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Hoa Binh preserves traditional costumes of local ethnic groups

(HBO) – Along with language, costume is a traditional cultural heritage of each ethnic group, which manifests their cultural identity as well as unique art and religious values.

Muong Vang culture kept alive

(HBO) - Muong Vang in Lac Son district is one of the four biggest and best-known Muong ethnic areas in Hoa Binh. With 90 percent of the local population being Muong ethnic people, the district has always paid special attention to the preservation and development of the local traditional cultural value.

Ha hamlet – an exemplary residential area

(HBO) – Ha hamlet in Phu Lai commune, Yen Thuy district, was recognised as a model new-style rural residential area for the 2018 - 2020 period. It is home to more than 140 households of three ethnic groups, with 95 percent belonging to the Muong ethnic group. Over the past years, local residents have united and actively engaged in emulation movements, especially the one on building new-style countryside and civilised cities in tandem with the "All people stay united to develop a civilised lifestyle” movement.

Cao Phong district: Cultural values preserved for tourism development

(HBO) – Hoa Binh province’s Cao Phong district, home to Muong Thang land with excellent cultural values and stunning natural landscapes, has paid due attention to preserving its culture to develop various kinds of tourism products.

Mo Muong and path towards world’s heritage

(HBO) – Thanks to the Resolution adopted at the fifth plenum of the 8th-tenure Party Central Committee on building and developing Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity, Mo Muong, a unique cultural heritage of the Muong ethnic group in Hoa Binh province, has been restored since 2000.

Phong Phu commune preserves traditional culture

(HBO) – Over the past years, Phong Phu commune in Tan Lac district has paid due attention to preserving and promoting fine traditional cultural values, thus preserving the cultural trait of the locality and developing community-based tourism.