Ethnic children enjoy summer time in northern mountainous region

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(VOVWORLD) - Ethnic children residing in Vietnam's northern mountainous region usually spend their summer days with nature and without luxuries such as mobile phones or expensive toys.

Children can enjoy traditional festivals during the summer. Pictured are San Chi ethnic children participating in the Le cap sac, a type of maturity ritual, which is held in Bao Lam district in the northern province of Cao Bang.

A boy helps his mother plant corn in Cao Bang province.

A group of boys aged 13 to 14 assist their parents as they harvest rice in Bao Lac district of Cao Bang province.

A busy day sees a girl and her friend working in the harvest season in Trung Khanh district of Cao Bang province.

Some children walk down the two-km road each day to bring fresh water for their families in Duc Hanh border commune of Bao Lam district in Cao Bang province.

Bathing in local rivers is one of the most enjoyable parts of the children’s daily routine.

Girls learn how to play traditional instruments at local cultural centres.

Some children are eager to play chess against each other.

Ethnic children living in the northern mountainous region spend their summer time in special ways, avoiding things such as mobile phones and toys which may potentially be harmful to their health.