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Praying for rain is a tradition of many of the 54 ethnicities in Vietnam, although it is quite different from one minority to another. [ more... ]
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Dwelling at the foot of Ngoc Linh Mountain, Quang Nam Province, the Xe Dang people value rice above most other things. At the end of each harvest, [ more... ]
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Today we rarely see a thatch heap, even in a purely agricultural countryside. But just a few decades ago, thatch heaps were a symbol of the Vietnamese countryside. [ more... ]
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In many Chinese shrines and temples in Ho Chi Minh City, one can see a figure covered in completely black or white, with a fan in his hand. [ more... ]
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B ach Ma or White Horse Temple is an architectural complex built in the mid-15th century with a harmonious arrangement and many sophisticated carvings with folklore themes [ more... ]
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The sixth day of a new lunar new year might be the only day that all villagers of Thu Le in Thua Thien Hue Province wake up early all at the same time in a year. [ more... ]
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The maturity ritual is one of the oldest and most unique customs of the Red Dao minority living in the mountains of North Vietnam, and is recognized by the government as a national intangible heritage. [ more... ]
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‘Without xòe there is no fun, rice yields no crop, maize shoots, no corn, girls and boys don’t make couples.’ Those are the words of an ancient song that Thai people sing to eulogize their xòe dance. [ more... ]
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Some years ago, this magazine ran a cover story of Ho Chi Minh City's Ao Dai Museum, which tells the history and displays the glorious diversity of ...
There is not a lot to see or do in Tra Vinh Province. There is some quintessentially Mekong countryside — vivid green rice fields and water coconut ...
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