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Impressive moments at Vietnamese craft villages

 VietNamNet Bridge – Below are pictures featuring artisans of famous craft villages in Vietnam.

VietNamNet Bridge – Below are pictures featuring artisans of famous craft villages in Vietnam.



The color of soya sauce by Chau Le Quynh Hoa. The photo was taken at a soya bean making village in the southern province of Bac Lieu.






A traditional village by Huynh Lam. The photo was shot at a 100-year-old bamboo fishing basket-making village in Ca Mau province.






Drying pancakes by Tran Anh Tuan. The photo was taken in Tho Ha Village, Bac Giang province.






Seniority by Le Van Minh. In the photo is a 78-year-old artisan of Thanh Ha pottery village in Hoi An town.






A woman is working on a sedge mat weaving machine in Dinh Yen village, Dong Thap province. Photo by Hieu Minh Vu.





A kid in the Chuong conical hat-making village by Nguyen Le Hoang.






Dawn in Hai Ly by Dinh Xuan Dai. People in Hai Ly, Nam Dinh Province, earn their living by catching fish. They often go out to sea before dawn and return when the sun rises. The picture was taken at 4:30 am on the beach of Hai Ly.






Traditional craft by Thach Ngoc Hoang Quan.






Morning market in Hai Ly by Tran Anh Tuan.






Spring flowers by Hieu Vu Minh.






Drag a dragon by Nguyen Van Dung. In the photo: Fishermen drop and drag fishing nets on the coast of Sam Son, Thanh Hoa province.






Meticulous by Nguyen Trong Khue.




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