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The Tay is one of the 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam, the second largest after the Kinh. They live mainly in the lowlands of northern Vietnam. The Tay's traditional costumes are made from self-woven cotton, dyed uniformly on men's and women's outfits, with almost no decorative patterns. Tay ethnic costume can be considered as one of the simplest outfits of 54 ethnic groups. The outfits are simple but meaningful to them. Their main musical instruments are the Liang, the Shaking. Masculine is a musical instrument present in all Tay cultural and spiritual activities, like the soul in the Tay folk folk art. For many years now, elasticity has been used as a means of communication with bold identity. The traditional houses are usually stilt houses, houses that are covered with grass, and some border areas have defensive houses. The Tay people worship their ancestors and worship the religion. The Tày people's life is often tied to nature, so the Tay's main food and food sources are plentiful and diverse, the products obtained from production activities in areas with forests, rivers and streams. , surrounding hills and mountains. Some famous dishes are: buffalo meat sautéed with bamboo shoots, sour pork, pickled field fish, sour leaf fish soup and all kinds of sour fruits: star fruit, crocodile, fillet, sour ear ... Sticky eggs, ants, Five colors sticky rice, sour bamboo shoots, ground bee pupae, stitches, sausage, dried pork, black fillings, rice, roasted duck, and elongated (floating ship).
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