(HBO) - Giang Mo, a Muong village (now it is Mo hamlet), in Binh Thanh commune (Cao Phong) is located at the foot of Mo mountain, which neatly in a small valley, surrounded by the strolling streams. The village is located halfway up to the hill, the terraced fields that change color according to the season behind and in front of it. Fading behind the green trees, Giang Mo, a Muong village, appears as a beautiful picture along with the traditional culture of the Muong ethnic group that is sustainable over the time. The reporters of Hoa Binh Newspaper have recorded some pictures of the village.
The houses on stilts and the rice
fields create an attractive space to tourists.
Muong people in Mo hamlet still
retain their cultural practices in the daily life.
Visitors will be delighted to enjoy
the fresh space between the green mountains and the fruit trees.
And they experience a peaceful life
of the people here with innocent children playing in the village.
Muong women here are very good at
knitting, weaving, making pillows and Lau cushions. They often make the
traditional handicrafts by hands to introduce to visitors.
(HBO) – Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong paid a working visit to Hoa Binh province on March 22. He was accompanied by some secretaries of the Party Central Committee, including President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Do Van Chien, Chief of the Party Central Committee’s Office Le Minh Hung, Assistant to the Party General Secretary Dao Duc Toan, and officials of the Party leader’s office.
(HBO) - In 2019, Dien pomelos of Yen Thuy district was granted a certificate of trademark of Yen Thuy pomelos by the Intellectual Property Office of Viet Nam. Currently, there are 880 hectares of pomelos, of which 415 hectares are being harvested in Yen Thuy district. In particular, in the whole district there has been 119.05 hectares of pomelos in Ngoc Luong, Huu Loi, Bao Hieu communes, and Hang Tram town, which have been granted the production certificates according to the organic standards of VietGAP. The economic efficiency of Dien pomelos is from 250-300 million VND/ha. Here are some pictures introducing Dien pomelos in the "difficult land” of Yen Thuy.
(HBO) - Over the past 20 years, Cao Phong has been honored to welcome many delegations of the Central and Provincial Government to work and orient the development direction of the district.
(HBO) - Thung Rech area in Tu Son commune (Kim Boi) is a in the best peach growing region of the province. Every year on Tet holiday, the local people supply thousands of peach roots to the market. Coming to Thung Rec at this time, the peach blossom trees are brilliantly blooming late, as if they want to hold on to spring, even the far away tourists.
(HBO) – Different from empty streets on the Lunar New Year’s Eve, from the third day of the first lunar month, tourist and spiritual sites in Hoa Binh province have attracted crowds who want to enjoy the Tet holiday and pray for a happy new year. As a result, the roads leading to tourist sites, pagodas and temples are crowded with people and vehicles. Many people have complied with COVID-19 prevention and control regulations such as wearing masks and disinfecting hands with sanitisers. However, due to the large number of people gathered, it is difficult to keep a distance, thus posing a latent risk of infection.
(HBO) - When the cold waves comes, the Saccharum arundinaceum Retz is in full bloom. On the roads, along the banks of Da River, the image of Saccharum arundinaceum Retz blooming in the golden sunlight is mesmerizing... The picture of the Saccharum arundinaceum Retz in Hoa Binh city is more poetic than ever.