Ethnic minority groups in Yen Bai preserve traditional costumes

  •  Thursday, March 11, 2021

YBO - In 2019, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism approved a project on preserving and promoting traditional costumes of Vietnamese ethnic minority groups in the present period.

A traditional costume shop in Nghia Lo town.
A traditional costume shop in Nghia Lo town.

The project will run until 2030 with two phases. Under the project, by 2022, most of students at boarding schools in cities and provinces will wear their traditional costumes two days per week, and during festivals. 

Home to 30 ethnic minority groups, Yen Bai has always paid attention to preserving their traditional costumes. 


Young Tay people in Kien Thanh commune, Tran Yen district, exchange skills of embroidering patterns on traditional costumes. 


Costumes of Dao Do (Red Dao) are decorated with sophisticated patterns. 


Cao Lan girls in Tan Huong commune, Yen Binh district in traditional costumes.

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