The event is an opportunity for Tuyen Quang province to introduce the image, land, people and unique traditional cultural values of ethnic groups of the province to the Hanoians, domestic and international visitors.
The event took place in three days, from August 30 to September 1, with many activities such as: displaying, introducing cuisine, specialty products, agricultural products, tourism of localities of Tuyen Quang province; performing cultural rituals and costumes of the Tay, Dao and Cao Lan ethnic groups; performing two models of Mid-Autumn lanterns.
Ham Yen orange and Soi Ha grapefruit are two of many local specialties introduced to residents and visitors in Hanoi.
The five-coloured sticky rice is a popular and famous sticky dish of the ethnic minorities in Tuyen Quang province.
The cakes are cleverly and intricately wrapped by Cao Lan ethnic women with pineapple leaves.
Ethnic women in Tuyen Quang province with traditional costumes became a highlight to attract tourists to visit the stalls.
Local products such as tea, wild honey, smoked pork, Na Hang dried shrimp attract many people in the capital.
Tay ethnic minority women in Ham Yen district introducing the local agricultural products to foreign tourists.
Experimental activities imbued with the ethnic culture of Tuyen Quang province attract children and tourists.