“Ta dieu”, a religious symbol of the Thaiicon

“Ta dieu”, a religious symbol of the Thai

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The Thai in Son La province have many cultural and ritual customs. Planting or hanging Ta dieu is a typical rite which has been handed down from generation to generation.
Seven artery bridges connecting traffic in Hanoi

Seven artery bridges connecting traffic in Hanoi

YOUR VIETNAMicon03/10/2019
Chuong Duong Bridge, which was built from 1983 to 1986, is the first of its kinds to be designed and constructed by local engineers.
Traditional Pieu scarf of Thai ethnic people

Traditional Pieu scarf of Thai ethnic people

YOUR VIETNAMicon01/10/2019
Much like the Vietnamese ao dai, the defining garment of the Thai ethnic minority people of the north-western mountains is a simple scarf, known as Pieu scarf.
Sour pork – specialty of Muong ethnic minority in Phu Tho province

Sour pork – specialty of Muong ethnic minority in Phu Tho province

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Sour pork is a specialty of the Muong ethnic minority living in Thanh Son district, Phu Tho province, in Vietnam’s northern midland. This is the mainstay of the Muong people’s Lunar New Year feast.  
Fire dance of Red Dao in Dien Bien province

Fire dance of Red Dao in Dien Bien province

YOUR VIETNAMicon29/09/2019
Dien Bien province is home to about 6,000 Dao people of the Red Dao, Dao Quan Chet, and Dao Khau branches. The Dao observe many religious and cultural ceremonies and festivals.
Vietnamese food: Tram đen

Vietnamese food: Tram đen

VIDEOicon27/09/2019
There’s a place in Vietnam you will really go nuts for. In days gone by when meat was in short supply, the substitute was pili nuts.
‘Cap sac’ ritual of Dao people

‘Cap sac’ ritual of Dao people

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The ‘Cap Sac’ ritual is an indispensable proceeding in the life of every Dao male as it helps him earn the recognition of being mature enough to join in the community’s major activities.
The last iron forger keeps the furnace’s flame burning on Hanoi’s old street

The last iron forger keeps the furnace’s flame burning on Hanoi’s old street

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In the memories of many Hanoians’ generation, Lo Ren street in Hoan Kiem District houses many forging furnaces.
Arieu Ping, the reburial festival of the Pa Ko

Arieu Ping, the reburial festival of the Pa Ko

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For the Pa Ko ethnic people, taking care of ancestral tombs is not a family’s private affair, but the responsibility of the whole village.
Vietnam's mooncake

Vietnam's mooncake

YOUR VIETNAMicon17/09/2019
Bought yours yet? Given a mooncake to the one you love? Mooncakes are the tradition sweet food to eat this time of year during Mid-Autumn Festival. And there's lots of flavours to choose from.
Young green rice – flavor of autumn

Young green rice – flavor of autumn

YOUR VIETNAMicon11/09/2019
For over a century, people of Me Tri village in Tu Liem, Hanoi, have been making ‘com’. Visiting Me Tri in autumn, one can enjoy the scent of com (young milky rice) being dried all over the village.
Craft village keeps mooncake mould making alive

Craft village keeps mooncake mould making alive

YOUR VIETNAMicon11/09/2019
To make a beautiful and tasty mooncake, the most important task is to form the shape of the cake. That is when the mooncake mould becomes handy and indispensible in making a cake.  
Xip Xi Festival of the White Thai

Xip Xi Festival of the White Thai

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The White Thai ethnic minority celebrate their Xip Xi Festival on the 14th day of the 7th lunar month in the leisure time before the fall harvest.  
Vietnam’s Full Moon Festival

Vietnam’s Full Moon Festival

YOUR VIETNAMicon02/09/2019
Every 15th of the Lunar August, usually around the end of September, countries across Asia celebrate the Mid-Autumn, or Full Moon Festival.  
Five restaurants to taste Bun cha in Hanoi

Five restaurants to taste Bun cha in Hanoi

TRAVELicon01/09/2019
Bun cha is a well-known local food in Hanoi. It is made of grilled pork and noodles is often thought to have been originated from Hanoi.  
Gong art form of Cor ethnic minority

Gong art form of Cor ethnic minority

YOUR VIETNAMicon01/09/2019
The gong art form of Cor ethnic minority group in Tra Bong district, Quang Ngai province has been honoured as national intangible cultural heritage.