(Cinet)- Sua flower is also a special flower that only bloom in March. In the humid and rainy days in this time of the year, the purity of Sua flower is possibly the only thing that can lighten the whole city up. During this time of March, Hoa Sua is bursting into bloom with white blossoms, creating a peaceful and fresh atmosphere.
The Lo Lo are one of the many ethnic minorities in Vietnam, living for many generations in the Dong Van Rocky Plateau.
H’Mong minority ethnic group in the northern upland province of Son La celebrates the New Year a month earlier than the country’s traditional Lunar New Year, or Tet.
(Cinet)- With only two weeks to go before the Mid-Autumn Festival, markets are full of people buying mooncakes and colourful lanterns made by local artisans and manufacturers.
The Dao Khau live mainly in the Sin Ho district of Lai Chau province. Like other ethnic minority groups in Sin Ho, the Dao Khau consider the wood stove an important symbol of their lives. Despite many changes in their cooking habits, the Dao Khau have maintained the cultural traditions associated with their wood stoves.