Muong people’s unique craft making of Do paper Videos

Muong people’s unique craft making of Do paper

In the olden days, poonah paper (known locally as dó paper) was made primarily for royal documents, altar paintings, and prayer books. Today, the craft of making dó paper is still being preserved by artisans. Join us on a visit to the Muong community in Hoa Binh province with the craft.
Bac Giang showcases rare artifacts during Ly-Tran Dynasties Culture - Sports

Bac Giang showcases rare artifacts during Ly-Tran Dynasties

An exhibition of antiques founded in Bac Giang and literature works from the Ly-Tran Dynasties (1009-1400) as well as the Buddhism careers of leading monks of Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen opened at West Yen Tu spiritual-ecological tourism site in the northern province as part of the Bac Giang Culture-Tourism Week 2024.
Tet paintings: A time-honoured tradition of Vietnamese people Videos

Tet paintings: A time-honoured tradition of Vietnamese people

Hanging paintings to decorate the home has become a cherished tradition during the Lunar New Year (Tet), the biggest national holiday in Vietnam. Dong Ho folk paintings, with their vibrant colours, diverse genres, and messages of prosperity, are often the top choice for Tet decorations.
Quilted jacket collection - Contemporary touch on tradition Culture - Sports

Quilted jacket collection - Contemporary touch on tradition

With a desire to provide a deeper insight into one of Hanoi’s heritage, designer Trinh Bich Thuy has introduced a collection entitled “Nine Layers of Clouds” at Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (the Temple of Literature) in Vietnam’s capital, featuring creations that blend traditional culture with contemporary and sustainable fashion designs.