Last update: 15:31 | 22/09/2017
The village of Ong Hao in northern Hung Yen Province has a national reputation for its tradition of making drums for the mid-autumn festival each year.
A local craftsman prepares wooden board to make the drums.
Skilled workers use special wood to make the drums. The village has 1,300 households involved in making drums for the mid-autumn festival
A master craftsman uses a cutter to make the body of the drum.
Buffalo skin is the used to make the surface of the drum.
Each drum sells for US$1.15.
Lion head masks are a popular kid’s toy during the mid-autumn festival.