There are 41 ethnic minority soldiers working on Trường Sa Archipelago, including people of Chăm, Mường, Dao, Mông, Khmer, S’tiêng, Tày and Raglai ethnicities.
If you want to experience an authentic Dao Đỏ herbal bath, you have to do it at Tả Phìn.
The lives of ethnic minority people in the central province of Quảng Bình’s Minh Hóa District have changed thanks to the care of soldiers over the past 10 years.
In a message to communications companies,up-and-coming singer Kỳ Kỳ asked them to draw a clear line between infringements and not-for-profit music covers for the public benefit.
Rare objects and documents associated with President Hồ Chí Minh have been put on public display for the first time at the Hồ Chí Minh Museum.
In recent years, a new attraction in Chi Lăng District has sprung up, namely Khau Sao Meadow with its vast grass fields and thousands of horses.
Singer Trọng Tấn is one of the nation’s top male vocalists, a leading singer of revolution-themed songs and a lecturer at the Việt Nam Academy of Music. The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't stopped him launching a charity fund called Tình Nghệ Sĩ (Love from Artists) to engage more artists nationwide in social works. He talks to Minh Thu about the plan.
The central city has piloted the three first community-based tourism sites in suburban Hòa Vang district as rural ethnic and farm experience attractions in the Master Plan 2025-30.
A lot of young ethnic people living in mountainous remote areas like Lan have recently headed to the cities, bringing not only positive changes but also negative impacts to the ethnic community.