Chilly fog, blooming gardens and forests, all make Moc Chau Plateau more poetic during this time of year.
A series of festivals, featuring the beauty of nature, life and people of ethnic groups in the northwestern region, are taking place at the Vietnam National Villages for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hanoi.
An arts programme, introducing the unique cultural identities of the Raglai ethnic minority people from Ninh Thuan province, will take place at the Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Dong Mo, Son Tay district, Hanoi, on June 24-25.
A multi-media exhibition exploring the relationship between traditional crafts and contemporary design will open to the public on April 13 in Hanoi.
Ethnic minority groups with the least populations in 194 villages in 37 mountainous provinces nationwide will be supported to improve their living conditions and catch up with other ethnic groups in terms of development.
The 13th Culture, Sports and Tourism Festival of the ethnic minorities of northwestern Vietnam will be held in Lao Cai City on October 1-3.
Spring is considered the season of festivals for ethnic minority people, and each ethnic group has their own festivals reflecting their customs, beliefs and farming practice. However, all of them share the wish for prosperity and happiness in the new year.