The awe-inspiring scenery of a northernmost province and the simple, rustic life led by ethnic minority groups who inhabit the vast area are really mesmerizing to local and international tourists alike.
The traditional horizontal stilt houses, which are unique to the Ede ethnic minority in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, are dropping notably in number and falling in traditional architectural values, and even risk being wiped out.
A cultural complex representing Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups has sat derelict since parts of it were opened four years ago in time for the millennial birthday of Hanoi
A festival dedicated to ethnic groups’ culture and art is set to run in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on Saturday and Sunday
“Ning nong” season, when ethnic minority groups in Vietnam’s Central Highlands take a break from fieldwork to celebrate a new crop, holds great appeal to both locals and tourists
Several more traditional and ethnic minority spring fests are going on or set to run in the Northwest mountainous region, in Thua Thien- Hue and Long An provinces.
The Thua Thien – Hue People’s Committee recently agreed to the compilation of teaching materials on the endangered languages of three ethnic minority groups in the area.
Over 350 reliefs depicting ethnic minorities’ daily lives and cultural values have recently been attached to the Dak Nong bridge walls to beautify the bridge and promote the peoples’ culture.
The chronicle documentary titled “Viet Nam 54 dan toc” (Vietnam’s 54 peoples), which features Vietnam’s ethnic minorities in their living environs, is on air on HTV7 starting June 11.
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