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Lo Thi Tom, a local woman, has been used to brocade weaving since nine or ten years old. Photos: VNA
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Thai women make traditional brocade products on their special loom.
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Thai ethnic people’s weaving looms are made from wood and generally big.
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Brocade production helps maintain Thai ethnic minority people’s typical cultural characteristic.
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Thai ethnic minority people have maintained their traditional brocade weaving for many years.
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vietnam ethnic groups,vietnam culture,vietnam handicraft
For many Thai women, the most difficult stage in weaving brocade products is preparing threads.
 
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vietnam ethnic groups,vietnam culture,vietnam handicraft
Skillful hands of Thai women on the loom.
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vietnam ethnic groups,vietnam culture,vietnam handicraft
vietnam ethnic groups,vietnam culture,vietnam handicraft
A good loom is among key factors for a beautiful brocade products.
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Thai women often wear Pieu scarf, one of their traditional brocade products. - Photos: VNA
Ethnic people strive to keep traditional craft alive

Ethnic people strive to keep traditional craft alive

Zeng, the traditional art of brocade weaving, has long been a skill among the Ta Oi ethnic people in the mountainous district of A Luoi in Thua Thien-Hue province. 

Ede ethic women preserve brocade weaving

Ede ethic women preserve brocade weaving

Women of Knia hamlet in Dak Lak province are devoted to preserving traditional brocade weaving so that the craft doesn’t die out.