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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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Delight has come at the end of the year as UNESCO recently tagged the practices related to the Vietnamese belief in the Mother Goddesses of the Three Realms to be included ... [ more... ]
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Guan Gong Temple is one of the typical cultural heritages of the Minh Huong Chinese community at Thu Xa Street, Nghia Hoa Commune, Tu Nghia District, Quang Ngai [ more... ]
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Chuong Village stands on a bank of the mild Day River, in Phuong Trung Commune, Thanh Oai Prefecture of Hanoi. [ more... ]
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Cock fights existed in India, China, Persia and other eastern countries. [ more... ]
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The story of Saint Giong is one of the most beautiful and glorious legends of the Viet people about their spirit and strength in the fight against aggressors to protect the Fatherland. [ more... ]
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Gongs are the means to communicate with the sublime, to say farewell to the souls of the deceased that are going to meet the ancestors, [ more... ]
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Pasteboard masks have been Hanoi kids’ toys, especially in the occasion of Mid-Autumn celebrations, for ages. But today, just a handful of people ...
In Phan Thiet, bánh hỏi with pig bowels (lòng heo) is synonymous with Phu Long Town, which is the name of the native place of this dish, where it is ...
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