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Lo Sanh Phin is now the only Dao man in Ha Giang Province still weaving screens to make paper, a traditional craft of the Dao.

Preserving the quintessence of H'Mong silver carving

Almost every H'Mong person in the Dong Van Stone Plateau, in Ha Giang Province, knows about silver carving artist Mua Se Sinh in Lao Xa Village, Sung La Commune, Dong Van District.

Beauty of women in Ha Giang Province’s plateau of rocks

Ha Giang Province locating in the remote far northern region of the country is popular as Vietnam's northernmost point. 

Photo series calls on ethnic minority people to take action against COVID-19

The Ministry of Health and UNDP have called on people to take action to prevent COVID-19 pandemic for sustainable economic development through a photo series about the lives of ethnic minority traders in the northern mountain province of Ha Giang.

Ha Giang seeks new airport

The northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has just asked the Ministry of Transport to add the construction of an airport to the master plan on Vietnam’s airport system in the 2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2050.

Deputy PM asks to clarify information related to iron mine in Ha Giang

Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh has assigned the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to check information in an article dated December 29, 2020 on VietNamNet that reported illegal mining activities at Suoi Thau iron mine in Ha Giang province.

Another corner of Nho Que River

Nho Que River originates in Yunnan Province (China), flows into Vietnam through Seo Lung in Lung Cu Commune, Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province. 

Rowers conquer Tu San canyon

Hundreds of athletes who love rowing sup and kayaking have flocked to Meo Vac District, Ha Giang Province, to participate in a competition to conquer Tu San canyon, which is believed to be the deepest canyon in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

Discovering majestic tourist attractions throughout Ha Giang

Ha Giang is renowned for many of its famous tourist attractions, including picturesque buckwheat flower fields. Here are some of the leading destinations in Ha Giang that tourists should see when visiting the province.

Ancestor worship, a sacred rite of the Lo Lo in Ha Giang

The Lo Lo ethnic minority people live mostly in Lung Cu commune, Ha Giang province. They live harmoniously with other ethnic groups of the Dong Van stone plateau while maintaining their ancient customs and traditions.

Fire-jumping ceremony of Red Dao group becomes national intangible heritage

The “Nhay lua” (fire jumping) ceremony of the Red Dao ethnic minority people in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has been listed as a national intangible heritage.

On top of the world

As the central coastal region battens down the hatches and prepares for Noul, the storm set to make landfall on Friday, people far further north are asking how the storm may affect them.

Life on Tay Con Linh Mountain

Tay Con Linh Mountain in Ha Giang Province is home to around 200 families of Co Lao ethnic people, a small group among the 54 ethnic peoples in Vietnam.

Happiness Road leads to spectacular pass

Ha Giang, the northernmost province in the country, hosts various historical areas like Lung Cu Flag Pole and Dong Van Karst Plateau, a UNESCO Global Geopark.

Illegal border crossings discovered in Ha Giang

Border soldiers and police in northern mountainous province of Ha Giang on Monday caught three groups of people trying to illegally enter China.

Flooding causes serious damage to Vietnam's northern mountainous region

The fatalities in serious flooding and landslide caused by prolonged torrential rains over the past few days in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang increased to five as of 15:00 on July 21, 

 

Three people die, other two still hospitalised after eating poison leaves

Three people have died and two others are in hospital in the northern province of Ha Giang after mistakenly eating a soup containing ngón poisonous leaves on Sunday.

Ha Giang province captured through lens of photographers

A number of beautiful images of the Nho Que river at sunset, Quan Ba town, and the Ma Pi Leng pass are among the impressive images captured by foreign photographers during their visits to Ha Giang.

Vietnamese locations receive praise from international media outlets

Travel magazine Travel + Leisure has lavished praise on Vietnam's “gorgeous” beaches and “insanely good food”, all of which serve to make Vietnam a great post-COVID-19 destination, 

Ha Giang suffers losses worth VND600 million due to heavy rains

One person has died and dozens of houses have damaged in two days of heavy rain and thunder in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, provincial authorities have said.