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54 ethnic groups live and grow on the S-shaped strip of land, creating a resilient Vietnamese people. The friendly, sociable and united Vietnamese are increasingly showing their spirit to the world. This radio show introduces you to the life, culture, society and spirit of Vietnam's 54 ethnic groups. Best regards.
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VOV - Vietnam's 54 Ethnic groups VOV - Voice of Viet Nam

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54 ethnic groups live and grow on the S-shaped strip of land, creating a resilient Vietnamese people. The friendly, sociable and united Vietnamese are increasingly showing their spirit to the world. This radio show introduces you to the life, culture, society and spirit of Vietnam's 54 ethnic groups. Best regards.
Note: Search "VOV" on App to listen other VOV's radio show.
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    Cham people refine worshipping rituals

    Cham people refine worshipping rituals

    Cham people used to have cumbersome procedures for weddings, funerals, and other rituals. Since the Party Central Committee issued a resolution on developing Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity in 1998 and other social movements to build cultural families and lifestyles, the Cham have simplified their rituals to uphold their traditions while reducing expenses.

    Photo: A wedding ceremony of the Cham in Ninh Thuan province.

    https://vovworld.vn/en-US/colorful-vietnamvietnams-54-ethnic-groups/cham-people-refine-worshipping-rituals-887860.vov


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    • 2 min
    Thai singing to bid farewell to son, welcome daughter in-law

    Thai singing to bid farewell to son, welcome daughter in-law

    Traditionally, a Thai ethnic man had to stay at his in-laws’ house for 2 to 7 years before bringing his wife home. Although this tradition is no longer practiced, Thai people still observe a singing custom at  weddings called “khap xong khuoi, ton pau” which means singing to bid farewell to the son and welcome the new daughter in-law.

    Photo: A wedding feast of the Thai people in the northern province of Son La.

    https://vovworld.vn/en-US/colorful-vietnamvietnams-54-ethnic-groups/thai-singing-to-bid-farewell-to-son-welcome-daughter-inlaw-885485.vov


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    Masks in religious rites of the Dao

    Masks in religious rites of the Dao

    The Dao comprise two groups, who speak the Mien and Mun dialects. In religious rites of the Mùn group, there are always Ka Dong men wearing masks with two horns. They are mysterious men representing deities in the Dao rituals.


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    • 11 min
    Veteran artist helps revive Chu Ru culture

    Veteran artist helps revive Chu Ru culture

    The sound of gongs, gourd clarinets, and drums echoes over mountains and forests from Diom A hamlet, Don Duong district, Lam Dong province. Regular performances have revived the music and dances of the local Chu Ru.

    Ma Bio plays a gong with a Chu Ru art troupe. (photo: nhandan.com.vn)

    https://vovworld.vn/en-US/colorful-vietnamvietnams-54-ethnic-groups/veteran-artist-helps-revive-chu-ru-culture-880664.vov


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    • 3 min
    Gongs in the life of the Tho

    Gongs in the life of the Tho

    The Tho ethnic minority live in mountain communes in Nghe An and Thanh Hoa province. They have maintained their traditional costumes, folk singing, and dancing. Gong playing is an important part of their culture.

    https://vovworld.vn/en-US/colorful-vietnamvietnams-54-ethnic-groups/gongs-in-the-life-of-the-tho-874606.vov


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    • 2 min
    Brocade weaving of the Dao Tien group

    Brocade weaving of the Dao Tien group

    It’s a Dao tradition that girls must learn to weave, embroider, and make their own clothes when they are little. The embroidery patterns on their clothes reflect the culture and religion of the Dao. Today VOV looks at the brocade weaving and embroidery of the Dao Tiền in Cao Bang province.

    Photo: Dao Tien women make their traditional clothes.

    https://vovworld.vn/en-US/colorful-vietnamvietnams-54-ethnic-groups/brocade-weaving-of-the-dao-tien-group-865089.vov


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    • 4 min

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