On Tet holiday, while parents are busy with preparing for the traditional new year such as making cakes, brewing wine…, H’Mong children, dressing in beautiful clothes, enjoy the spring.

Boys often wear black clothes with 9 buttons, a seven-color scarf around their necks or on their head while girls put on colorful costumes. Girls prefer sitting by the rocky fence in the streets or walk along the Happy street crossing Ma Li Leng mountain pass and Nho Que river. Some of H’Mong children kick a shuttle cock together or other traditional games in H’Mong festival.


H’Mong children in Meo Vac enjoy the spring in Dong Van imposing rocky plateau


Young H’Mong boys flirt with the girls


Boys tease girls in streets


Hand in hand walking is an interest of girls


A girl standing on the rocky mountain and looking at her friends before mixing with them


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Tommy Ngo

Tommy Ngo (known as Quang Huy in Vietnamese), born in Bac Ninh province – Home of Quan Ho Traditional Folk Music. He studied at the University of Science of Hanoi and received the Bachelor Degree of Science in Information Technology (BScIT).

Prior to joining Paradise Travel as one of the company co-owners, Huy had several years of experience with the IT Manager position at some large companies. Huy is responsible to lead the IT department and to manage all the web development projects.

His requirement for IT team: User Friendly!

Any feedback about our website interfaces/ functions is warmly welcomed and appreciated!

His discipline keeps the web systems run smoothly and his IT skills keep us online. Huy really enjoys working with the young and talented team at Paradise Travel. He is also a simple and very friendly person. His flexibility and his task orientation, together with a great passion for the company’s development has made us very proud of him.

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