Update news vietnamese artisans
Kim Thoa from Thanh Hoa province developed her hobby of embroidering on different materials and making handicrafts. Her embroidered paintings on Bodhi leaves have become famous and earned her high profits.
With talented penmanship and special techniques that he invented, Hong Duc Thanh breathes life into zisha tea pots.
Speaking about her motivation to run the club, Bình recalled her childhood when she learned Dao embroidery techniques from her mother and grandmother. At age 14, Bình said she could sew and embroider on her own dresses.
Do Thu Huong is making paper lanterns to bring traditional values back into contemporary society, and is constantly experimenting and developing more exquisite products made with artisanal paper.
The great Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh was honored in this way by a Hanoi craftsman.
Le Hoang Nhan has dedicated himself to creating these ’bark pictures’ for over 15 years.
A man from the former imperial capital of Hue has given Vietnam’s cultural symbol, the conical hat, a twist by using almond leaves instead of palm leaves and making it transparent.
Thai Dang Tien's bamboo products business supports local residents to grow, take care of and harvest the bamboo while ensuring the safety of the environment.
Pham Ngoc Toan is one of the last artisans that still hold on to the craft of hand-carving wood stamp in Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
Darning clothes work requires meticulousness, ingenuity and patience, and thanks to that, it brings a decent income for the 72-year-old craftwoman in Hanoi.