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Name of ethnic group: Bru-Van Kieu (Tri, Khua, and Ma-Coong) Population: 55,559 people (Year 1999) Locality: The mountain regions of Quang Binh, Quang Tri, and Thua Thien-Hue provinces.
Three quarters of Vietnam's territory consists of mountains and hills. Vietnam is divided into four distinct mountainous zones.
Typical food in the North Vietnam: Pho (Rice noodle soup) Com (Grilled green rice) Cha ca la vong (la vong grilled fish pies) Banh cuon (Rolled rice pancake).
La Vong grilled fish (cha ca La Vong) is a favorite dish of Hanoi people. Hanoi now has several shops selling grilled fish, but no one of them can equal Cha ca La Vong in term of quality and flavor. Located in Cha Ca Street, Cha ca La Vong is the famous restaurant not only to Hanoians but also ...
How did the white rabbit become the ritual object? Tho Trang is a ritual object during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The ancient La Van is also named La Mien - the home of the traditional vocation - planting cotton and weaving cloth. The name La Van appeared firstly in 1941. Nowadays, La Van village belongs to Quynh Hong community, Quynh Phu district, Thai Binh province. On the 4th of the first lunar month every ...
On a beautiful spring day in Nam Dinh, a light breeze blows over the multicolored traditional flags planted at the four corners of the arena where the finalists of the National Wrestling Championship are about to compete.
Folk paintings are a combination of traditional cultural values with ancient artistic methods that have been created through the labor of past generations. There are two types of Vietnamese folk paintings, Tet (Lunar New Year Festival) paintings and worshipping paintings.
Located next to the ancient quarter of Hoi An, the Thanh Ha ceramic village has been in existence for a long time. The village is famous for its traditional ceramic products.
Approximately 2,500 years ago, pictures of dancers were engraved on the Dong Son drums. These engravings reveal two dance styles, one with accessories and one without accessories. The main dance accessory was a hat ornamented with a bird feather; it appears that the ancient Vietnamese treasured ...