Dare to think different and take a risk – that’s the path young artisan Vũ Như Quỳnh has taken to succeed.
As part of a new initiative, smart tourism will be applied at the centuries-old Bát Tràng Commune. Now, old kilns, ancient houses and pottery workshops will be ready to receive a new wave of tourists.
The painting is believed to feature a portrait of monk Nguyễn Minh Không (Lý Quốc Sư) (1065-1141) and has been kept in Thánh Nguyễn Temple in Ninh Bình Province.
Pig-related paraphernalia originating from the kilns of Bát Tràng Village and around the world are on display at an exhibition entitled ‘My Zodiac Animal – Prosperous Pig’.
Seventy students from six countries in Asia and the Pacific (Cambodia, China, Korea, Laos, Thailand and Việt Nam) are learning more about France and Vietnam, right here in Hà Nội.
Traditional Vietnamese handicraft products will be displayed at an exhibition at the Belarus National History Museum in Minsk from June 11-18 as part of Vietnamese Culture Days.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc yesterday visited the traditional Bát Tràng ceramics village in Hà Nội, one of the country’s famous trade villages.
A collection of worship objects has been recognised as the most unique gold-inlaid pottery artworks in the country by the Việt Nam Book of Records.
On the bank of the Red River, there is situated a seven-century old pottery village. Bát Tràng, the most famous and long-standing pottery village in Việt Nam is an interesting attraction in the capital that tourists should not miss a chance to visit.