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UNESCO honours Vietnam’s art of pottery making of Cham people

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has inscribed the art of pottery making of the Cham people on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.

Artist goes potty preserving village craft

Huong Canh Pottery Village in Vinh Phuc Province is in danger of sinking into oblivion.

More than a means of living

My Thien Pottery Village in Chau O Town of the central province of Quang Ngai used to be busy with over 40 households earning a living from pottery.

Clay transformed into special creations by 9X youngster

Upon graduating from high school, Mr. Lam chose to follow in the footsteps of his parents by pursuing a career in ceramics. He has made a number of special items as a result of his experimentation and study.

Sculptors showcase pottery artworks to mark their club's opening

Nearly 100 pieces of pottery by members of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association are on display at an exhibition in Hanoi.

The Saigonese who owns the world’s rarest ancient Japanese pottery collection

Dao Tran Quoc Chuong, born 1974, living in District 6 in HCM City, has surprised antiques collectors in Vietnam with his invaluable collection of ancient Japanese pottery, which cannot be measured in cash.

Unique pottery art of Huong Canh

Located in Vinh Phuc province, 45km north of Hanoi, Huong Canh retains its 300-year-old ceramic and pottery craft despite the influx of modernity.

Bat Trang pottery village in days nearing Tet holiday

Established more than 500 years ago, from the Ly dynasty, experiencing many ups and downs along the way, now, Bat Trang pottery products are still highly appreciated for their quality, designs and types.

Fish sauce, pottery in central Vietnam recognised as heritage

Two traditional trades – fish sauce in Nam O Village in Da Nang and Thanh Ha pottery in Hoi An – have been recognised as National Intangible Heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Photos: New feature of Vietnamese ceramics

VietNamNet Bridge - Through the skilful hands of young artisan Ha Hung Dung, from the traditional ceramic village of Bat Trang outside of Hanoi, new kinds of ceramic products have been created.

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 Ancient ceramic sculptures on display in Hanoi; Fine arts festival 2014 cultivates creativity among youths; Quang Ninh exhibition spotlights fishing culture; Flower festival to brighten up port city

800-year-old antiques in shipwreck in Quang Nam

 VietNamNet Bridge – In the last few days, fishermen in the island commune of Tam Hai, Nui Thanh district in Quang Nam province have salvaged hundreds of artifacts from the two newly-discovered wrecks.

Quang Ngai’s shipwreck to be excavated in two months

VietNamNet Bridge - To ensure safety for the antiques on the shipwreck in Quang Ngai province, the local authorities have decided to excavate the ship in two months.