M’Nong epic poetry - A treasure in majestic Central Highlands Videos

M’Nong epic poetry - A treasure in majestic Central Highlands

The epic poetry of the M’Nong ethnic people in the Central Highlands is often recited or even sung on leisurely nights, after the harvest season, during festivals, or while resting in the fields after a hard day’s work. Join us to learn more about this cultural treasure.
Van Ho turning tourism into economic spearhead Videos

Van Ho turning tourism into economic spearhead

Boasting jaw-dropping scenery and standout cultural traits, Van Ho district in the northern mountainous province of Son La has paid due regarding to developing tourism and making it a spearhead economic sector.
Xoe Thai Dance a cultural symbol of community connection Culture - Sports

InfographicXoe Thai Dance a cultural symbol of community connection

Xoe dance reflects the Thai ethnic people’s perspective on the world and all things, and is performed during Tet, festivals, and important events. The communes of Muong Lo in Yen Bai province, Muong So in Lai Chau province, Thuan Chau in Son La province, and Muong Lay and Dien Bien Phu city in Dien Bien province are considered “centres” of the dance.
Bru-Van Kieu ethnic people preserving traditional culture Videos

Bru-Van Kieu ethnic people preserving traditional culture

The Bru-Van Kieu ethnic minority group have lived among the majestic Truong Son mountains in the Central Highlands for a long time. Through historical ups and downs, they have been able to preserve their traditional cultural values, such as customs, festivals, clothing, and music.
Yen Bai to host ceremony receiving UNESCO certificate on Xoe Thai dance Culture - Sports

Yen Bai to host ceremony receiving UNESCO certificate on Xoe Thai dance

The northern mountainous province of Yen Bai has completed its preparation to host a ceremony to receive the UNESCO's certificate recognising the art of Xoe dance of the Thai ethnic people as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity on September 24, according to Vice Chairwoman of the provincial People’s Committee Vu Thi Hien Hanh.