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Do you eat to live or do you live to eat? If your answer is the latter, you will enjoy this brief overview of the vast subject that is Vietnamese cuisine [ more... ]
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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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Bau Truc Pottery Village, in Phuoc Dan Township, Ninh Phuoc District, NinhThuan Province, is considered one of Southeast Asia’s oldest pottery ...
Do you eat to live or do you live to eat? If your answer is the latter, you will enjoy this brief overview of the vast subject that is Vietnamese ...
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