Families with children are increasingly opting for activities that are both educational and exciting, rather than trips to popular tourist destinations or amusement parks.
Nhan Tri Dung pottery workshop in Ho Chi Minh City is the newest hotspot for parents looking to expose their children to the world of art
At this workshop, estheticians are able to freely express their creativity without having to travel to craft villages on the outskirts.
The main markets for these product are southern and central provinces, as well as Cambodia and Laos
The village is famous for its traditional craft of making pottery products
His collection boasts 100,000 pieces from all over the world
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An exhibit running in Ho Chi Minh City until August 30 features nearly 200 products of ethnic minority Cham people’s handicraft villages.
Items of tasteful, exquisite Japanese pottery, which are usually considered a luxury, have been more affordable to Saigonese in the past year
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