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Mcve Viet Muong Showroom 1
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Showroom No. 1: Exhibits and introduces cultures of ethnic groups of Việt - Mường language family (Kinh, Mường, Thổ, Chứt). The people mainly live on wet rice cultivation and fishing. In spiritual life, they worship their ancestors. Their traditional handicrafts develop at high level.

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