The Co Ho, K’Ho or Koho as they are known, originate from the Lam Dong province in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. I first visited the Co Ho in August 2016 and have returned many times since. It never ceases to amaze me when I catch a glimpse of their colourful homes emerging from amid the greenery of the highlands. Most Co Ho people own a modern version of their traditional dress and wear it to church every Sunday. However, according to one village chief, these traditions are falling out of favor with the younger generations along with the older ways of handcrafting the costumes.