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Digital transformation in the highlands

TQO - Promoting digital transformation to help ethnic minorities in highland areas shorten geographical distances, improve people's knowledge, optimize production processes, and access major markets, etc.

Holding a smartphone in her hand, Vang Thi Seo in Khuoi Cung Hamlet, Xuan Lap Commune, Lam Binh District searches information on measures to care and protect forests. Since having a smartphone, Seo has gained a lot of knowledge of forest.

Every season, the strawberry garden of Giang Thi Sao in Na Hang Town, Na Hang District is an attraction for tourists and the social network community. Sao shared: "Thanks to social networks, I am very confident in selling strawberry products and develop experience tourism".

Local people in Lam Tien Hamlet, Minh Dan Commune, Ham Yen District actively promote and introduce Tay cultural identity on social networks.

Head of Na Tong Hamlet, Thuong Lam Commune, Lam Binh District, Hoang Van Minh said that thanks to digital transformation, he could share informations to everyone in the locality via zalo, facebook, etc. Even, everyone can discuss together on social network and no need to meet.

In recent years, Na Tong Hamlet, Lam Binh District has expanded the homestay tourism service. To meet the information needs of tourists, local households in the hamlet have established Fanpage, Facebook group and Zalo to connect tourists and share information. This approach has helped visitors experience the desired quality services.

Thanh Phuc

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