Hundreds of beautiful craft products were up for sale at a special fair in Hanoi’s Old Quarters over the weekend. The activity, the first of its kind, was co-organised by UNESCO Office in Vietnam and Hanoi authorities to create a playground for young handcraft makers nationwide to showcase their unique creations to the public.
Bricks, yin and yang tiles, ornamental ceramic pieces, laterite, many statue fragments, porcelain, and small pieces of gold were also found, among many more antiques, architectural materials, and stoneware.
The central city has boosted tourism promotion activities in building links with South Korea and India – two hopeful markets in Asia – and Malaysia in an ambition of fully recovering its hospitality industry in 2023-24.
The solo exhibition themed Kiến (Ants) is a unique event in which one Vietnamese young sculptor introduces his very special works through modern installations with surrealism to reflect the natural life of ants.
The central city of Đà Nẵng in collaboration with the Việt Nam Fine Arts Association are organising an exhibition showcasing paintings and sculptures of artists from Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands) and the central provinces.