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Indigo clothes – a part of Nung cultureicon

Indigo clothes – a part of Nung culture

Traditional costumes have been the pride of the Nung ethnic community in Yen Son District in the northern province of Tuyen Quang for generations.
 
Unique “trinh tuong” houses of Tay and Nung peopleicon

Unique “trinh tuong” houses of Tay and Nung people

YOUR VIETNAM
13/10/2021
The northern border province of Lang Son is the home to 7 ethnic groups, which has long been famous for traditional houses called “trinh tuong” of the Tay and Nung people.
Special maturity ritual ceremony of Dao Tien ethnic people in Cao Bangicon

Special maturity ritual ceremony of Dao Tien ethnic people in Cao Bang

YOUR VIETNAM
26/09/2021
The Dao ethnic people consider “cap sac” (maturity ritual) to be sacred and the most important ritual in the life of every man. A Dao man must perform “le cap sac” to affirm his maturity and position in his community.
Wedding ritual of the Nung ethnic group in northern Vietnamicon

Wedding ritual of the Nung ethnic group in northern Vietnam

YOUR VIETNAM
18/09/2021
Young Nung boys and girls in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai make friends and date when they work in the fields or go to market fairs.
Preservation of the Mong’s rattan weaving crafticon

Preservation of the Mong’s rattan weaving craft

YOUR VIETNAM
25/08/2021
Mong people make up 90% of the inhabitants in Lao Chai Commune of the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai. Their lives depend largely on agriculture and forestry.
Nha Lang – a symbol of power in ancient Muong societyicon

Nha Lang – a symbol of power in ancient Muong society

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
09/08/2021
Nha Lang (House of Lang- the landlord class of the Muong) is regarded as a symbol of power in ancient Muong society. It showcases the lives of the highest stratum of one of the four largest ethnic groups in Vietnam.
Ethnic Cao Lan group treasure traditional costumesicon

Ethnic Cao Lan group treasure traditional costumes

YOUR VIETNAM
29/07/2021
The Cao Lan, one of two branches of the San Chay living in a number of northern mountain and midland provinces, often wear their traditional clothes to celebrate important life events, spring ceremonies, and festivals.
Sa Pa local spreads Giay culture, cuisine, and traditions via Youtubeicon

Sa Pa local spreads Giay culture, cuisine, and traditions via Youtube

TRAVEL
27/07/2021
The trend of making Youtube videos has become popular among many young people, even those in the more remote parts of Vietnam.
Bell dance of Dao Tien ethnic groupicon

Bell dance of Dao Tien ethnic group

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
03/04/2021
Dao Tien ethnic people in the northern mountainous province of Son La have been exerting their efforts to preserve bell dancing, which is considered a crucial part of their traditional rituals.
Tet of the San Diuicon

Tet of the San Diu

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
15/02/2021
The San Diu ethnic minority group, who live in northern mountainous areas with a population of nearly 147,000, celebrate quite a lot of festivals the most important of which is Tet, the lunar New Year festival.
Early New Year festival of Cong ethnic peopleicon

Early New Year festival of Cong ethnic people

YOUR VIETNAM
11/12/2020
The Cong ethnic people in the northwestern region of Vietnam celebrate their Tet (New Year) festival, locally known as Tet hoa mao ga or Cockscomb flower Tet), in the 11th lunar month, praying for a new bumper crop harvest in the new year.
Dien Bien: Dao people’s maturity ritual recognised as national intangible heritageicon

Dien Bien: Dao people’s maturity ritual recognised as national intangible heritage

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
08/12/2020
The “cap sac” (maturity ritual) of the Dao Quan chet ethnic minority people in the northwestern mountainous province of Dien Bien’s Tua Chua district has been recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage
Early New Year celebrations of Ha Nhi ethnic people in northern Vietnamicon

Early New Year celebrations of Ha Nhi ethnic people in northern Vietnam

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
26/11/2020
Living in the northern mountainous region, the Ha Nhi celebrate their Tet (New Year) festival more than two months earlier than the Kinh, the largest ethnic group in Vietnam. Let’s find out the distinctiveness in their Tet celebrations.
Fire-jumping ceremony of Red Dao group becomes national intangible heritageicon

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

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS
08/10/2020
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.
Music in wedding ritual of Red Dao in Lao Cai provinceicon

Music in wedding ritual of Red Dao in Lao Cai province

YOUR VIETNAM
15/09/2020
For the Red Dao, a ceremonial music band is an important part of happy events such as wedding ceremonies. The cheerful sound of clarinets and drums expresses the joy of the bride, bridegroom, and their guests.
Try the special beer of the Ha Nhiicon

Try the special beer of the Ha Nhi

TRAVEL
13/09/2020
The Ha Nhi, an ethnic minority group in Bat Xat, in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, has a traditional beer that has existed for hundreds of years, but few people have  had a chance to enjoy it.
Unique marriage custom of the Raglaiicon

Unique marriage custom of the Raglai

YOUR VIETNAM
09/09/2020
The Raglai are a matriarchal ethnic minority group who live in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. When a Raglai couple decides to get married, the girl’s family decides everything.
Tay hamlet preserves ethnic cultureicon

Tay hamlet preserves ethnic culture

YOUR VIETNAM
29/08/2020
Preserving ethnic culture is a tough challenge in the modern world. In Thai Hai hamlet, Thai Nguyen province, preserving the language, costumes, folklore, and customs of Vietnam’s Tay ethnic minority is a task for every family.