An arts programme was held in Hanoi on December 4 to celebrate the success of the second national congress of Vietnamese ethnic minority groups. The congress saw the presence of nearly 1,600 delegates who are outstanding representatives of 54 ethnic groups from across Vietnam.
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan and President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Tran Thanh Man shared the joy with participants at the congress.
National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong joined delegates for a group photo.
Young ethnic participants from the Central Highlands region.
A performance of traditional musical instruments of ethnic groups in Central Highlands region.
An elegant Lao ethnic woman in her traditional costume.
A traditional festival of Muong and Thai ethnic people in the Northwest region was staged at the congress.
A folk dance of Khmer people in the Southern region.
The congress provided a venue for ethnic groups to promote mutual understanding and experience exchange. It was also a socio-political activity helping to raise their awareness and consolidate consensus and trust in the Party’s leadership.
(HBO) - Located nearly 1,000m above sea level, the highland communes of Tan Lac district, including Van Son, have a fresh, cool climate and pristine scenery. Van Son commune is forming a number of routes and sites for tourists to check in, explore and experience. Natural and humanistic tourism resources are being awakened.
(HBO) - These days, all the roads and the residential areas in Hoa Binh city seem to be wearing new clothes. The people have hung the national flag, the main roads are decorated with flags, flowers, banners, slogans, and bright hoardings to celebrate the 78th anniversary of the August Revolution and the National Day, September 2 (1945 - 2023). The reporter from Hoa Binh Newspaper has recorded some images.
(HBO) – To mark the 76th anniversary of the War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27, 1947 - 2023), joining their peers nationwide, young people in Hoa Binh province have carried out a number of practical activities to express gratitude to revolution contributors such as caring for Heroic Vietnamese Mothers; presenting gifts and savings accounts, building houses, and giving assistance to families and children of war invalids and martyrs; and repairing and upgrading martyrs’ cemeteries and monuments.
(HBO) – The Standing Board of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) Committee of Hoa Binh province coordinated with the provincial Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and the People’s Committee of Hoa Binh city to hold a candle lighting ceremony at the Hoa Binh Campaign Martyrs’ Cemetery on July 26 evening to pay tribute to war heroes and martyrs. Hoa Binh province was one of the nine localities nationwide chosen by the HCYU Central Committee to live stream the activity.
(HBO) - Yen Tri (Yen Thuy) is the first commune in the province to be recognized as a model of the new rural commune. Arriving in Yen Tri, you can see the change in this countryside with the well-invested and spacious infrastructure; the quality of health and education is increasingly improved. Besides, promoting its potentials and advantages, Yen Tri has many economic development in the breakthrough directions...