Two hundred photos are on display at a fine arts
exhibition opened in the southern province of Binh Duong on Sept. 1. The
exhibition is part of the Vietnam-Binh Duong Porcelain Festival 2010, which aims
to mark the 1,000 th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.
The eight-day festival entitled, “Vietnam porcelain – traditions, identity and
development” aims to honour porcelain craft villages and porcelain craftsmen.
The festival that will wrap up on Sept. 9 includes a porcelain
exhibition-cum-fair, an exhibition on Binh Duong’s socio-economic achievements
over 35 years of construction and development and a seminar on Vietnam’s
porcelain during the nationalisation and modernisation process.
An exhibition of Vietnam’s guinness porcelain products will be held together
with a display of special dishes of southeastern provinces during the festival.