Handicraft sector in Kenya
Oyama Town – The origin of global OVOP
Hanoi to host “One village one product” exhibition
An exhibition called “One village one product” (OVOP) displaying Vietnamese high-quality handicraft products opened in Hanoi on December 9, 2016 as a part of efforts to attract more tourists to the capital and promote traditional craft villages. As the first event of its kind in Hanoi, the four-day exhibition will feature 30-40 booths from traditional handicraft villages nationwide.
Trade promotion with OCOP Program
Based on the international experience and initial success of some provinces, at the National Conference on OCOP Program (March 2017 in Quang Ninh), Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung directed Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to coordinate with related ministries and sectors to prepare a proposal on expanding OCOP
Ancient Shan Tuyet tea in Vietnam
Situated at an altitude of nearly 1,400 meters above sea level, Suoi Giang in Van Chan district, Yen Bai province is the home to the oldest tea trees in Vietnam. "I have travelled across 120 countries which have tea trees in the world, but I’ve not seen any perennial tea trees like those in Suoi Giang," wrote an academic of the USSR Academy of Sciences, MK Djemukhatze, in the visitor’s book of Suoi Giang in 1960.
K’ho Coffee - A love story
Over the years, “K’Ho Coffee” has been known as a signature coffee brand in Lam Dong Province’s Lang Biang Plateau which was created by Joshua, an American, and his wife Co Lieng Rolan, a K’Ho girl. It is also an exemplary model for making clean coffee of the K’Ho ethnic group in the Central Highlands.
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