Sedge bags made in Tống Vũ Village in the northern province of Thái Bình have been favoured among Vietnamese with a green lifestyle in recent years.
The small road leading to Đa Sỹ forging village is winding. From afar, the sound of anvils and hammers can be heard.
Forty women entrepreneurs won prizes in the competition “Women entrepreneurs planning for success” funded by the Netherlands government and implemented by Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) and the Netherlands Embassy in Hà Nội on Thursday.
Many activities to honour the national tangible and intangible cultural values have been organised nationwide to celebrate Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day that fell on November 23.
Some 80 ceramic pieces, representing the pottery making history of Việt Nam, are being exhibited at the National Museum of Vietnamese History in downtown Hà Nội.
The manufacturing sector in October saw significant expansion for the first time in five months as firms ramped up production to meet rising export orders spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic gradually coming under control, experts said.
Various provinces throughout the country have finally resumed tourism after the fourth wave of the pandemic. Safe, green and closed journeys are now being offered to visitors during what is being called the new normal.
Traditional handicraft villages have started to resume operation after more than two months of suspension due to the fourth coronavirus outbreak in late April that forced the capital city to follow strict social distancing measures.