Not only does Zó Project sells beautiful stationery, it doubles as a social enterprise. Here you can find notebooks, calendars and prints made from traditional Dó paper made by artisans from Northern Vietnam. They shred, beat and dry the pulp from Dó trees to make the creamy sheets of paper that can take up to three months to craft. In imperial Vietnam, calligraphy was written on Dó sheets but the handmade paper has since fallen out of popularity with the rise of industrial paper. Zó Project supports the livelihood of artisans who continue to make this traditional Vietnamese craft with their modern designs and creative art.