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The worship of the Hung Kings connects the Viet people to their roots [ more... ]
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Young Pà Thẻn men dance barefoot on red hot coals. Now and then, one squats down, grabs the burning coal and throws it up. [ more... ]
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Tết comes when every Vietnamese family showcases an apricot (in the South) or peach (in the North) tree. [ more... ]
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Late in July of this year, Hanoi police confiscated a ‘free iced tea’ can on a street sidewalk, frustrating many people. [ more... ]
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Spring brings together all the best there is among nature and people. On New Year’s, everybody puts aside all the fuss of life to come together around the family dining table. [ more... ]
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Buffalo bazaar Can Cau of Si Ma Cai has long been famous in Lao Cai Province. [ more... ]
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Hue is among the places said to be the cradle of Vietnamese Buddhism. Buddhism has ancient roots in Hue, where now is home to more than 300 pagodas in Mahayana Buddhism. [ more... ]
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Tay Ninh City is the centre of the Cao Dai religion, a syncretistic faith that originated in Vietnam during the turmoil of the 1920s and 1930s, when resistance to the French colonialists was gaining strength throughout the land. [ more... ]
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‘Day of Tradition’ remembers a time when a navy defended swallow’s nests [ more... ]
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The special thing about Huong Canh is its blue clay, the raw material used to make its famous products. This clay is found in the swampy areas, 3-10m ...
A short while ago, I was asked if the Vietnamese fondness for eating snails were a consequence of the former French presence here.
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