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Mcve H Mong Dzao Showroom
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Showroom No. 3: Exhibits and introduces cultures of ethnic groups of three H’mông – Dzao language families: (H’mông, Dzao, Pà Thẻn), Ka Đai (La Chí, La Ha, Cờ Lao, Pu Péo) and Tạng Miến (Lô Lô, Phù Lá, Hà Nhì, La Hủ, Cống, Si La). The people are good in cultivation on burnt over land and terrace fields. Periodic market is an activity which clearly shows the cultural characters of mountainous area including gastronomy, attire, embroidery, printing patterns on fabric, performing music and khèn dancing etc.

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Uploaded: 08/11/2010
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