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Handicraft of vietnam

 
  Folk Paintings  
 
 
 
 
  Folk paintings are a combination of traditional cultural values with ancient artistic methods that ... more  
 
 
  The refined art of Bat Trang ceramics  
 
 
 
 
  Bat Trang is an ancient village situated on the northern bank of the Red-river, about eight ... more  
 
 
  Fan makers  
 
 
 
 
  Fans made of paper, silk, and wood are a cultural feature only found in Asia. more  
 
 
  Old-style Thanh Ha Ceramics  
 
 
 
 
  Located next to the ancient quarter of Hoi An, the Thanh Ha ceramic village has been in existence ... more  
 
Mong flute or Sao
Mong flute or SaoSao is usually used to designate a vertical bamboo flute pierced with finger holes. However, this term is often used by ethnic minorities to describe several woodwind instruments that are quite different in structure (single or double flutes, with or without a reed, with or without finger-holes, etc.) and in how to hold them.

The H’mong sao is a single flute with a reed and a colorful timbre. The H’mong call it tra pun tu. The sounds produced are harsh and sweet like whispers. Since it has been played on stage, the H’mong flute has captured the hearts of many audiences. It is beingconstantly improved to expand its sound capabilities.

The H’mong flute accompanies young H’mong men at work and in love. For them, the flute is an effective way to reach a girl’s heart.