VOV.VN - The embassies of 10 Asian countries recently held Asian cultural festival at the National Village Museum in Romania in an effort to promote the diversity of Asian cultures, including Vietnamese culture.
The festival is to foster friendship and solidarity among Asian countries, as well as between Romania and these participating countries. It offers the chance for Romanian people to gain a better understanding of the unique and diverse cultures of Asian countries.
The Vietnamese booth, showcasing Nón lá (conical hats) and photographs and paintings of the country’s landscape and culture, attracted plenty visitors, especially youngsters.
Visitors also had the chance to enjoy Áo Dài (traditional long dress) shows and dances, helping the visitors to get an insight into Vietnamese women’s traditional costume and its culture.
During the festival, the Vietnamese Embassy displayed a range of its traditional dishes such as Bánh mì (Vietnamese baguettes) and Nem (spring rolls), as well as key Vietnamese farm products for export such as tea and coffee.
The Vietnamese booth, along with those of China, Bangladesh, Iran, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Japan, India, and the Republic of Korea, left a strong impression on those in attendance.