Bat Trang Village

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Pham Anh Dao is the 19th generation descendant of Pham Ngu Chi’s family, who has a long tradition of crafting pottery products in Bat Trang Village, Gia Lam District in Hanoi.

Unique ceramic tree house in Bat Trang village

After three years of intense work, the finishing line to the Bat Trang Tree House entered the stage of final sprint in order to participate in the International A' Design Awards & Competition 2020.

Young artisan revolutionises ceramic craft

Dare to think different and take a risk – that’s the path young artisan Vu Nhu Quynh has taken to succeed.

Centuries-old village turns to smart tourism

As part of a new initiative, smart tourism will be applied at the centuries-old Bat Trang Commune. Now, old kilns, ancient houses and pottery workshops will be ready to receive a new wave of tourists.

Dutch artist finds friendship, pottery in VN

 VietNamNet Bridge – Adventurous Dutch painter Eric Toebosch travels the world looking for inspiration. He told Minh Thu about his trip across Viet Nam, where he fell in love with the pottery at Bat Trang Village.

Modern ceramics express ideas

 VietNamNet Bridge – An exhibition at Ha Noi's Heritage Space presents the essence of Vietnamese contemporary ceramics.

Ceramics museum offers trip through local pottery history

 VietNamNet Bridge – An old-style tile-roofed house appeared in the middle of a large open public ground next to the headquarters of Kim Lan Commune People's Committee.

Young man brings aroma to ceramic products

VietNamNet Bridge – After graduating from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Law, Bat Trang Village-based Le Xuan Hoang made a sudden turning point in his professional life—coming back to his hometown and opening a facility

The private museum in Hanoi’s ancient pottery village

 VietNamNet Bridge - Located at the end of Bat Trang pottery village in Gia Lam District, Hanoi, the Van Van House, with a roof covered with creepers, has more than 400 pottery items from the 15th to the 19th centuries.

Pottery collector displays local products

VietNamNet Bridge – Bat Trang Village has long been known as a place to buy quality pottery, but rarely have these works been exhibited for the public. A small museum offers a rare glimpse into this cultural tradition.