With their skillful hands, the craftsmen in the village have created unique sculptures including products for decoration, furniture and wooden statues.
In addition to meeting the domestic demand, Du Du village’s sculptures are exported to China, Taiwan (China) and many other Southeast Asian countries.
Wooden statues are sculptured in various shapes including as the Maitreya Buddha and Bodhisattva.
The ancestor of traditional sculpture craft is worshipped at Du Du village’s temple.
Craftsman Do Dinh Hien meticulously carves wooden products.
The wood materials are taken from the Central Highland region and can change colour throughout the seasons.
The kit of the sculptors in Du Du village
A craftsman is sculpting a wooden statue.