“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...
Exploring Lai Chau cuisine

Exploring Lai Chau cuisine

(VOVworld) – Lai Chau province in Vietnam’s northwest is famous not only for its scenic spots but also for its cuisine
Phu Luu village in Bac Ninh province

Phu Luu village in Bac Ninh province

(VOVworld) - Phu Luu, a village in Bac Ninh province, is famous for trading betel and areca, which used to be a specialty of the Vietnamese. Also known as Giau village or Giau market...
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
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...
Love and marriage in Vietnam’s history and customs

Love and marriage in Vietnam’s history and customs

(VOVworld) - Over years, the Vietnamese concepts of love and marriage have evolved. Nowadays, single mothers, cohabitation, same-sex marriage, and sex before marriage are becoming more accepted. Males and females are...
US Culure: Melting pot or Salad Bowl

US Culure: Melting pot or Salad Bowl

(VOVworld) – American history began with waves of immigrants, bringing their own cultures and traditions to a vast new country.  With such a diverse population, some people compared the US culture to a melting...
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...
Muong Lo - cradle of Black Thai culture

Muong Lo - cradle of Black Thai culture

(VOVworld)- Muong Lo valley in Nghia Lo township, Yen Bai province is famous for delicious rice thanks to its fertile soil. Nestled in mountains, the flat valley is the habitat...
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

A: The traditional Vietnamese wedding is one of the most important ceremonies in Vietnamese culture with influences from Confucian and Buddhist ideology. It is a significant day not only for...
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...
Rooster in Vietnamese folklore

Rooster in Vietnamese folklore

(VOVworld) – The rooster is associated with Vietnam’s historical myths. From a domestic animal, rooster became a sacrifice that Vietnamese offer to the genies during the Lunar New Year festival. The...
Wednesday January 25, 2017

Wednesday January 25, 2017

(VOVworld) - Vietnamese people are rushing to prepare for Tet, the Lunar New Year celebration, which will begin on Saturday. It is the most important holiday in Vietnam. Many people get...
Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

A: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Christmas is just around the corner and we wish you a happy holiday season
Rugby – the pride of New Zealand

Rugby – the pride of New Zealand

(VOVworld) – If football players around the world sing their national anthem before a match, rugby players in New Zealand perform the Haka, their traditional war dance. Rugby and Haka have become the pride...
Hangi - New Zealand’s traditional specialty

Hangi - New Zealand’s traditional specialty

(VOVworld) – Have you ever eaten food that is cooked under-ground with no pan, no fire, and no spice? New Zealand people do that with Hangi - their traditional food. Let’s find...