(HBO) - On December 31, at the stadium of Pa Co commune, the People's Committee of Pa Co commune, Hang Kia (Mai Chau) held the opening ceremony of Gau Tao Festival of the Mong ethnic people to celebrate the Party and the Lunar New Year in 2023.
(HBO) – As usual, members of the Inter-generational Self-Help Club of Mong sub-area of Luong Son township of Luong Son district gather for a monthly meeting on every 24th day of the month. For local residents, the club has become a common house for them and a place where they can find support, said Nguyen Thi Nhung, one of the members of the club.
(HBO) - On December 26, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism held a meeting to implement the plan of the Provincial People's Committee on building the symbol of the antelope to celebrate the Lunar New Year, 2023.
(HBO) – Yen Thuy district in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh is home to 61,000 people, belonging to seven different ethnic groups. The Muong ethnic group accounts for 69.22 percent, while the Kinh group accounts for 30 percent. Each group has its own unique cultural identity, creating a diverse and rich culture.
(HBO) – There are three main ethnic groups in Cao Phong district, of the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh. These include the Muong, Kinh and Dao, who all live together in relative harmony. The Muong ethnic group is the largest at 72 percent of the total population. Along with socio-economic development, the Party Committee and local government pay attention to preserving and promoting the traditional cultural values of the ethnic groups, especially that of the the Muong ethnic people.
(HBO) - The Mong ethnic people of the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh live mainly in two communes, Hang Kia and Pa Co in Mai Chau district.
(HBO) - On December 20, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism held a conference to announce the preliminary results of archaeological excavations of the two national-level relics, the stone roof of Vanh village in Yen Phu commune and the cave in Trai village in Tan Lap commune (Lac Son). There was attendance of the leaders from the Institute of Archeology, the Center of Prehistory of Southeast Asia, the People's Committee of Lac Son district and the People's Committee of Tan Lap and Yen Phu communes.
(HBO) — Every year, on the 26th day of lunar October, people in Muong Ram village, Lac Thinh commune, Yen Thuy district, organise a traditional ‘De” rice (fermented rice) festival.
(HBO) – Through many excavations of caves and dweling places of prehistoric humans in Hoa Binh province, Dr. Nguyen Viet, Director of the Centre for Prehistoric Southeast Asian Studies, has made many discoveries of the Hoa Binh Civilisation, proving that it was much older and diverse than what have been known so far.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee has convened a meeting to discuss the preparations for the Khai ha Muong Bi Festival 2023. Vice Chairman of the administration Nguyen Van Toan, who is also head of the festival organising committee, chaired the session.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh Civilisation is a renowned prehistoric one in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Its relic sites have been discovered and studied in many periods in history by different teams and individuals.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh province has been seen as a cradle of human development. The traces of the Hoa Binh Civilisation found in the province have helped domestic and foreign archaeologists, scientists and anthropologists learn more about the early days of modern humans.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province is an ancient land where humans came to reside from very early periods. The Hoa Binh Civilisation was discovered in 1926 by Madeleine Colani, a female archaeologist of France. In 1932, it was recognised by the world and officially took its name.
(HBO) – Thirty-five members of the Mo Muong Thang club in Cao Phong district, Hoa Binh province, gathered in early November to exchange experience with other Mo Muong artisans from Tan Lac and Lac Son districts.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province is an ancient land where limestone mountains lie southeasternwards and create many basins and valleys with rich fauna and flora diversity. Due to these natural conditions, humans in the prehistoric period chose this land to reside, creating a renowned civilisation called "Hoa Binh”.
(HBO) – The Stone Age lasted about 3.4 million years and ended around 8700 - 2000 BC. During this period, stone was widely used to create sharp-edged, pointed or single-sided hammer tools used in hunting and gathering.
(HBO) – In the early period of the New Stone Age (the Neolithic), with the appearance of the grinding technique and the contact with different groups of inhabitants nearby, prehistoric humans not only practiced hunting and foraging but also used fire to cook food and make pottery objects.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh Civilisation is a famous prehistoric one found in many Southeast Asian countries, of which Vietnam is home to the biggest number and most diversity of vestiges. More than 130 sites dating back to this civilisation have been discovered in Vietnam, including over 70 in Hoa Binh province. The presence of the Hoa Binh Civilisation is proof that Hoa Binh - Vietnam is one of the cradles of humankind.
(HBO) – The organising board of a workshop marking 90 years since the world’s recognition of the Hoa Binh Civilisation held a tour of some typical archaeological sites of this civilisation on November 22. Participants included officials of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the ministry’s Cultural Heritage Department, the Institute of Archaeology, the Vietnam Archaeological Association, and domestic and foreign scientists. Vice Chairman of the Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Toan, officials of some departments and sectors, and representatives of the Lac Son district People’s Committee also joined the delegation.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh province is working to mark 90 years since the recognition and the study of the Hoa Bình Civilisation. This is a major cultural event aimed at popularising and honouring the special archaeological values of a renowned Stone-Age civilisation in the world.
(HBO) – In Da Bac district – residence area of Tay and Dao ethnic groups, learning their own scripts has been maintained, contributing to preserving cultural identity and exercising equal rights among the ethnic groups.