depends greatly on the land and the house they occupy.
(VOV) - The Pu Peo is one of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups living in the northern mountain province of Ha Giang.
More than 50 village patriarchs and artisans of the 16 smallest ethnic groups in Vietnam gathered in Hanoi on August 6 to speak on ways to uphold their traditional cultural identities.
Vice State President Nguyen Thi Doan met with 39 representatives from five ethnic minority groups with populations below 1,000 people in Hanoi on February 10.
A fire jumping performance by 100 Pa Then ethnic artisans warmed up Cultural Heritage Tourism Week for Ethnic Minority Groups in the northernmost province of Ha Giang on November 22.
Besides supplementing legal documents targeting ethnic minority people, Vietnam has implemented many policies to improve the spiritual and material life of these people over the past years.
(VOV) - Representatives from 24 ethnic groups from the Northern and Central Highlands regions will take part in a spring festival welcoming the Lunar New Year in Hanoi from February 18-22.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has announced a list of 33 examples of intangible cultural heritage according to Cultural Heritage Law.
Having happily married with a little daughter in Dong Van Town, 500km north of Hanoi, Trang Thi Lan, 30, desperate longing to see her people.
Fifty-four art troupes representing 54 ethnic minority groups across the country took part in a fashion show of Vietnam’s ethnic costumes.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a project worth over VND1 trillion to improve the living standards of four disadvantaged ethnic groups: the Mang, La Hu, Cong and Co Lao.