#Vietnam culture and tradition
“It's important for both readers and writers to be skeptical of all formats and models, and to return to the root of poetry — linguistic pleasure.”
From buying kumquat trees to feasting bánh chưng and bánh tét, here’s a guide on how you can celebrate Tet like a true local in Vietnam.
The centuries-old implications of good fortune and prosperity has made apricot blossoms as well as other Vietnamese decorative plants top of the shopping list every Tet holiday season.
Vietcetera focuses on seven Vietnamese words that cannot directly be translated into English, because they symbolize a specific aspect of Vietnamese culture.
Cocotte, the friendly French restaurateurs, are on a mission to demystify the tricky world of wine drinking in Vietnam. From choosing a glass to describing taste, here’s how to impress a date with your understanding of an up-and-coming Vietnamese F&B segment already worth US $20 million.
On a recent trip to Hong Kong, we stumbled upon the story of award-winning Vietnamese-American chef Peter Cuong Franklin.