Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Nguyen Van Huyen St, Cau Giay Dist, Hanoi.
Hotline: 0981 20 29 25 - 0981 20 29 22
Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Nguyen Van Huyen St, Cau Giay Dist, Hanoi.
Hotline: 0981 20 29 25 - 0981 20 29 22

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Dragon Burning Bodhi Leaf

Dragon is a sacred animal, representing the strength and power. Therefore, in festivals, people often perform “Dragon Dancing” with a view to praying for good weather. This performance expresses Vietnamese people’s wish for a prosperous life.

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MC Teu

“Teu” means “laugh” in Chinese-transcribed Vietnamese. Teu is the symbol of a smart and funny farmer who is good at repartee in old festivals. MC Teu often opens the show and creates a cheerful atmosphere for traditional water puppet shows.

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Ploughing

To the lilting sound of buffalo-bay’s flute, ploughmen can be seen wading through a paddy field with their buffalo. A group of rice transplanters nimbly take handfuls of seedlings from sheaves held under their arms and plant them in the …

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Traditional Rice Drum

Rice drum is a traditional instrument in a folk orchestra. This performance will show you how Vietnamese people play this type of instrument, accompanied by a traditional kid song about Rice Drum.

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Children Swimming

On hot summer days, Vietnamese children often go swimming in the river and play traditional games. “Children Swimming” depicts this scene of Vietnamese villages through which shows happiness and vitality of children.

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