(HBO) - From tree... to yarn... then working hard day after day, month after month with the patience and diligence of Mong women in Pa Co commune (Mai Chau), the linen sheets being into shape is an image of cultural beauty, a link to the past, a standard for evaluating a woman's quality.
Every year, around February and March of
the lunar calendar, when it starts to rain, the flax seeds are planted at a
high density so that the plant grows straight and thin, without many branches
and twigs, and gives good quality. Flax fiber is harvested after about 60 - 70
days from the date of sowing. The costumes ofMong people are uniquely shaped on linen with a clever combination of
three basic techniques: embroidery, beeswax painting and fabric piecing.
Mong people in Pa Co commune harvest flax.
The people are peeling the flax bark into
small fibers, then connect them and roll them into rolls.
Mong women always carry with them a handful
of flax fibers to spin.
The process of drawing beeswax to print
patterns on the fabric to highlight the outfit.
The weaving process is usually done by the
elderly in the family.
Starting from the end of October, Cao Phong orange region entered a new target. With confirmed quality, Cao Phong oranges have a special appeal for consumers inside and outside Hoa Binh province as well as tourists to Hoa Binh.
(HBO) - Within the framework of activities of the first Fish and Shrimp Festival of Da river in Hoa Binh province; OCOP Agricultural Fair and product exhibition in the Northern midlands and mountainous areas in 2023, in the evening of October 26, the Provincial People's Committee held the festival praying for fish and releasing flower lanterns on Da River.
(HBO) - Mai Chau district is not only known for its fresh climate, poetic landscape and hospitable ethnic people but also for its native folk culture, festivals, and traditional crafts. These are the "golden advantages" for developing community-based tourism, making Mai Chau an attractive tourist destination.
(HBO) - A night festival with flower-shaped lanterns was held on the Da river in Hoa Binh city on October 26 as part of the activities in the framework of the first Da River Fish-Shrimp Festival, and the Agricultural Fair and Exhibition of OCOP products in the northern midland and mountainous region in 2023. The event attracted crowds of visitors and local residents. Thousands of colourful lanterns were floated, creating a shimmering scene on the river. Each lantern carried messages of peace, good fortune, and good weather.
(HBO) - On July 24th, 2020, the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Trinh Dinh Dung, attended the Ceremony to announce the Prime Minister's Decision to recognize Luong Son district meeting the new rural standards in 2019 and receiving the f Third-Class Labor Medal.