Category Archives for Ethnic Groups

Portrait of 05 ethnic groups in Sapa

Viet Nam has total of 54 ethnic groups, the Kinh (Viet) account for the highest percentage (87%) and the remaining 53 groups are often defined as ethnic minorities. But in Sapa town that the Kinh form the minority, accounting for about 15%, and 85% are Mong, Dao, Tay, Giay, Xa Pho ethnic. All ethnic group […]

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Pan-pipe Of Mong Ethnic

In addition to the unique spiritual life, the Mong people also attach great importance to spiritual and cultural life and they are very fond of art. The Mong young men, in addition to being a good farmer, must also know how to play the flute and dance the flute. A good trumpet player will have […]

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Mong Ethnic – The Biggest Minority Group In Sa Pa

Mong ethnic was come to Viet Nam in the early of eighteen century, they lived together in the craggy alpine areas, strongly dissected topography, steep, difficult for travel. It’s microclimate is favorable for animal, poultry farming and growing fruit trees such as peaches, plums, pears…  Mong people follows polytheism (everythings has a soul), their altar […]

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Traditional Costume Of Red Dao People In Sapa

Red Dao woman seems to bring the breath of the jungle in their costumes by the rich imagination combine with diligence perseverance in every stitch to make a complete costume. The traditional costume of red Dao people is very special prominent in Hoang Lien mountain by brilliant red headgear. Especially the natural colors from many […]

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Something About Black Mong Ethnic In Sapa

The Mong ethnic groups are one of the few societies in the country who continue to make the majority of the clothes that they wear. Hemp is commonly used to produce the clothing, and many of the designs feature fine embroidery and elaborate patterns Sapa is an idyllic, mountainous region, popular with trekkers worldwide. The town […]

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Red Dao People In Sapa

Red Dao people  is the second largest population after H’Mong people in Sa Pa. Also originating from Yunnan – China, Red Dao people  are a small part of Dao ethnic group immigrated to Vietnam from the thirteenth century to the 40s of the previous century They live most concentrated in the communes of Ta Phin, […]

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A pan-pipe of Mong people

If anyone has ever visited the villages of the H’Mong people, it will be hard to forget the passionate and fierce of the pan-pipe running through the streams, pervading in the clouds with the trees and flowers, resounding around the forest that create a lovely song. There is a moving story for a legend which […]

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Ethnic groups in Lao Cai province

The population of the Lao Cai province is combination of ethnic groups. An incredible variety of peoples, some of them are unique in Vietnam and only found on a relatively small area. In fact, visitors can meet 24 ethnic groups, each with its own language, culture and traditions. This cultural wealth is explained by the […]

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