For years, the craft village has been existing humbly and tenaciously. If don�t coming to see with your own eyes, you can not imagine the bustling working of grinding workshops and many generations of Hung Lo people grow up by the occupation. Production of glass noodle and rice noodle don�t require big investment so any household can run the business. Dozens of years ago, the production process did by hands but at present, it is replaced by machine so the productivity have been raising. A household can produce 200-300 kg per day. Therefore, Hung Lo commune supplies dozens of tones of dried food of Mien, rice paper sheet to market everyday.
However, there is paradox that the big yield brings modest profit. It is due to the products haven�t been commodity. The products haven�t labeled and trade-named. The quality is assessed by customers only. Moreover, other obstacles of lacking land for workshops and electricity for production have hindered the occupation development.