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A man and a woman weave baskets in a handicraft factory near Dalat

A man and a woman weave baskets in a handicraft factory near Dalat. the man in the foreground is weaving a long thin fiber, probably rattan, around a wooden frame. The woman behind is weaving on a smaller rattan frame. The woman weaver is wearing a sleeveless print dress and a traditional-style palm leaf sunhat with a red cloth chin strap. Completed baskets and other supplies such as wooden frames can be seen in the background visible at the left.Baskets and other plant fiber products such as sleeping mats and sunhats are still made for personal use by rural families. Increasingly, some versions of these traditional items are produced in factories for sale to urban residents or tourists.

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