This page provides some details about Gie Trieng people. They are one of the 54 groups of people in Vietnam.
Name of Ethnic Group
Name of ethnic group: Gie Trieng (also called Dgich, Tareh, Giang Ray, Pin, Trieng, Treng Ta Lieng, Ve, La Ve, and Bnoong)
Gie Trieng People Population
63,322 people (2019 Census)
Kon Tum Province and the mountainous areas of Quang Ninh Province.
Customs & Habits
The Gie Trieng lives in longhouses built on stilts. Houses in the village are arranged in a circle around the Rong (communal house). A young woman decides when they will marry according to their own initiative. The Gie Trieng believes that all beings have a “soul” and a “spirit”. Therefore ritual ceremonies and the watching of good and bad omens have prevailed. The sacrifice of buffaloes is a common ritual ceremony.
The Gie Trieng language belongs to the Mon-Khmer Group.
Men usually wear loincloths. Women wear skirts long enough to cover their chests and some have adapted to wearing a bra sewn into their skirts.
The Gie Trieng lives mainly on the cultivation of the land, hunting, fishing, and gathering.
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