A Vietnamese man has taken milestone steps different from those originally planned on his educational path and become a successful cook with the love for his homeland’s cuisine.
The Chiec Thia Vang (Golden Spoon) competition, which seeks to find the country's best chefs and dishes, was launched in the southern province of Binh Duong on May 26.
A 31-year-old chef from Ho Chi Minh City won the heart of the cooking contest jury to become the third-season Master Chef of Vietnam 2015.
A festival will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from September 10-13 to promote friendship and solidarity between nations.
Vietnamese students living in Singapore have participated in a cooking contest FookUp 2015.
The third Chiec Thia Vang (Golden Spoon) competition, which seeks to find the country's best chefs and dishes, was launched in the southern province of Binh Duong on May 26.
The inaugural Aust-Viet Junior Chef Challenge will be held in HCM City from June 17-21 as part of the celebrations of the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam.
Chef Do Chi Cong from a Hanoi restaurant will be the first-ever Vietnamese chef to compete at the prestigious cooking contest Bocuse d'Or Asia in Shanghai this month.
The ambassadors of Italy, Germany, Brazil, Sweden and Belgium will join a cooking contest at Mediterraneo restaurant in Hanoi on April 3.