Handicraft Bazaar to take place at Vietnam Museum of Ethnology The Saigon Times Daily Some foreign children are seen at a previous Craft Link’s Handicraft Bazaar – PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER HCMC – Craft Link, a not-for-profit organization that supports traditional craft producers, will organize a Handicraft Bazaar at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi on November 17. Skilled artisans and disadvantaged groups will present their products during the day-long program, where visitors can experience and buy a wide variety of products, especially those items made by ethnic minority people from across the country. Guests are also invited to take part in mini games and win prizes, enjoy craft-making demonstrations, and watch artisans make Batik, which is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, and Indigo dye, an organic compound with a distinctive blue color. Admission fees are VND40,000 per adult, VND15,000 per student, VND10,000 per pupil aged between six and 18, and VND20,000 for minority ethnic people. Children under six years old and people with severe disabilities enjoy free admission.