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Address:

103 Nguyen Thai Hoc St
Hoi An Vietnam

Phone:

(84) 510 910 168

Price:

InexpensiveInexpensive

Description:

Hoa-Nhap Handicrafts is a unique crafts and gift shop in Hoi An. All of the varied items for sale are made by local handicapped people, with a majority of the purchase price going to the creators themselves. A Fair Trade Shop.

Published on 6/13/04

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Contributor: vnhoihuong [10] 1/16/06

0 of 0 people found this comment helpful.

These young people do quality work for an honest price. By buying from them you feel proud being able to help them earn a dignified living as well as getting the souvernir you are going to get anyway. These a good articrafts works not something you buy out of compassion. I highly recommend tourist shopper to stop by while in Hoi An and have a look.

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