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Change and revival in traditional textile production: Mai Chau, Viet Nam

all text & images Suzi Garner
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The tree from which bark is removed in order to create a red or mauve/pink dye bath. The Mai Chau valley, Hoa Binh Province, northern Viet Nam.
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