Ha Nhi ethnics in Lai Chau celebrate new year early Videos

Ha Nhi ethnics in Lai Chau celebrate new year early

The 11th lunar month is when the Ha Nhi ethnics celebrate their new year, known as Khù Sự Chà. It is a time for relaxation, entertainment, reunions, and passing on best wishes. The holiday lasts for five days after harvest.
Harvesting ‘green gold’ on cloud-covered mountains Society

Harvesting ‘green gold’ on cloud-covered mountains

Shan tuyet tea trees in Ta Xua commune of Bac Yen district in the northern mountainous province of Son La grow in an environment that is filled with clouds and cold fog all year round. Shan tuyet tea is a precious specialty of the local Mong ethnic minority people, who call it “green gold”.
Stunning vista of Ly Son Island Travel

Stunning vista of Ly Son Island

Located 30 kilometres from the central province of Quang Ngai’s Sa Ky port, Ly Son Island has gained growing reputation amongst both domestic and foreign tourists. Besides, it is probably the one place on earth where people will never find any vampires as this is the Kingdom of Garlic.
Deputy PM congratulates Khmer people on traditional New Year festival Society

Deputy PM congratulates Khmer people on traditional New Year festival

Politburo member and Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh offered congratulations to Khmer Theravada Buddhist monks and followers on the traditional Chol Chnam Thmay Festival and Buddha’s birthday during a visit to Candaransi Pagoda in District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, on April 26.
Khmer ethnic group celebrates festival amid COVID-19 Society

Khmer ethnic group celebrates festival amid COVID-19

In an effort to join hands with the people in the country to prevent and combat COVID-19 epidemic, Khmer people in the Mekong Delta, particularly in Soc Trang province are celebrating their new year festival - Chol Chnam Thmay - in a spirit of anti-epidemic, while still preserving their traditional culture and ensuring safety for the community.