Many older women of the two tribes you’ll see most often in Sapa, Hmong and Dzao, make blankets and other textiles to sell. Many will also sell produce as well as bamboo that they harvest in the hills.
You’ll also often see young children selling trinkets in the village to help support their family. Some places discourage this but in my opinion I’d rather see people buying trinkets from kids rather than handing out candy. Their dental hygiene is not good to begin with and signs around town discourage this practise.
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