A photograph exhibition showcasing the culture of ethnic people from different regions across the country is being held in the south-central province of Phu Yen from August 13-16.
PSNews – In order to improve the efficiency of the prevention and fight against Covid-19, the Gia Lai authorities and police forces have taken various approaches, including disseminating information about the disease for people, especially ethnic people living in remote areas.
PSNews – Senior Colonel Thung Van Nhiem, Vice Director of the Department of Homeland Security, on October 31 received a delegation of reputable persons of ethnic minorities from Ninh Thuan province.
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.
The living standards of Khmer ethnic people in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang have been improved in recent years thanks to the Party and State’s investment policies to develop the region.
PSNews - A seminar themed “Disseminating insurance policies and mobilizing local and ethnic people to voluntarily buy social insurance in Northwestern provinces” was organized by the Vietnam Social Insurance, Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs and Ethnic Minority and Development Newspaper in Dien Bien city (Dien Bien province) on October 21.
PSNews-On the evening of June 11, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in collaboration with the Quang Nam Provincial People’s Committee opened The Cultural Exchange and Lunar New Year’s Pole Setting up Ritual Festival of ethnic groups in Vietnam themed “Cultural Features of Mountainous Quang Nam” in Tay Giang District, Quang Nam.
PSNews- The Quan Thanh Temple Festival, also known as the Co Sau Festival, is celebrated from generation to generation of local people on February 15 (lunar calendar) in order to preserve Quan Thanh Temple’s history and value.
Cleaning up or replacing the altaris the most crucial ritual in the festival of the Mong people. It is believed to please their ancestors, who will protect and bless them during the upcoming year.