Insects including crickets, worms and locusts have always been favorite ingredients in the cuisine of Muong people in Thanh Hoa province.
(Cinet)- A festival highlighting Vietnamese traditional “ao dai” dresses was held at Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi on March 4.
The traditional lunar New Year festival is the biggest festival for all Vietnamese people. Each ethnic group has its own way to celebrate Tet but no matter which group it is, its people always spend lots of time preparing for this special occasion. In today’s “Sunday Show”, let’s discover the Tet preparation of the Mong, one of the largest ethnic groups in northern Vietnam.
The traditional long tunic and trousers of Vietnam, or Ao Dai, has always been seen as a cultural symbol of the country and people of Vietnam. However, few know that this traditional outfit appeared very early and experienced a lot of ups and downs.