VOV.VN - Dong Xam village in Thai Binh province is one of three places well-known for the silver carving craft, together with Hang Bac Street and Dinh Cong village in Hanoi. Also known as Duong Tham, the 600-year old village is now located in Hong Thai commune, Kien Xuong district.
VOV.VN - Tam Duong market in in Lai Chau city is a typical mountain market. It’s not just a trading place but also a meeting venue of the Dao, Mong, Thai, Giay, and Lu ethnic minority people.
VOV.VN - In Vietnam, drums are a traditional instrument at festivals and weddings. They are also used to announce arrivals to the community, signal when school starts or ends, and accompany musical performances.
A French bakery training centre called La Boulangerie Française – HCMC for disadvantaged youth officially opened on June 22 at the Thu Duc College of Technology (TDC) in HCM City.
VOV.VN - La Ha is an ethnic minority group living along the Da river in the northern mountainous provinces of Son La and Lai Chau. Despite social changes, the La Ha have maintained their traditional customs and festivals. The ‘Pang A’ or luck prayer festival reflects the La Ha’s typical culture.
VOV.VN - Among the hill sides rising up to Dong Van karst plateau in Ha Giang province, travelers are stunned by the magnificent natural landscape, lush terraced fields, and peaceful villages of Mong people.
VOV.VN - The Mang ethnic minority people live in served mountain districts in Lai Chau province. Like other ethnic groups, they have upheld traditional customs and practices for generations while absorbing modern cultural trends.
VOV.VN - In Vietnam, Tay is the mother tongue of nearly 2 million people and a second language for many other ethnic minority people in Vietnam’s northwestern region. The language is starting to be displaced by Vietnamese, and many Tay people are finding it harder to use their mother tongue.
VOV.VN - The La Ha people live in Vietnam’s northwestern region, mainly in Lao Cai, Son La, and Lai Chau province. In the past they lived off the land in isolated remote mountains, where they developed unique customs and rituals.
VOV.VN - Located in Lien Chieu District, Da Nang City, Nam O has long been famous for its fish sauce. Founded in the early 20th century, the village is now facing a lack of land on which to build workshops.
Our first glimpse of Hai Hau District in the northern province of Nam Dinh was roadsides full of flowers. In recent years, the land along the inter-village roads in the coastal district has been planted with flowers-indicating that people have not only focused on surviving by building, fishing and raising rice.
VOV.VN - Young E-de ethnic people in Dak Lak province have taught themselves brocade weaving, gong playing, and folk singing, as part of efforts to preserve and promote their ethnic culture.
VOV.VN - Worshipping goddesses of Motherhood, the protectors of babies, is an important ritual of the Red Dao in Lao Cai province. Their ceremony pays gratitude to the goddesses and asks them to bless a baby with good health and obedience.
VOV.VN - The Muong in Vo Mieu commune, Phu Tho province, have actively responded to national campaigns that encourage people to unite to develop new rural areas and a cultural lifestyle. While adopting a modern lifestyle, they have preserved and promoted their traditional culture.
VOV.VN - Spring is the season of festivals across Vietnam. For ethnic groups in mountain regions, spring festivals are opportunities to relax and pray for a good new year.
VOV.VN - The earthen houses with mossy roofs of the Black Ha Nhi in Y Ty district, Lao Cai province, look like mushrooms in the clouds. When sunshine banishes the clouds, the earthen houses appear on the mountainside as in a fairy land. VOV introduces the uniqueness of the Black Ha Nhi’s architecture.
VOV.VN - Cloth weaving has long been a proud traditional craft of the Mong ethnic people in Vietnam’s mountainous areas. The Mong’s traditional textile patterns have been recognized as a national intangible cultural heritage.
VOV.VN - The wood stove has an important position in the life and culture of the Vietnamese people as it provides light, cooks food, and warms up the house.
VOV.VN - For centuries the dog has been believed to bring good luck, blessings, and happiness to humans. At Dich Vi, a village not far from downtown Hanoi, a stone dog is considered the villagers’ tutelary god.
VOV.VN -More and more foreigners are currently choosing Vietnam as an ideal place to live and work and especially, the Lunar New Year Festival (Tet) is a special opportunity for them to gain a deeper understanding of the country’s fine customs and traditions.