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Mong's house in Ban Pho, Bac Ha district
Vietnam

This photo was taken inside a house of Mong people in Ban Pho village. Ban Pho village away Bac Ha town 3km north east. This village is a home base of famous corn wine (Ruou Ngo) which is very special and popularity in plateau Bac Ha, Lao Cai province.

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