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One sheet of traditional Vietnamese dó paper can last 800 years. Only a few families in Bac Ninh province still put in the weeks it takes to transform a piece of bark into a single sheet. But industrialized paper mills have brought this craft to the brink of extinction. So how is this centuries-old craft still standing?

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How One Vietnamese Village Is Keeping An 800-Year-Old Paper-Making Tradition Alive | Still Standing