brocade weaving

Update news brocade weaving

Brocade is considered a symbol expressing the cultural and spiritual lives of ethnic minority groups. 

Locals preserve value of Vietnamese brocade

Preservation of traditional Vietnamese brocade helps not only highlight cultural values but also contribute to socio-economic development and improves the quality of life for ethnic minorities.

Ethnic people strive to keep traditional craft alive

Zeng, the traditional art of brocade weaving, has long been a skill among the Ta Oi ethnic people in the mountainous district of A Luoi in Thua Thien-Hue province. 

Ede ethic women preserve brocade weaving

Women of Knia hamlet in Dak Lak province are devoted to preserving traditional brocade weaving so that the craft doesn’t die out.

Ta Oi ethnic minority preserve traditional Zeng weaving

The traditional craft of Zeng (brocade) weaving has long been the pride of the Ta Oi ethnic group in A Luoi district, Thua Thien–Hue province.

Ta Oi women keep traditional brocade weaving alive

Zeng weaving (a kind of brocade) is a standout craft of Ta Oi ethnic minority community in A Luoi mountainous district, the central province of Thua Thien-Hue province. 

Festival honours Vietnam’s traditional silk, brocade weaving

The 5th Vietnam-International Silk and Brocade Festival will take place in Hoi An ancient city from August 7-9, aiming to introduce and honour Vietnam’s traditional silk and brocade weaving.


Ma ethnic women keep brocade weaving alive

VietNamNet Bridge – A group of Ma ethnic women in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong are sparing no efforts to pass down their traditional brocade weaving skills to descendants in the hope that this traditional profession will live on.