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Eugeane B.

Friday, 08 November 2013 by

I never been to Vietnam but your project is very nice, and you can count me in. Hope to receive more news from you soon.

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The backpacker

Thursday, 07 November 2013 by

Red Dzao women at Ta Phin. The one on the left showed me how the head dress is worn. A more modern head dress is the one worn by the woman on the left. She says it’s less cumbersome.

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Meng Tay

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 by

Touring Ta Phin Village and taking pictures with the Red Dao minorities. Believe it or not, these women speak fluent English. One of them told me that they learned English from the tourists. The woman standing to my right is 77 years old and she was able to keep pace with me even though she

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Robert kids

Tuesday, 05 November 2013 by

Our home stay family is wealthy, and does not need to sell hand-made textiles any more, unlike many of the Red Dao people we have met. They do have a basket full of stuff that is for sale. As we looked through the items, our search became a fashion show. My group modeling their Red

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Robert Lee Engel

Monday, 04 November 2013 by

After our dinner, the family ate. They invited me to join them in the drinking of rice wine, which is a traditional ‘welcome drink.” Next to me is Ly Phu Chieu, the homestay owner, his son Ly Lao Ta, his wife Ly Man May, their daughter Ly Ta May. Yat, ee, puhah, hop tee yew,”

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Kate Oi

Sunday, 03 November 2013 by

After the admission gate, there was still a long way to go before we actually reached Ta Phin village. Actually the village was spread over a long stretch of road. I only noticed that we already arrived at Ta Phin village when there were suddenly hordes of Dao minorities approached us to sell their merchandises.

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Viviana Lopes

Saturday, 02 November 2013 by

Dear, the next Charity Event in Hanoi and also preparing all the meetings with several organism in Vietnam. Would you like to get involved with this project? We need your help, opinion, ideas, etc! We are thinking to make a kind of “souvenirs” that we will sell in this community house a part of the

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