(HBO) - The craft of processing driftwood and ornamental stone has been existing in Lam Son commune, Luong Son district for nearly 30 years. In 2017, the locality was recognized as a craft village for making driftwood and ornamental stone by the Provincial People's Committee. The model and production scale have been invested in expanding, and the products are increasingly diversified, affirming the prestige in the market, contributing to the sustainable economic restructuring of the locality. Here are a few images of the activities of the driftwood and ornamental stone in Lam Son.
Currently, there are 53 households in the whole commune (mainly in Doan Ket hamlet) engaged in crafting driftwood and ornamental stone, the number of the skilled employee has also increased to more than 100 people.
The driftwood requires meticulousness with the high artistic creativity.
Most of the products made from driftwood are carved into statues of God of Wealth, Maitreya Buddha, Dat Ma Su To, mascots, animals, trees...
The products of the driftwood and ornamental stone of Lam Son commune regularly participate in fairs in the northern provinces and cities such as Hai Duong, Hai Phong, Nam Dinh, Ha Nam and some southern provinces.
(HBO) - On July 24th, 2020, the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Trinh Dinh Dung, attended the Ceremony to announce the Prime Minister's Decision to recognize Luong Son district meeting the new rural standards in 2019 and receiving the f Third-Class Labor Medal.
(HBO) - Van hamlet, Mai Chau town (Mai Chau district) is a village of Thai ethnic people, located peacefully at the foot of Pu Van mountain. The people of Van village have been preserving and promoting the traditional cultural values, promoting the community tourism to develop and becoming an ideal destination for domestic and foreign tourists.
(HBO) - In the evening of September 22, thousands of people eagerly went to Da Giang walking street (Hoa Binh city) to visit and enjoy food and the weekend. Different from the previous two weeks, the atmosphere on the street was more bustling and cheerful because of the lantern procession with large, colorful model carriages that were elaborately made and dedicated to the types associated with the Mid-Autumn Festival and folklore, history...
(HBO) - From tree... to yarn... then working hard day after day, month after month with the patience and diligence of Mong women in Pa Co commune (Mai Chau), the linen sheets being into shape is an image of cultural beauty, a link to the past, a standard for evaluating a woman's quality.
(HBO) - Located nearly 1,000m above sea level, the highland communes of Tan Lac district, including Van Son, have a fresh, cool climate and pristine scenery. Van Son commune is forming a number of routes and sites for tourists to check in, explore and experience. Natural and humanistic tourism resources are being awakened.