Unique ceramic tigers for the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) have been made by Mr. Nguyen Van Hoang.
For nearly 200 years, the art of drum-making has been handed down to generations of craftsmen from Binh An village who use their aural skills during the 20 manual phases required to make perfect products.
With jackfruit wood and buffalo leather, the talented craftsman can make drums, creating the sounds of life.
Despite cheap plastic mooncake moulds being extremely popular among the domestic market, a family from Hanoi have maintained a tradition of crafting wooden mooncake molds for approximately 40 years.
Viet Nam Museum of Fine Art will organise a series of activities for children on the mark the Mid-Autumn Festival in September 8.