VOV.VN - Each region in Germany has its own specialties and variations. Some say that the cooking and eating habits there are greatly influenced by the French and has more of an Eastern European flavor.
Authorities in the popular coastal city of Vung Tau in southern Vietnam have announced that all forms of eating and drinking will be banned from its beaches from April 25 onward, Nguoi Lao Dong (Laborer) newspaper reported on April 24.
The People’s Committee of central Thanh Hoa province is allocating over VND39 billion (US$1.75 million) to fund meals for kindergarten children in the province.
Nutrition experts in Vietnam say an unbalanced diet of excessive sugar and salt combined with insufficient vegetable consumption is posing health risks to Vietnamese people.
A Pho restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City has launched an eating contest. If participants can finish a giant bowl of soup in one hour, they win VND1,000,000 (US$48).
(VOV) -Supermodel Truong Thi May is being honoured for her healthy eating habits in the annual contest held by the Asia Pacific branch of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
After a few months in Hanoi, Ounkham Pimmata considers the differences between his hometown of Vientiane and Vietnam’s capital city.
(VOV) -The capital city’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) decreased slightly in March, falling 0.21 percent against the previous month but it was still 5.7 percent higher than the same period last year.
An Vat Sai Gon (Noshing in Sai Gon), by Chu Thi Hong Anh and photographer Tran Viet Duc, is hoped to inspire all lovers of eating out in Ho Chi Minh City.
The child who died of brain abscess in Ho Chi Minh City was actually killed by “brain- eating amoeba” (Naegleria fowleri).
A boy might be killed by a brain-eating amoeba after the country’s first death of a man in Phu Yen province more than a month ago.
A 25-year-old man from Phu Yen Province died last month after contracting an infection from the so-called brain-eating amoeba, a climate-sensitive, single-celled organism found in warm freshwater lakes and rivers, the HCM City Tropical Hospital has reported.
Like other Asians, many Vietnamese are taking the Western habit of eating fast food instead of rice, and thus putting the region’s agriculture sector at risk.