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On the occasions of New Year’s, new moon, full moon and commemoration of dead relatives, the Vietnamese always have on the altar a plate of flowers and another one with betel and areca. [ more... ]
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Roong Pooc, meaning ‘Down to the Fields’, is the Giay people’s spring festival, which ends the month of leisure (New Year month) and starts a new working year with new crops. [ more... ]
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Roong Pooc, meaning ‘Down to the Fields’, is the Giay people’s spring festival, which ends the month of leisure (New Year month) and starts a new working year with new crops. [ more... ]
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Grave abandonment is a sacred ceremony that deeply encompasses the spiritual values of the Tay Nguyen ethnic minorities. It is a solemn rite, [ more... ]
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On 25 November, 2005, The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization officially included the gong culture of the Tay Nguyen people into the Representative List of the... [ more... ]
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The hilly territory of Tu Le Commune, Van Chan District, Yen Bai Province, is surrounded by three famous mountaintops including KhauPha, [ more... ]
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Among the deities worshipped by the Chinese in Ho Chi Minh City, perhaps the Chief Lord of Morality and Fortune is the most revered and followed. [ more... ]
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In hilly Phu Yen province, horses have been pooling carts to transport farm produce since the dawn of time. [ more... ]
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Legends have it that once upon a time, there was a Thai female warlord named Lady Han, who defeated northern invaders on the eve of a new year. [ more... ]
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Though not an obligatory rite, asking for and giving written words is a cultural feature of the New Year celebration, especially popular in the cities. [ more... ]
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