Chuong villagers compete in rice cooking during Tet
11:15 | 12/02/2019 Culture & Art
(VEN) - The Chuong Village Festival is held on March 10 of the lunar calendar in Phương Trung Commune, Thanh Oai District, Hanoi, to commemorate Bo Cai Dai Vuong (Great King) Phung Hung. One of the most interesting events during the festival is the rice cooking competition among women in the village.
To He, a Vietnamese traditional toy
15:39 | 06/02/2019 Culture & Art
(VEN) - To He (toy figurine) is a traditional toy for children in Vietnam which is made from glutinous rice powder in form of edible figurine such as animals, flowers or characters in folk stories. In the past, To He was made and sold only on the occasion of festivals, especially Tet (lunar New Year holiday) and the Mid-autumn Festival which are the favorite festivals of Vietnamese children.
Fifty shades of noodles: The infinite variety of Vietnamese cuisine
12:08 | 05/02/2019 Culture & Art
(VEN) - Most people have heard about Pho and spring rolls, but there is so much more to Vietnamese cuisine. From the ubiquitous street food to upscale French gastronomy and spicy Indian, there is something for everyone’s palate and pocket. For the lazy or busy, there is also a thriving food home delivery industry.
A lucky, attractive pig brand
11:10 | 01/02/2019 Culture & Art
(VEN) - In recent years, Vietnam has welcomed many foreign food retailers, reflecting the country’s rapid economic growth, improved living standards and a growing interest in food safety shifting consumers from traditional wet markets to modern supermarkets.
Arts program celebrates Party founding anniversary
11:09 | 28/01/2019 Culture & Art
An arts program was held in Hanoi on January 26 to commemorate the 89th anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, the 60th anniversary of the "Dao Duc Cach Mang” (Revolutionary Ethics) work, and the 50th anniversary of implementing President Ho Chi Minh's Testament.