VOV.VN - The Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Son Tay town on the outskirts of Hanoi will host a brocade festival throughout July, with the aim of preserving and promoting the value of ethnic brocade.
VOV.VN - A wood stove plays an important role in the life of the Tay ethnic minority people as it is a place to cook and store food, and is the home of the Kitchen God believed to bless the family and ward off evil spirits.
VOV.VN - Ede girls learn from their grandmothers and mothers to weave brocade fabric and make clothes and blankets when they are little. These products are for family use and given by a bride as gifts for her in-laws.
VOV.VN - For ethnic groups in the Central Highlands, elephants are great assets that reflect the power of a family and embody the Elephant God, a symbol of luck and prosperity.
VOV.VN - Located in Chieng Mai commune of Mai Chau district, Lac village has become one of the most popular tourist destinations throughout the northern province of Hoa Binh for both local people and foreign visitors.
VOV.VN - Festivals of the Mong in the northern province of Ha Giang have many community activities such as call-and-response singing, dancing with the khèn panpipe, and playing such folk games as stick pushing, tug of war, and yến badminton.
VOV.VN - April is the peak of the dry season in the Central Highlands. In this month the Ede people in Buon Ma Thuot city, Dak Lak province, hold a ceremony to pray for rain, favorable weather, bountiful crops, a prosperous life, and happiness.
VOV.VN - The Tay and Nung ethnic people in Cao Bang, a province in northern Vietnam, have treasured a custom of hanging a banner to celebrate the longevity of their grandparents and parents.
VOV.VN - Cung Rung, also known as forest god worshipping, is one of the main traditional rituals carried out by the Khang ethnic minority people in the northwestern province of Dien Bien, with this action displaying their life in attachment with Mother Nature.
VOV.VN - In December, 2017, UNESCO inscribed Xoan singing, a Vietnamese folk music genre in Phu Tho province, on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.