Ha Giang Province is renowned not only for its magnificent mountain landscape and plateau of rocks, but also for the warm hospitality and kindness of its local people, especially the hardworking and friendly women in the mountainous areas.
During the early days of March, visitors to Ha Giang Province’s plateau of rocks can witness the vibrant presence of ethnic minority women wearing traditional and colorful costumes. These women can be seen engaging in various activities such as going to markets, attending schools, and farming.
Cowgirls of the Mong ethnic minority group in Lao Va Chai Commune in Yen Minh District.
These women strive to overcome challenges and improve their living conditions, contributing to the cultural, social, and economic development of the border province in the northern tip of the country.
|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.
Ms. Vang Thi My, 85, in Ta Lung Commune still spends much time on gardening with her daughter everyday.
Women in Ha Che Village in Meo Vac District’s Sung Tra Commune help soldier Ho Xia Xinh’s family carry out farming activities.
Vang Thi May and her 8-month-old daughter say goodbye to her husband at the Military Command Committee of Meo Vac District before he leaves for military service on March 3.
Ms. Vang Thi Pa, a receptionist of Mong Village’s Ecological Tourist Area in Quan Ba District, and her colleague help a visitor complete check-in procedures and introduce him to the traditional costume of the Mong ethnic group.
Ms. Ha Thuy Mai of the Center of Information and Culture of Meo Vac District takes photographs to promote the province’s tourism.