Vietnamese milk gourd is a vine-like “art work” of loofah. It was shaped like a female breast and installed in Goethe Café. The museum is part of the German Goethe Institute. The college is located on Nguyen Thai Hoc Street in Hanoi.
Here, all those “sponge gourds” are elongated. They are slightly peachy, like human skin, not the green that is common to this species. This kind of fruit and vines “grow” on the bamboo frame and climb up the wall. In the cafe, they create a novel and natural feeling.
There is a Vietnamese milk melon in Vietnam that looks exactly like a woman ’s breast. A spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce of Vietnam said that it is expected that such fruits will enter the Chinese market in large quantities and flow into the tables of thousands of households.
In fact, these breast-shaped loofahs are artificial products. They were created by Nguyen Thi Hoai Mo. She is a 28-year-old artist from Hejing province.