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Mountain tribes of North Vietnam - paulsmit; Embroidered backflap (Luy Khia) of the jacket of a Red Dao woman. The embroidery on the clothes of the Red Dao mountain tribe is a geometrical translation of the natural world that the tribe inhabits: trees, flowers, animals, people and stars. Photo Mick Palarczyk
Mountain tribes of North Vietnam - paulsmit; The embroidery on the clothes of the Red Dao mountain tribe is a geometrical translation of the natural world that the tribe inhabits: trees, flowers, animals, people and stars. Photo Mick Palarczyk
The old ways by allenfotowild trees old houses hillside rice terraces old village Sa Pa Ta Van north Vietnam Rice harvest ripe ric
Eastern Black-crested Gibbon (a/k/a Cao-vit Black Crested Gibbon or Cao-vit Crested Gibbon (Nomascus nasutus). ["Cao-vit-crested-gibbon-female-hanging-from-tree.jpg (650×520)."] Google search: "The Eastern Black-crested Gibbon, also known as the Cao-vit Black Crested Gibbon or the Cao-vit Crested Gibbon (Scientific name: Nomascus nasutus), is a species of Gibbon from southeast China & north Vietnam. Wikipedia."
The Lu people from Lai Chau Province in North Vietnam cultivate both cotton, silk and indigo dye to make their costumes. They select colorful fabrics with bird, tree and flower patterns to patchwork together in long small strips before decorating the jackets with silver studs and coins. The most complicated part of the outfit is the rhombic weaving pattern on the skirt. Lu women are deemed not fit for matrimony until they can make their own clothes.
The Crazy House in Dalat, North Vietnam was built by Madame Hang Nga, the daughter of Ho Chi Minh’s right-hand man, to reflect her interest in art and architecture. The structure now functions as a guest house.