The 3 unmarried women who preserve the craft are gradually disappearing

Tam Coc Ninh Binh. "When I started making this house (more than 30 years ago) to weave mats, it was also when her mother wa

Called 3 “aunts” because these women are not married, live in the same family, but they are very loving and compatible with each other in Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. The great-grandparents gave birth to 7 children, in which the eldest sister and 3 sons all built their families and lived separately, staying in the house where their parents left only 3 unmarried girls.

Her father is not husband Mung-Tuoi-Tinh for decades preserving the craft of weaving sedge mats, which are gradually disappearing, and money is not sure to buy in Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. “When I started making this house (more than 30 years ago) to weave mats, it was also when her mother was sick. The sisters loved her so they stayed there to take care of her. Although there were many places to ask questions, to tell the truth ‘she seeing many unhappy couples’ seeing those images makes them want nothing,” Mung said.

Speaking of this, Ms. Tuoi continued: “Her house is always full of laughter, people say that dishes and chopsticks are sometimes thrown together, but they have never had a quarrel, her house is always full of people in Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Neighbors come and talk.” Her father thought that; If there is no generation to follow the profession, perhaps only a few years later the market will be absent from the square sedge mats formed by hand and friendly.

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