What do foreigners think about Tet in Vietnam?

What do foreigners think about Tet in Vietnam?

VOV.VN -The Lunar New Year Festival (Tet) is a golden opportunity for foreigners living, working and touring this time of year to gain a better understanding of the country’s customs, traditions, and people.

City tour digs up buried history

City tour digs up buried history

Remarkable landmarks in HCM City, such as Sai Gon Notre Dame Basilica or Caravelle Hotel, are familiar to many tourists, but the history behind each building often remains a mystery, even to local people.

Australian walks for blind kids

Australian walks for blind kids

As the Christmas party goes on, sight-impaired youngsters surround Joe Edwards, holding his hands. Unable to see their ‘Santa Claus', they still look into his eyes, showing their admiration.

Koi brings variety of sushi to Hanoi

Koi brings variety of sushi to Hanoi

In addition to a wide selection of sushi hand rolls and maki, Sushi Koi also specialises in grilled food served with a side of soya sauce. Minh Thu reports.

Culinary passion

Culinary passion

With a passion for food, CEO of KAfe Group, Dao Chi Anh is working to spread her brand across Vietnam with the rapid expansion of the chain.

Alternative medicine in Vietnam works

Alternative medicine in Vietnam works

(VOV) -Acupuncture which dates back more than two thousands years in Asia, continues to have a positive impact on patient’s lives. Vietnam is considered one of the world’s leading countries when it comes to acupuncture treatment.

American fosters needy kids

American fosters needy kids

To hundreds of unfortunate children and young women in the central province of Quang Nam, successful American entrepreneur Robert Kalatschan and his family are more than donors, who have provided free accommodations, edu-cation, medical care and food. For they have also brought love and happiness to the less fortunate.

Danish Ambassador: My impressions of Vietnam

Danish Ambassador: My impressions of Vietnam

(VOV) -Newly appointed Danish Ambassador to Vietnam Charlotte Laursen recently held a press conference at which she shared her impressions of Vietnam and plans for strengthening the relations between the two nations during her tenure.

Ritual craft becomes folklore art

Ritual craft becomes folklore art

The love of one man for the craftsmanship of a traditional village located in the outskirts of Hue has yielded strong attention from tourists visiting the country’s former imperial capital city, who regard the ritual craft as art.

Expat finds diving paradise

Expat finds diving paradise

Tourists visiting the old city of Hoi An in central province of Quang Nam rarely miss a chance to explore the Cham Islands with their terrestrial and aquatic marine ecosystem.

Street of lost art

Street of lost art

Hang Trong art was once a treasured form of folk art and despite the efforts of some its glory days may be hard to revive.

Lotus tea an age –old tradition

Lotus tea an age –old tradition

Lotus is one of Hanoi’s most prized specialties, requiring patience and skill from makers to achieve its exquisite taste. With very few people now producing lotus tea using the original methods, tea expert Hoang Anh Suong is keen to keep the tradition alive.