Cultural festival of ethnic minorities to be held for the first time in Lai Chau
The first-ever cultural festival of ethnic minorities with a population of fewer than 10,000 people, themed "Preserving and promoting the cultural identities of small ethnic groups," will take place in Lai Chau province, from October 6 to 8.
National Independence Day celebrated in ethnic culture village
Visitors to Việt Nam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hà Nội’s suburb of Sơn Tây this September will have a chance to explore cultural identities and traditional…
Seminar seeks ways to preserve music genres of ethnic minorities
A seminar was held in Dak Lak on April 10 to discuss ways to preserve traditional music genres of ethnic minorities in the central and Central Highlands regions.  
Lai Chau works to keep ethnic culture alive
Lai Chau is a mountainous border province in the northwest of Viet Nam with more than 80 percent of its population being ethnic minorities, creating cultural diversity.  
Festival highlights ethnic group’s traditional culture in Quang Ngai
The festival of gong and folk song for Quang Ngai ethnic minorities kicked off in Tra Xuan Town, Tra Bong District, on June 12.
Bac Giang to host sixth festival for ethnic minorities
Northern Bac Giang Province will host its sixth festival of culture, sports and tourism for ethnic minorities in October, according to the provincial People's Committee.
Festival showcases cultural essence of Quang Ngai ethnic minorities
More than 200 artisans of ethnic minorities across the central province of Quang Ngai presented the best of their traditional culture through musical instrument and singing performances at a recent festival in Son Tay district.
French artist keen on Vietnamese culture
Sébastien Laval has traveled the length and breadth of Viet Nam for the past 20 years creating a memorable photo collection that illustrates the daily lives of the country’s 54 ethnic groups.