Ada festival of the Pa Ko

Ada festival of the Pa Ko

(VOVWORLD) -The Ada festival to celebrate a new rice crop is the biggest and most important event of the year for the Pa Ko.  The festival begins on the 6th day of...
The Pa Ko ethnic group

The Pa Ko ethnic group

(VOVWORLD) -The Pa Ko is an ethnic group scattered across the provinces of Quang Tri and Thua Thien-Hue in the Truong Son mountain range. The Pa Ko live in harmony with nature...
Funeral ceremony of the Lo Lo

Funeral ceremony of the Lo Lo

(VOVWORLD) -The funeral ceremony of the Lo Lo contains religious and cultural features. It illustrates the piety of children toward their parents and the community bond
The Lo Lo’s belief of worshipping ancestors

The Lo Lo’s belief of worshipping ancestors

(VOVWORLD) -The Lo Lo ethnic minority group believes that people have a responsibility to worship the ancestors who gave birth to them and raised them. The worship rituals are performed at the...
Xo Dang’s custom of apologizing in the morning

Xo Dang’s custom of apologizing in the morning

(VOVWORLD) -It’s impossible to totally avoid misunderstandings and disagreements. The Xo Dang have a custom of making an apology in the morning to resolve any problem or disagreement between individuals,...
New rice celebration of the Xo Dang

New rice celebration of the Xo Dang

(VOVWORLD) -The New Rice celebration is the most important ritual of the year for the Xo Dang. The villagers thank the Jade Emperor and genies and pray to them to be blessed with a...
Rong house of the Xo Dang

Rong house of the Xo Dang

(VOVWORLD) - Visiting the Xo Dang ethnic minority group in the Central Highlands, tourists are most impressed by a huge Rong house built in the center of the village. It’s...
The Xo Dang in the Central Highlands

The Xo Dang in the Central Highlands

(VOVWORLD) - Today VOV’s Colorful Vietnam: Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups begins a series onthe Xo Dang, an indigenous people of Vietnam’s Central Highlands
“Love deposit” of the Churu

“Love deposit” of the Churu

(VOVworld) – The Central Highlands region attracts tourists for its magnificent forests and mountains and the unique culture of ethnic groups. Continuing our series about the Churu, today we talk about...
Unique culture of the Churu

Unique culture of the Churu

(VOVworld) – Churu culture leaves visitors to Vietnam’s Central Highlands with unforgettable memories. The Churu people have faithfully preserved their traditional costumes, folklore, and handicrafts
Papoose weaving craft of the Churu

Papoose weaving craft of the Churu

(VOVworld) – A papoose is a carrying container used by a number of ethnic groups in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, including the Churu. The papoose reflects the Churu people’s culture...
Chu-ru group in the Central Highlands

Chu-ru group in the Central Highlands

(VOVworld) – The Chu-ru are one of several indigenous groups living in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. They have developed and continued to maintain unique customs, festivals, folk arts, and cultural...
Food of the Gie Trieng

Food of the Gie Trieng

(VOVworld) – Fermented fish is a typical dish of the Gie Trieng in Quang Nam province in the Central Highlands. It’s indispensable at important events and festivals
 New Rice celebration of the Gie Trieng

New Rice celebration of the Gie Trieng

(VOVworld) – The New Rice celebration is a time-honored tradition of ethnic groups in the Truong Son range. Today, VOV reporter Hong Lam reports on the New Rice celebration of...
Dinh Tut, a typical flute of the Gie Trieng

Dinh Tut, a typical flute of the Gie Trieng

(VOVworld) – The Gie Trieng have a population of 33,000 people living mainly in the northern part of the Central Highlands. About two thirds of them cluster in Nam Giang district, Quang...
Clothes of the Gie Trieng

Clothes of the Gie Trieng

(VOVworld) - The Gie Trieng have developed a unique culture while adopting cultural features of other groups in the northern Central Highlands
H’re folk singing

H’re folk singing

(VOVworld) – The H’re love singing.  They sing anywhere and anytime: at work, in leisure time, and at festivals. They have developed unique and diverse singing genres, typically Kaleu and...