Royal hats dating back to the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802-1945) are being restored under the watchful eye of artisan Vũ Kim Lộc.
Many people at the bottom of Dâu Mountain once made pots from clay, that had the colour of earth. Now only ten families still make them.
In the face of rapid urbanisation, traditional potters of Phổ Khánh commune are hoping their trade will be passed on to future generations.
Since last month Phổ Thạnh Commune has hosted tourists visiting the core zone of Sa Huỳnh Culture and Chăm culture in Lý Sơn-Sa Huỳnh Geopark.
Việt Nam’s Lý Sơn-Sa Huỳnh park could be on its way to becoming a very important place. If the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation agrees to it, it could become a world geo-park.
Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary – a UNESCO-recognised world heritage in Quảng Nam Province has been preserved since it was built thousands of years ago. Work is under way to make sure the site is available for future generations.