Various activities were held from April 19-21 at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hanoi to celebrate Vietnamese Ethnic Groups’ Culture Day (April 19).
Great national unity will be the main theme of cultural activities to be held at the Culture-Tourism Village of Vietnamese Ethnic Groups in Hanoi in November.
More than 90% of the population of Xuan Giang commune in Ha Giang province is Tay ethnic minority people. Local authorities have established Folk Artisans’ Associations to preserve and develop their traditional cultural identities, especially as it relates to folk melodies and musical instruments.
Son La province has 18 ethnic groups living together despite their different customs and lifestyles. Traditional clothes are an important component of a culture, which identify ethnic groups and reflect their society, production, and history.
PSNews – People in Hanoi will have opportunity to enjoy Ha Giang ethnic groups’ tourism and cultural space and specialties in a program from October 27 to 29, in Ly Thai To Flowery Garden, Hanoi.
Visitors to the Culture-Tourism Village of Ethnic Groups near the capital will next month experience activities featuring the traditional cultures and customs of the ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands.
In the Bahnar ethnic group’s community in Glar commune, Dac Hoa district, Gia Lai province, the trades of sculpting, forging and carpentry are considered as men’s jobs while wine making and brocade weaving are the typical trades of women.
PSNews – When peach flowers and wild sunflowers are colorfully blossoming, H'mong people in Na Tong commune of Dien Bien province are preparing for their special festival, praying for a year of good weather, bumper harvests and good health.
The northwestern province of Dien Bien is gearing up for the Ban (Bauhinia variegate) Flower Festival, which is scheduled to take place from March 11-14, 2017.