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Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Tags: fortune
Tet dances of the Dao Tet dances of the Dao
The Dao, one of 54 ethnic minority groups in Vietnam, immigrated into the country in the late 17th century, living in areas bordering Laos and China with a population of over 750,000.
Mechanism for corruption-related asset recovery strengthened Mechanism for corruption-related asset recovery strengthened
The Party and the State have exerted great anti-corruption efforts but there remained shortcomings in the process of corruption-related asset recovery and the number of corruption cases detected and handled remained negligible, heard a recent workshop in Hanoi.
Existing inadequacies of Vietnams legislation on agricultural land Existing inadequacies of Vietnam’s legislation on agricultural land
Current agricultural production in Vietnam is characterized by slow growth rate and low productivity. Despite the fact that Vietnam is now the second largest rice exporter in the world, its farmers’ lives have not been much improved and, as a result, many of them quit farming, leading to an increasing trend of abandoning rice fields and agricultural land in recent years.
Tet of the San Diu Tet of the San Diu
The San Diu, which lives in northern mountainous areas with a population of nearly 147,000, celebrates quite a lot of festivals the most important of which is Tet, the lunar New Year festival.
Spring festivals of ethnic minority groups Spring festivals of ethnic minority groups
Spring is considered the season of festivals for ethnic minority people. Each ethnic group has its own festivals characterizing its customs, beliefs and farming practice. Vietnam Law and Legal Forum introduces some typical spring festivals across the country.
Nung ceremony upholds a childs learning Nung ceremony upholds a child’s learning
The Nung, a Tay-Thai language group living in the northeastern region, has a special ceremony called cha le pit chia which is held exclusively for a child predestined to be an outstanding student.
First general election – turning point in Vietnams revolution First general election – turning point in Vietnam’s revolution
The successful first general election on January 6, 1946 went down in history of Vietnam’s revolution as a turning point, featuring the country as an independent state and a people’s democratic state - the first of its kind in Southeast Asia and Africa, said National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung.
Workshop addresses guest workers overstay in South Korea Workshop addresses guest workers’ overstay in South Korea
High incomes and costly formalities for exit from Vietnam are among the reasons behind Vietnamese guest workers’ overstay in South Korea, according to a survey released by the Institute of Labor Science and Social Affairs (ILSSA) at a workshop in Hanoi this month.
Pa Then wedding rites Pa Then wedding rites
Wedding is an important ceremony for the Pa Then, a small ethnic minority group living in the northern mountainous provinces of Ha Giang and Tuyen Quang with a population of over 6,800.
Lax control of foreign traders blamed for market chaos Lax control of foreign traders blamed for market chaos
Tran Van Vu, a farmer in the Mekong delta province of Vinh Long, has lost everything to his investment in purple sweet potato plantation.

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