Ha Giang Province locating in the remote far northern region of the country is popular as Vietnam's northernmost point. It is not only well-known for the grandiose mountain landscape of plateau of rocks, but also the hospitality and kindness of local people, especially rustic, friendly and hard-working women in the mountainous area.
In the beginning of March, visitors coming to the plateau of rocks in Ha Giang Province can see the images of ethnic minority women wearing traditional colorful costume in every activities like simply going to markets, going to schools and farming.
Female farmers in Meo Vac District’s Can Chu Phin Commune raise domestic fowls and make corn wine for selling at local markets.
Students of Sung Tra Commune’s ethnic-minority Day School in Meo Vac District return to classrooms after school closures due to Covid-19.
Local people in Meo Vac town go back to work in the first days of Spring.
Women in Ha Che Village in Meo Vac District’s Sung Tra Commune help soldier Ho Xia Xinh’s family carry out farming activities.
Ms. Ha Thuy Mai of the Center of Information and Culture of Meo Vac District takes photographs to promote the province’s tourism.
By Quang Phuc – Translated by Kim Khanh