CAN TY HMONG TEXTILE COOPERATIVE
CAN TY HMONG TEXTILE COOPERATIVE

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Price: Free

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Time to visit a place: 30 phút

Open Time: 7:00 AM - Close Time: 4:00 PM

Email: ubndhuyenquanba@gmail.com

Address: xã Cán Tỷ,huyện Quản Bạ,tỉnh Hà Giang Xã Cán Tỷ, Huyện Quản Bạ, Tỉnh Hà Giang

Can Ty village (Quan Ba district) of the Hmong ethnic group is located on the "Mien River canyon" with steep limestone cliffs formed due to the activity of the so-called "Mien River fault". "Can" means dry, "Ty" means soil, "Can Ty" means "dry land". According to legend, the land became dry because the "dragons" (rivers, streams, including the Mien River) sucked all the water. Hmong people often live in remote, mountainous areas. In addition to maize as the main crop, they also grow flax, which is used to make linen for their clothes. Their life is associated with the flax - live with flax and die also with flax. The Hmong culture is vibrant and very close to nature, which is reflected through embroidery on their dresses, as a way of communication conveying instead of words their feelings or knowledge. For the Mong people in Can Ty, the usual embroidery patterns are imprints of elephant or pig legs, pumpkin or star anise flowers etc. - very characteristic for a "dry land." Established in 2010, The Can Ty Brocade Cooperative is a women cooperative providing employment to 30 women of the surrounding village. Beside brocade products with traditional patterns, there are ... View more

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Can Ty village (Quan Ba district) of the Hmong ethnic group is located on the "Mien River canyon" with steep limestone cliffs formed due to the activity of the so-called "Mien River fault". "Can" means dry, "Ty" means soil, "Can Ty" means "dry land". According to legend, the land became dry because the "dragons" (rivers, streams, including the Mien River) sucked all the water. Hmong people often live in remote, mountainous areas. In addition to maize as the main crop, they also grow flax, which is used to make linen for their clothes. Their life is associated with the flax - live with flax and die also with flax. The Hmong culture is vibrant and very close to nature, which is reflected through embroidery on their dresses, as a way of communication conveying instead of words their feelings or knowledge. For the Mong people in Can Ty, the usual embroidery patterns are imprints of elephant or pig legs, pumpkin or star anise flowers etc. - very characteristic for a "dry land." Established in 2010, The Can Ty Brocade Cooperative is a women cooperative providing employment to 30 women of the surrounding village. Beside brocade products with traditional patterns, there are more new products, more modern designs. Brocade products of the cooperative are very popular, they are present in many national and international markets, in addition to raising income, improving living also contributing to preserve the traditional cultural value and identity of the Hmong community in this area

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