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Two and a half miles (4 km) from Sapa, is Catcat village. This is a traditional Hmong people town. One of the largest ethnic minorities in Vietnam is the Hmong Tribe. Hmong originally means 'free people'. They came from China, and now live in different regions throughout Vietnam.
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Two and a half miles (4 km) from Sapa, is Catcat village. This is a traditional Hmong people town. One of the largest ethnic minorities in Vietnam is the Hmong Tribe. Hmong originally means 'free people'. They came from China, and now live in different regions throughout Vietnam.
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November 20, 2012
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Two and a half miles from Sapa is Catcat village This is a... News Photo 156917524Half,Lao Cai Province,Lifestyles,Sa Pa,Square,Vietnam,VillagePhotographer Collection: Moment © Istvan Kadar PhotographyTwo and a half miles (4 km) from Sapa, is Catcat village. This is a traditional Hmong people town. One of the largest ethnic minorities in Vietnam is the Hmong Tribe. Hmong originally means 'free people'. They came from China, and now live in different regions throughout Vietnam.