Hanoi, Vietnam | Dong Ho Painting Village
Dong Ho Painting Village, in Bac Ninh Province, is an important and long-lasting example of cultural heritage. The production of Dong Ho folk paintings began in the 11th century, during the rule of the Ly Dynasty, according to the locals, however specialists believe that the workers began printing pictures during the reign of the Le Dynasty. Color persistence is also an important aspect of Dong Ho folk painting. The material for a painting is basic, but the approach is anything but, which is why it is recognized as a distinct folk cultural element of Vietnam. Despite being a long-standing piece of traditional culture, Dong Ho Painting Village has become an important part of the local community.