VOV.VN - Mother Goddess worship, or Dao Mau”, is very popular belief in an agriculture-based country like Vietnam, where farmers strongly depend on nature.
VOV.VN - The H’re love singing. They sing anywhere and anytime: at work, in leisure time, and at festivals. They have developed unique and diverse singing genres, typically Kaleu and Kachoi.
VOV.VN - The Dao San country fair in Phong Tho district, Lai Chau province is busy and colorful on spring days. At this time of the year, groups of H’mong, Dao, and Ha Nhi flock to the Dao San market on Chung Sua Dan mountain to trade their specialties.
VOV.VN - The H’re grow wet rice and other crops on terraced fields. Their religious practices are associated with rice.
Down a small alley in Saigon, Pasteur Street Brewing Company is where American John Reid and his friends stun people with their variety of 'strange' craft beer made from Vietnam’s tropical fruits.
VOV.VN - H’re ethnic people have long been living in the southern part of the Truong Son Mountain Range.
VOV.VN - Bamboo hedges and village gates symbolize the autonomy of Viet villages. In the past, virtually all daily activities of Vietnamese villagers occurred within the space demarcated by the bamboo hedge.
VOV.VN - An outgrowth of wet rice civilization, Viet villages are characteristically agricultural villages. The structure of a Viet village is adapted to rice farming and constitutes Vietnam’s typical rural space.
VOV.VN - The Kho Mu practice many rituals and ceremonies each year: worship of the hamlet’s genie and ancestors and festivals to welcome new crops and the Rice Mother.
VOV.VN - Tom call-and-response singing is the most popular folk singing genre of the Kho Mu.
VOV.VN - For the last three years, Mr. Yasushi Ogura from Japan has visited Lung Cu, Dong Van, Ha Giang province every month.
Dick Hughes (Actor, Humanitarian & Loose Cannons, Inc. Founder) has recently made a trip to Vietnam with the purpose of helping Vietnamese street children who are still suffering from the lingering pains caused by Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin as war legacy.
VOV.VN - Pac Ngoi Village in Nam Mau Commune, Bac Kan province, is one of just a few places where the traditional customs of the Tay minority ethnic group are still practiced.
VOV.VN - In the past the Kho Mu practiced a nomadic life and depended on nature. They made simple farm tools and utensils from wood and bamboo which are still used today.
VOV.VN - Hanoi is the cradle of ca tru, an ancient genre of chamber music featuring female vocalists. Many talented singers have emerged from Hanoi’s Ca tru clubs.
VOV.VN - The Kho Mu live in Vietnam’s northern mountain region together with other ethnic minority groups.
VOV.VN - Amidst Hanoi’s urban buzz, members of the Viet Village Heritage Club have found peace of mind, contemplating Vietnam’s traditional aspects.
If rice is Vietnam’s staple crop, xôi (sticky rice) is the nation’s choice dish, as much as the famous pho (rice noodle soup), if not more so.
Seven years ago, Megumi Kawada, a Japanese-English freelance translator from Kyoto, followed her heart to Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Ms. H’Yam Bkrong from Ea Kao commune, Buon Ma Thuot city of Dak Lak province is devoted to the traditional brocade weaving of the Ede ethnic people.