The final month of 2022 will see various activities to welcome a new year, with the participation of about 100 members belonging to 16 ethnic minority groups from 12 localities.
The highlight of the December programme is the Tet market, which re-enacts the cultural space of ethnic groups such as Mong, Dao, Tay and Khang in the high mountains.
The market will feature dozens of booths introducing the local specialities of residents from Bac Kan, Dien Bien, Ha Giang and Cao Bang Provinces.
There are also other interesting activities to be held at the village, such as a panpipe performance by the Mong people in Bac Kan, the re-enactment of the thanksgiving festival of the Khang people, and the Dao people’s festival to pray for a good harvest, among others.
At the weekends, there will be puppetry shows by the Vietnam Puppetry Theatre, as well as dance and folk game performances by various ethnic groups.