Children in norwestern region

Ethnic beauty of the mountainous region in northwestern Vietnam is preserved through folk games, traditional costumes and festivals in early Spring.
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 1Son La province is home to 12 ethnic groups, including Kinh, Thai, H’mong, Muong, Dao, Kho Mu. (Photo: Xuan Mai/Vietnamplus)
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 2H’mong children in Phieng Canh village, Tan Lap commune, Moc Chau district during Tet festival (Photo: Xuan Mai/Vietnamplus)
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 3Spinning top - a popular folk game among children in northern mountainous provinces (Photo: Xuan Mai/Vietnamplus)
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 4Children in apricot blossoming garden (Photo: Xuan Mai/Vietnamplus)
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 5Agricultural products are offered at tourism spots (Photo: Xuan Mai/Vietnamplus)
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 6H’Mong children in Na Ka plum forest (Photo: Xuan May/Vietnamplus)
Children in norwestern region hinh anh 7Children in traditional costumes help promote the beauty of the northwestern region (Photo: Xuan Mai/Vietnamplus)
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