Update news handicrafts
Pineapple fiber, made of the leaves of the pineapple plant, is sweat-absorbent, thin, smooth and soft, and more expensive than banana fiber but cheaper than silk fiber.
Simple materials such as rattan, bamboo and sedge at the hands of Tran Van Hung can be turned into beautiful, sophisticated handbags, favored in Vietnam and the world market.
Many agricultural by-products, such as banana peels, straw, water hyacinth stalks, areca sheaths and bagasse, are valuable and can be reused instead of thrown away.
The EU-Vietnam FTA (EVFTA) is expected to bring more opportunities to Vietnam’s enterprises to export products to the EU. However, it will be not easy for handicraft producers to obtain bigger market share there.
The first Vietnam Market in Malaysia with 200 pavilions is scheduled to open in March 2020.
In the memories of many Hanoians’ generation, Lo Ren street in Hoan Kiem District houses many forging furnaces.
VietNamNet Bridge - The barriers that exist in state management as well as high operation costs have contributed to the high number of dissolved businesses.
VietNamNet Bridge - Xiaomi and Nokia are step by step replacing Samsung, LG and Sony products in the market for hand-carried smartphones.
VietNamNet Bridge – A graduate from the HCM City University of Fine Arts is using coconut shells for ornamental tiles to develop his small business in his home province of Phu Yen.
VietNamNet Bridge – Artisans from dozens of villages will participate in an annual festival that celebrates cultural values of villages,
VietNamNet Bridge – The project on restoring degraded luong (Dendrocalamus barbatus) forests in the northern provinces of Thanh Hoa, Hoa Binh and Phu Tho has shown satisfactory results.
VietNamNet Bridge – Ben Thanh Market, in the heart of HCM City, has been selected by the USA Today as one of the best food markets around the world, which offers a peek into the cultural and culinary lives of the people in the southern hub.