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There is not a lot to see or do in Tra Vinh Province. There is some quintessentially Mekong countryside — vivid green rice fields and water coconut palms. [ more... ]
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We chuckled quite a lot when I told my family I was going to have dinner at a restaurant named ‘Di Mai’. That means ‘Auntie Mai’. That is my wife's name and she is an aunt to quite a few people. [ more... ]
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The sticky rice square cake (bánh chưng) has been a traditional and irreplaceable cake of the Vietnamese people at Tet for a long time. [ more... ]
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Elders of Dinh Bang village, Bac Ninh say that long ago, when King Ly Anh Tong went out to .... [ more... ]
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Perhaps nowhere in the country does fish sauce smell like in Phan Thiet. It’s this ardent smell and taste of the sea that that make Phan Thiet homesick children? [ more... ]
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Top end hotels and the art world are often natural partners. Artists and in this case a photographer welcome the chance to exhibit in a public space frequented by many people including some affluent enough to be able to buy art. [ more... ]
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For those who can brave their odours, these foods are worth the pain [ more... ]
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All the flavours of old Cathay at Tung Garden [ more... ]
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That great cathedral dedicated to French hospitality and taste that sits on leafy Le Duan Street in HCMC, ‘The Sofitel Saigon Plaza’, [ more... ]
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Carefully-prepared braised fish have gone from local necessity to national delicacy [ more... ]
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Some years ago, this magazine ran a cover story of Ho Chi Minh City's Ao Dai Museum, which tells the history and displays the glorious diversity of ...
There is not a lot to see or do in Tra Vinh Province. There is some quintessentially Mekong countryside — vivid green rice fields and water coconut ...
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