VOV.VN - Two tourists from Ireland have displayed their sincere thanks to Vietnamese medical workers for the assistance provided to the pair during their compulsory 14-day quarantine period in the central province of Nghe An which came about as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
VOV.VN - A Romanian tourist who spent time in quarantine in Hoi An City due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic has displayed her sincere thanks to Vietnamese workers for their assistance during her isolation period.
VOV.VN - The “Dao Tien” in the northwestern province of Son La believe that a newborn baby is not an official member of the family or recognized by his or her ancestors until the child experiences a birth registration ceremony.
VOV.VN - A British business executive living in Vietnam has been placed into quarantine after touching down in the country on March 14. He revealed reality of quarantine life in a story and expressed “huge thanks” for Vietnamese assistance to him in quarantine.
VOV.VN - The Kho Mu ethnic people in the northern and central parts of Vietnam have unique cultural traditions and customs. These are reflected in their wedding ceremony and farming practices.
VOV.VN - Like other ethnic groups, the Dao in Vietnam’s northwestern region worship their ancestors devotedly.
VOV.VN - The Thai ethnic minority in Vietnam are famous for their cuisine, particularly a type of grilled stream fish called “Pa pinh top”. Seasoned with special spices and cooked to perfection, “Pa pinh top” never fails to satisfy even the most demanding palates.
VOV.VN - The Giay in Bat Xat district, Lao Cai province, have a rich culture that includes music and musical instrument. The Pi Le clarinet is a typical woodwind instrument of the Giay.
VOV.VN - Expressing gratitude to the forests is an original tradition of the Co Tu in Tay Giang district, Quang Nam province.
VOV.VN - Dak Lak province in the Central Highlands has opened classes on Gong playing for students from ethnic minorities to help them learn the core values of Gong culture. Tay Nguyen University is the vanguard in this endeavor.
VOV.VN - Tet, Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year, has impressed many foreigners who admit that the holiday helps them understand the close bond of family members and the meaning of family get-togethers during the first days of Spring.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese nation has 54 ethnic groups. Each group has its own culture, customs, language, lifestyle, costumes, and celebrations. The ways they celebrate Tet, the lunar New Year, add color to the Vietnamese culture.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism, situated in the Dong Mo tourism area of Son Tay town in Hanoi, is poised to host a series of activities between January 1 and 31 which are aimed at introducing the cultural diversity of ethnic groups as a means of celebrating the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet.
VOV.VN - The Co Tu ethnic minority people live mainly in the mountainous regions of Quang Nam and Thua Thien-Hue provinces and in the western end of Da Nang city in central Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The Kho Mu are one of 5 ethnic groups in the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau. Despite physical hardships, they have developed strong cultural traditions and customs.
VOV.VN - The Giay ethnic group live mainly in the northern mountainous provinces of Lao Cai, Ha Giang, Lai Chau, and Cao Bang.
VOV.VN - Xoang dance has been an inseparable part of Central Highlands culture. Whenever Central Highlanders hold a festival, they play gongs and do Xoang dancing.
VOV.VN - The San Diu ethnic minority people, believed to have migrated from Guangdong, China in 1600, are now living in villages in Vietnam’s northern midlands and mountainous areas. The San Diu are also known as San Deo, Trai, Trai Dat and Man Quan Coc.
VOV.VN - After spring dating, when cold wind begins to blow, young ethnic boys and girls in the northwest mountain region decide to get married.
VOV.VN - In modern society, the traditional culture and particularly the ancient language of the Thai people has been increasingly neglected. In an effort to preserve the language, Dien Bien province has opened classes to teach ancient Thai writing.