VOV.VN - The 7th Da Lat Flower festival is scheduled for December 23-27. It was unveiled by the People’s Committee of the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
Vietnam’s tea sector is aiming to export 150,000 tonnes and earn a turnover of 250 million USD in 2017, announced the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).
Artisan Hoang Anh Suong shares with Pham Oanh his experience of enjoying tea in Vietnam as well as the art of tea in Vietnamese culture.
VOV.VN - Global sales from tea exports continued a downward trajectory for the fifth consecutive year in 2016, dropping an average of 9.5% annually from US$7.2 billion to US$6.5 billion, according to recently released statistics from the world fact book.
Vietnam exported 48,000 tonnes of tea in the first five months of this year, raking in US$73 million, representing year-on-year increases of 14.3% in volume and 12.4% in value.
The annual Dat Phuong Nam (Southern Land) gastronomic festival will take place from May 24 to 28 at Dam Sen Cultural Park, 3 Hoa Binh St., Dist. 11, HCMC with an aim to promote tourism and food culture of the city and southern provinces.
While a few coffee chains have had to close, milk tea chains have become popular, especially in the north.
Japanese Emperor and Empress hosted a tea party at the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, on April 17 to celebrate the success of their Vietnam visit from February 28 – March 5.
VOV.VN -An amateur photographer recently travelled to the Moc Chau plateau in the northern mountainous province of Son La that is situated about 200 kilometres from Hanoi to snap some photos of picturesque tea fields.
In the backpacker quarter surrounded by Pham Ngu Lao, Bui Vien and De Tham streets in downtown HCM City, foreign visitors can easily find countless restaurants, shops, and hotels with eye-catching signs written in English.
VOV.VN - A cultural event sponsored by the Vietnam Embassy aimed at increasing people-to-people contact and mutual understanding was held yesterday (Mar. 31) at the ASEAN-China Centre in Beijing.
Several premium Vietnamese teas were introduced at the Tea Mater Cup 2017, a side event of the Asian biggest international tea and coffee fair held in Singapore recently.
VOV.VN - The US is the world’s 4th biggest tea consumer. Vietnam exports about 2% of its tea production to the US, earning US$11 million.
VOV.VN - Tea-harvesting season takes place in the province of Yen Bai, part of the Vietbac tea region in northern Vietnam at the end of March and beginning of April.
Japan’s Sasaki Seicha company has surveyed Vietnam’s tea industry for a year and realised that this is a market not to be missed, the firm’s General Director Iwasaki Masao said.
Representatives from Vietnam’s tea-growing localities and famous tea firms took part in a recent seminar in New York, to seek opportunities to enter the US market.
VOV.VN - Cherry trees in blossom are showcased in downtown Hanoi as part of activities for the upcoming 2017 Cherry Blossom Festival.
As many as eight Vietnamese firms are showcasing their top quality tea and coffee products at the Café Asia and International Coffee and Tea Expo - the largest of its kind in Asia, which opened in Singapore on March 2.
Quet Diem (The Match) coffee shop is good for groups, couples or anyone to come to enjoy a cup of coffee and indulge themselves in a nostalgic space full of items that date back decades.
Nearly 30 firms and 20,000 farmers will take part in producing 25,000 tonnes of tea of international standards in a project to promote the private-public partnership (PPP) model in tea production.