Co Tu ethnic group

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Amot – The spice of Co Tu ethnic minority

Amot, a wild pepper variety found in the Tay Giang mountainous region of Quang Nam Province, has emerged as a staple ingredient in local cuisine, adding depth and richness to dishes with its unique flavor profile.

The new rice ritual of the Co Tu

The new rice celebration is one of the most important rituals of the Co Tu ethnic minority to show their gratitude to heaven and earth for giving them good weather and bumper crops.

Co Tu thanksgiving ceremony for wife’s parents

The Co Tu ethnic group has many special rituals and customs, including a thanksgiving ceremony for the parents of one’s wife that honors family morality and demonstrates the son-in-law’s filial piety towards his wife’s family.

Guol house, a cultural symbol of the Co Tu ethnic group

The Guol house features the unique architecture and culture of the Co Tu ethnic minority people who live mainly in Thua Thien Hue and Quang Nam province along the Truong Son mountain range.

Ethnic Co Tu people treasure threatened freshwater fish

Vũng Bọt Stream in central Vietnam forms at the intersection of the North and South rivers that merge with the Cu Đê River and is home to the niên fish (Onychostoma gerlachi).

VN shines in French documentary

VietNamNet Bridge – A documentary about Viet Nam was aired on French national television last week, promoting the country’s beautiful regions as well as the culture of its people. 

Quake hits Quang Nam hydropower plant

 VietNamNet Bridge – An earthquake measuring 3.3 on the Richter scale hit the Song Tranh Hydropower Plant No 2 reservoir in Quang Nam Province's mountainous Bac Tra My District about 2am yesterday.

Belgian helps Co Tu weaving

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Co Tu ethnic group, living in a remote mountainous village in the central province of Quang Nam, are familiar with Belgian designer Aldegonde van Alsenoy, nicknamed Ava.