Among the dozens of craft villages in the Song Cau area, the cradle of the Song Hong (Red River) civilization, Phu Lang is well known among many ceramic artisans. For years the village seemed unchanged. However, since the Patron Saint of ceramics making, Luu Phong Tu, brought the craft from China to Phu Lang and taught his children and co-villagers to make ceramic articles, dozens of generations of craftsmen have settled in Phu Lang and earned their living by practicing this occupation.
Hoang Dong commune (Duy Tien) has a natural area of 7 km2 and a population of 6,894 inhabitants. The commune has six villages, where have traditional rattan and bamboo industry. While many traditional trade villages have many difficulties, the rattan and bamboo village is developing.
(Cinet)- The area of Trang Kenh historical relic and scenic site located in Minh Duc Town, Thuy Nguyen District, Hai Phong City has been known not only for its historical and cultural depth but also for the impressive landscape that created by a system of limestone mountains and rivers.
In past and now, when mention to Hoi An trade village, it is always said to Thanh Ha pottery, Kim Bong carpenter village and hardly to the lantern work.