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Workshop on traditional toys to be held in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – The Hanoikids Voluntary English Club continues its Culture Puzzle – a series of cultural workshops, which not only provide simple knowledge but also give a chance for attendants to create traditional Vietnamese toys

VietNamNet Bridge – The Hanoikids Voluntary English Club continues its Culture Puzzle – a series of cultural workshops, which not only provide simple knowledge but also give a chance for attendants to create traditional Vietnamese toys under the guidance of artisans.

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Tiny toys: A workshop on the art of to he making will be held at the Ha Noi Old Quarter Cultural Exchange Centre on July 30. — Photo asialuxuryresorts.com

 

The series also aims to help foreigners have a chance to understand more about Vietnamese culture as well as create a proactive environment for young Vietnamese to interact with foreigners.

Therefore, the Puzzle 2, with a theme of to he – a traditional Vietnamese toy figurine, will be held on July 30.

The workshop will provide an intimate, interactive space for guests from different countries and students in Ha Noi to get to know about the art of to he making.

They will also gain actual experiences of creating different to he characters by themselves.

The event will start at 6pm at the 3rd Floor, the Ha Noi Old Quarter Cultural Exchange Centre, 50 Dao Duy Tu Street.Application link: https://goo.gl/754PXN; Hotline: 0976131748 (Ms Lưu Ly); email: hanoikids.culturepuzzle@gmail.com.

 
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