VALUE OF ANCIENT WRITINGS OF DAO ETHNIC GROUP IN TUYEN QUANG
Keywords:Epitaph, feudalism, dynasty, Bao Ninh Sung Phuc, Chiem Hoa, Tuyen Quang
Through the long history of development, the residents in Tuyen Quang province have created and preserved a rich culture, bringing the unique features of each region and each ethnic group, which contributes to creating a rich culture both unity and diversity of Vietnamese culture. As a northern mountainous province, Tuyen Quang has 22 ethnic groups living together, in which Dao ethnic group have an important position. Dao ethnic group ranks the third after the Kinh and the Tay in Tuyen Quang. Along with Mong people, the Dao live in high mountainous regions where have great significance in terms of politics and national defense and the tradition of revolutionary struggle. It is the living terrain that also creates conditions for the Dao ethnic group having its own unique culture. Tuyen Quang is also the only province in the country that has all 9 Dao branches living and practicing together, which helps to preserve unique cultural quintessence such as costumes, houses, cultural life, spirit... In this scientific article, let's study the ancient writings of Dao people in order to see their unique culture.
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