Traditional Handicraft

The unique traditional handicrafts in Hang Kia commune, Pa Co

(11/03/2020 17:00)

Mong ethnic people in Hang Kia and Pa Co communes (Mai Chau) have also been preserving a lot of cultural beauty through their traditional costumes, languages, handicrafts and so on. In which, linen weaving, beeswax drawing, paper making are being preserved and promoted after a long time of gradual extinction. A large number of tourists coming there also want to learn and experience this unique handicraft art.

Mai Chau district preserves and develops the traditional textile village

(11/03/2020 17:00)

When mentioning Mai Chau, it must be mentioned about brocade weaving products. Together with the trend of integration and development, cooperatives and households that are maintaining and developing brocade weaving career have contributed to create a new direction in economic development, promoting cultural identity associated with the formation and development of Mai Chau district.

Lac Son district has built a brand of agricultural products through OCOP

(11/03/2020 17:00)

The program "One commune (OCOP) - one product” is directed to implement drastically by Lac Son district. It is considered as a key task in the new rural construction and restructuring the agricultural sector.

GO LUA PRODUCTION

(17/01/2011 17:00)

This is a craft in which tree bases or trunks with fine form and figure are made use of under the skilful hands of craftspersons.

BROCADE WEAVING

(17/01/2011 17:00)

The main materials include indigo dyed cotton and coloured silk (which can be replaced with wool), looms and go plates.

BLACKSMITH OF THE MONG

(17/01/2011 17:00)

The blacksmith making agricultural equipment for the Mong people is attached with great importance. This trade is regarded as one of the mainstays for life with shifting cultivation.

PIPE-WINE PRODUCTION

(17/01/2011 17:00)

Pipe-wine is a unique kind of beverage produced in Hoa Binh. The wine is made from a variety of forest leaves mixed with a fermentation-causing starch.