Miniatures helping popularise Vietnamese culture

  •  Monday, August 16, 2021

Vietnamese culture has been nudged closer to domestic and foreign friends through life-like palm-sized miniatures of groceries, food carts, local dishes, barber shops, and even iconic tourist attractions made by young people around the country.


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