(HBO) - The craft of driftwood and ornamental stone has been in Lam Son commune (Luong Son) for over 20 years. From some initial households, the production facilities have been developing rapidly in both the scale and the quality of making fine art products from wood and stone. Every day he artisans and skilled workers are making the different types of tree roots and ornamental stones into the tables, chairs, shelves, beds, and high-quality mascots conquering the market and opening up the opportunities for the local sustainable economic development.
The production facilities and the display of the products
from driftwood and ornamental stones are along the highway 6, next to the
headquarters of the People's Committee of Lam Son Commune, extending up to near
Kem slope and being intermingled with the service and restaurant facilities.
Many pedestrians and visitors are coming to admire the handicraft products of
craft villages. The facilities are quite active.
Mr. Nguyen Van Luan, Lam Son commune (Luong Son) is
whittling and filing the work of Di Lac sitting under the pine root (Tam Phuc)
to hand over to customers.
The craft of driftwood and ornamental stones is a special
type of job that requires the great passion and the aesthetic mind. It is
necessary to recognize, be creative and ensure the original nature of wood,
both exuding the deep meaning of the product. The more you look, the more
beautiful the product is and the more you love it, which will conquer the
fastidious customers. There have 5 people working in Mr Luan's facility,
including 3 main workers. They cannot cover all the work with an average income
Mr. Doan Xuan Thanh’s facility, the chief of the craft of
driftwood and ornamental stones in Lam
Son owns hundreds of high-value fine art products such as Long Chau, Than Tai
from Burretiodendron wood, showing a joyfulness,
cheerfulness and the fullness; The statue of Mr. Tho is crafted from the
burretiodendron hsienmu wood, showing the fortune and health...
Mr. Nguyen The Hung, the Secretary of the Party Committee of
Lam Son Commune says that up till now in Lam Son commune there have been about
50 households producing and trading driftwood and ornamental stones,
concentrating in Doan Ket hamlet, which has formed a good force a large number
of artisans, technical workers, creating high-quality fine art products,
contributing to job creation and income for local people. The craft of driftwood,
ornamental stones is a separate direction of the commune, which is contributing
to economic restructuring, associating with the construction of new rural areas
of the locality.
(HBO) - Cao Phong district has organized the propaganda festival in 2020. There were over 200 actors and propagandists of 10 teams from the communes and the town in the district participating in the festival.
(HBO) - Lac Son district - Muong Vang is one of the four major Muong with the special cultural values in food, living style and daily life in the province. For a long time, the district has paid a special attention to preserving, conserving and promoting the cultural identity of Muong ethnic people, towards making Lac Son become a land which is rich in the national cultural identity, friendly and hospitable.
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(HBO) - If you have the opportunity to visit the hamlets and villages in Mai Chau district, you can easily see the typical cultural characteristics of Thai ethnic people. The villages and the helmets of Thai people are located at the foot of the mountains and they are close to the romantic rice fields.
(HBO) - The People’s Council of Hoa Binh province on July 7 issued Resolution No. 267/NQ - HDND approving adjustments made to an investment plan for a project to restore and embellish a historical site related to the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) in the province. The site was where the LPRP held political training coursed and its second national congress.
(HBO) – Traditional costumes are among typical cultural identities of ethnic groups. Now in Hang Kia and Pa Co communes (Mai Chau district), local Mong ethnic people still wear them almost every day, which impresses visitors and adds to the area’s attractiveness.