Rice harvest begins soon

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Everyting about the H’Mông

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    The H'mông is the fifth most populous minority in Vietnam with more than one million people. The history of this people can be traced back over more than 4,000 years. For about 2,000 years, there have been written records in Chinese chronicles and history books. According to legend, the ancestors of H'Mông "From […]
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The sounds of Ca Tru – 1000 years of musical tradition

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The tradition of Ca Trù, also named Hát Ả Đào or Hát Nói Ca Tru, dates back to the 11th Century. At that time, songs enjoyed great popularity at the royal court as well as among aristocrats and scholars. Attractive young female singers entertained men in a relaxed environment with their songs, based on literary […]
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Preparation for Tết Festival

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The New Year Festival (Tết ) is actually celebrated to welcome the spring time. At the moment, it looks more like summer. This afternoon, it has been raining a bit, but for the next day weather promised us good weather with plenty of sun. The temperature will reach nearly 30 degrees Celsius. For this time […]
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The lunar New Year is coming (Tết ơi, Tết sắp đến rồi!!!!!)

Yet another year is almost over. Preparations for the (Lunar) New Year are already running at full speed. Tết, the lunar New Year Festival, is by far the most important festival in Vietnam. It is, to compare with German holidays, like Christmas, New Year, Easter and Whitsunday together in one holiday season. During the last […]
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