VOV.VN - The funeral ceremony of the Lo Lo contains religious and cultural features. It illustrates the piety of children toward their parents and the community bond.
VOV.VN - For the last three years, Mr. Yasushi Ogura from Japan has visited Lung Cu, Dong Van, Ha Giang province every month.
(VOV) - Visiting the northwest without climbing Lung Cu peak? No one would believe it. At the top of 1,700 meters-high Lung Cu peak is tower flying the Vietnamese national flag. Go up there without delay!
(VOV) - The Lo Lo celebrate many rituals each year – the spring ritual, the corn picking ritual, and the rain praying ritual. The Lo Lo in Meo Vac district, Ha Giang province, have held a rain praying festival for generations.
(VOV) - Although they live in remote, isolated mountain areas of Ha Giang and Cao Bang province and have a small population, the Lo Lo have a strong sense of culture and still wear their traditional costumes.
(VOV) - The Lo Lo, also called the Mun Di, Man Di, La La, O Man, or Lu Loc Man, live mainly in the northern mountain provinces of Ha Giang and Cao Bang.
The 2013 Khau Vai Love Market Culture-Tourism Week is being held in Meo Vac district, northern mountainous province of Ha Giang from May 4-6.
The Lo Lo ethnic minority group’s ancestral worship was recently recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage. It is also the special cultural identity of ethnic people inhabiting Dong Van Stone Plateau in mountainous northern Ha Giang province.
Like most people, the Lo Lo ethnic minority regards marriage as an extremely important event in an individual’s life.
Vietnam’s Ethnic Minority Cultural Festival will open at the Culture-Tourism Village of Vietnamese Ethnic Groups in Hanoi on April 19.