Moon cakes are an indispensable part of Vietnamese people’s celebrations of the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is held annually on the 15th day of the eight lunar month. There are two types of moon cake; banh nuong (brown baked cake) and banh deo(snow skin sticky cake). The making of moon cakes has many steps, including processing the ingredients, making the crust and mixing the…
The Muong culture is expressed in the group’s lifestyle, customs, and beliefs. The wedding ritual of the Muong in Hoa Binh shapes the formation and development of the family and clan. The wedding ceremony of the Muong has been simplified in recent years but it still echoes the traditional ritual. In the past marriage was arranged by the parents and…
It's the legend about the mountain of a woman who is waiting for her husband. Once upon a time there lived in the highland of northern Vietnam a boy orphaned of both his mother and father. He lived with his little sister in a small cottage on the slopes of a hill. Every day at early dawn he went to…


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