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Friday, July 1, 2022
Tags: the Hmong
Tuyen Quang province determines to be a trustful and attractive investment destination Tuyen Quang province determines to be a trustful and attractive investment destination
Tuyen Quang province is striving to become a national model locality for forestry-based economic development in association with eco-tourism. With 423,000 hectares of forests, including 120,000 hectares of planted forests, it ranks third in the country for forest coverage rate and first among the northern midland and mountainous provinces in terms of harvested timber.
Flax growing and linen weaving - traditional craft of the Hmong Flax growing and linen weaving - traditional craft of the Hmong
Growing flax for making costumes is a special cultural feature of the Hmong. According to Hmong customs, a groom-to-be has to bring two sets of linen clothes as presents for his future in-laws in order to thank them for raising up the bride. When a Hmong man dies, he will be dressed in linen clothes as the Hmong believe flax fibers can lead the spirits of the dead persons back to their ancestors and help them reincarnate as humans.
Farming rituals of the Pa Then Farming rituals of the Pa Then
The Pa Then, a Hmong-Dao language group, resides in lower districts of the northern mountainous provinces of Ha Giang and Tuyen Quang. Pa Then group has eight main family names, including Sinh, Phu, Tai, Lu, Tau, Lan, Van and Hung. Pa Then people believe in polytheism and worship ancestors. Every family has an ancestral altar set up in the middle compartment - the most solemn place of the house, and another altar erected next to but below the ancestral altar to the left for family members who die before reaching the age of 36.
Life and customs of Lo Lo ethnic group Life and customs of Lo Lo ethnic group
The Lo Lo, a Tibeto-Burmese language group, is also called O Man, Lu Loc Man, La La, Qua La, Di Nhan, Di Gia or Lac To. The group’s official name Lo Lo has been used in Vietnam since 1979. The Lo Lo group is divided into two sub-groups, namely Lo Lo Hoa and Lo Hoa Den. Today, almost all Lo Lo people reside in upland districts of Ha Giang, Cao Bang and Lai Chau border provinces.
Early childhood education in disadvantaged areas to receive better financial aid Early childhood education in disadvantaged areas to receive better financial aid
More public early childhood classes will be built in communes with particularly difficult socio-economic conditions, as part of a policy on early childhood education development issued by the Government under Decree 105 dated September 8.
Marriage rituals of the Hmong Xanh Marriage rituals of the Hmong Xanh
The Hmong Xanh, “blue” Hmong, is one of four sub-groups of Hmong people living mostly in Van Ban district of the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai.
Lang Son province: the cross-border trade hub of the North Lang Son province: the cross-border trade hub of the North
Lang Son province is the first point in the Vietnamese territory of the Nanning (China)-Lang Son-Hanoi-Hai Phong and the Nanning (China)-Lang Son-Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City-Moc Bai economic corridors. It is also a gateway connecting Vietnam and other ASEAN countries with China’s Guangxi market and southern China in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area through two international border gates, Chi Ma national border gate and nine auxiliary border gates.
Lao Cai province: a frontier agriculture attraction for foreign investment Lao Cai province: a frontier agriculture attraction for foreign investment
Listed among the top 10 most beautiful places in the world by theRichest, the world’s leading entertainment and lifestyle website, Lao Cai is famous for festivals all year round.
Fire-jumping festival of the Pa Then Fire-jumping festival of the Pa Then
The Pa Then, one of three Hmong-Dao language groups in Vietnam, live in the northern mountainous provinces of Ha Giang and Tuyen Quang.
Jumping festival of the Dao Jumping festival of the Dao
The Dao, a Hmong-Dao language group, is the ninth largest ethnic minority group in Vietnam with a population of over 620,000.

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