Throwing a sacre ball through the ring-ném còn: Each ethnic group in Vietnam has unique ways of celebrating Tet. The Tay people of Cao Bang and Lang Son Provinces have a special Tet game that not only ushers in the spring but also serves as a matchmaker.
Human chess (co nguoi), “Human chess” (co nguoi) is a popular game at village and temple festival. The game follows the general rules of Chinese chess. The concept is recognizably similar to Western chess, but with a different-sized board and different pieces, including cannons and guards, each of them marked with a distinct Chinese character.
The games of squares - O an quan: As society becomes more developed, children become more intelligent. They have more opportunities to watch television shows and play new video games, which are often filled with sex and violence. Consequently, folk games, like o an quan (game of squares), and danh dao (coin toss), seem out-dated and now only adults remember them.
Tò He: The village of Xuan La in Phu Xuyen District. Ha Tay Province is well known for its skill in making delicate t• he toys, which are figurines fashioned from coloured rice dough. These simple toys still give children immense joy during the Mid-Autumn season.
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