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It is said that Banh Chung (square glutinous rice cake) is a sign of Tet for Kinh people and that Banh Day (round sticky rice cake) is a symbol of love and devotion among the Mong.

Maintaining the sound of Khen panpipes

Playing the Khen panpipe and dancing is part of the traditional customs followed by the H’mong ethnic minority people.

Hmong’s treasure lies in the forests

Hidden in the firmament of clouds, Ta Xua tea forest in recent years has helped H'mong people escape poverty.

Rock fence - Mong’s unique architecture

Rock fence is one of the unique architectural features of the Mong people who live in Dong Van rock plateau and Meo Vac district, Ha Giang province.

The last silver engravers in Lao Sa hamlet

Known to be a home for typical “trinh tuong” (earthen) houses, pristine natural landscape and abundant flowers and fruits all year round, Lao Sa is one of the most beautiful villages of H’Mong people in Ha Giang province. 

Imposing Ma Pi Leng Pass in northernmost mountain ranges

VietNamNet Bridge – Ma Pi leng Pass is about 20km long and forms part of the Hanh phuc (Happiness) road, which connects Dong Van and Meo Vac districts of the northernost province of Ha Giang. 

Photos: Go to Moc Chau to celebrate Tet with the H’mong people

 VietNamNet Bridge – The New Year festival of the ethnic H’mong group takes place in the first three days of the 12th month of the lunar calendar but the new-year atmosphere covers H’mong villages several weeks ago.

Funeral customs of Thai ethnic minority

 VietNamNet Bridge – The northwest mountainous areas are not only famous for its beautiful scenery but also for the unique customs of various ethnic groups living there.

Life of mountain people changed because of the record cold

 VietNamNet Bridge – The life of ethnic minority people in the mountainous area of Thanh Hoa province has been severely affected by the prolonged record cold spell.

Government seeks to stop ethnic nomads

VietNamNet Bridge – The Government's policy to support sedentary farming has been mostly successful, but thousands of people from several ethnic minority communities continue to lead a nomadic lifestyle,