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In hilly Phu Yen province, horses have been pooling carts to transport farm produce since the dawn of time. [ more... ]
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Legends have it that once upon a time, there was a Thai female warlord named Lady Han, who defeated northern invaders on the eve of a new year. [ more... ]
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Though not an obligatory rite, asking for and giving written words is a cultural feature of the New Year celebration, especially popular in the cities. [ more... ]
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The shaman comes out in the dim light of an eerily silent scene. His body shakes as he deliriously chants something unclear. Suddenly he leaps up, falls and staggers in strange postures and motions. [ more... ]
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It’s an ancient custom that on the full moon of the 9th lunar month (this year falls on 3 November), [ more... ]
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Legend has it that in 1288, during a battle between the Tran Kings' army and the Yuan invaders, [ more... ]
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Chuon Village, also called An Truyen, stands between paddy fields and the vast Chuon Lagoon. [ more... ]
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The western highlands of Tay Nguyen are full of mysteries. Small, stilted houses loom behind massive successions of mountains and heavenly gates, [ more... ]
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Pasteboard masks have been Hanoi kids’ toys, especially in the occasion of Mid-Autumn celebrations, for ages. But today, just a handful of people ...
In Phan Thiet, bánh hỏi with pig bowels (lòng heo) is synonymous with Phu Long Town, which is the name of the native place of this dish, where it is ...
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