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Cong ethnics celebrate cockscomb flower festival

“Tet hoa mao ga” (or the Cockscomb flower festival) is one of the most important celebrations of the Cong ethnic minority group in the north-western mountainous province of Dien Bien. It has been held for generations and reflects the distinctive cultural identity of the local people.
Vietjet brings cosy Tet to 1,000 children Society

Vietjet brings cosy Tet to 1,000 children

Budget airline Vietjet and the Vietnam Association for Protection of Child's Rights on November 25 announced a programme called “A cosy Tet for you 2021” to support disadvantaged children in rural areas.
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.
Craft villages in Dien Bien province to be revived Videos

Craft villages in Dien Bien province to be revived

The northern mountainous province of Dien Bien still lacks traditional craft villages that are recognised under the provisions of Decree No 52 from the Government on the development of rural sectors and traditional craft villages. Villages short of capital and with disorganised production and outdated technologies are failing to meet market demand.
90 years of Vietnam Fatherland Front: National unity promoted Society

90 years of Vietnam Fatherland Front: National unity promoted

National unity was driving force for Vietnam’s victories during wars. It now is the country’s growth momentum. With a view to further promoting national unity, the Vietnam Fatherland Front has continually initiated and organised several activities to evoke patriotism and unity among people.
Soldiers’ special classes in Son La Society

Soldiers’ special classes in Son La

For many years, numerous special classes have been opened by soldiers in the northern mountainous province of Son La to promote literacy and spread the knowledge to local people.