VOV.VN - For more than 20 years artisan Dang Van Hau of Phu Xuyen district in Hanoi has been researching ways to improve the traditional craft of making To he, toy figurines made from rice dough.
VOV.VN - The Dao ethnic minority people observe many ceremonies and festivals each year. Like other Dao branches living in Vietnam’s northern mountain provinces, the Dance Festival of the Dao Tien in Son La province is the biggest community event.
VOV.VN - Muong Tac and Phu Hoa are two names for the central valley in Phu Yen district, Son La province.
VOV.VN - The new rice festival of the Co Tu ethnic people in Nam Dong district of central Thua Thien-Hue province plays a very important role in local people's daily life as it shows their respect and gratitude to the genies believed to protect locals and bring a bumper harvest.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s Chut ethnic group have a very small population, who live mainly in Bo Trach and Quang Trach districts in Quang Binh province, with some clans living there for more than 500 years.
VOV.VN - Clothes worn by Pa Di women are different from other ethnic groups with their colorful patterns that are closely associated with their habitat of forests and mountains.
VOV.VN - The Nung, the second biggest ethnic minority group in Si Ma Cai district of Lao Cai province, live in earthen houses, which are not only a shelter but also a place that maintain many traditions and customs.
VOV.VN - For the Tay ethnic group in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang, Banh Giay – round, sticky rice cakes, are indispensable along with areca nut, betel leaves, tea, wine, steamed sticky rice, and chicken.
VOV.VN - Tay ethnic people in Bac Kan province have upheld their traditional cultural values, including poems, folk songs, and festivals, for generations, with bowl folk dance closely attached to their daily life and agricultural production.
VOV.VN - The “Cấp sắc”, known as the maturity ritual, of the San Chi ethnic group in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang is an important ritual for every boy in the community as it marks his coming-of-age and affirms his role within the family and as part of local society.