Cultural festival highlights Dao ethnic’s tradition

  •  Thursday, October 01, 2020

YBO - Van Yen district recently held the cultural festival of the Dao ethnic, featuring an exhibition of local standout staples, folk games, cultural performances, and an art programme to celebrate the success of the province’s 19th Party Congress.

The festival features folk game of the Dao people.
The festival features folk game of the Dao people.

Attending the festival, visitors had an opportunity to experience unique tradition of the Dao people, including Pao dung singing, Cau mua dance, turtle dance, bell dance, and fire dance; enjoy performance of traditional costumes and an array of folk games like stick pushing, foot shuttlecock, among others.

The activities aimed at popularise and honour cultural values of the Dao ethnic in Van Yen district.


Delegates visit local staple booths.

Một tiết mục múa trong Ngày hội văn hóa dân tộc Dao Văn Yên

A traditional dance at the festival

Bui Minh

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