VOV.VN - The embassies of three ASEAN member countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam joined together to co-host a cultural event in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 13 with a view to introducing aspects of the region’s arts and traditional food to a global audience.
The third Vietnamese street food festival themed “Tet Viet” is taking place at the Hanoi-Moscow trade centre in Russia from February 16-18.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s fine arts and handicrafts, coffee, particularly traditional food Pho (noodle) and Nem Ran (Spring Roll) fascinated numerous visitors at the international charity Bazaar opened at Ashok hotel in New Delhi, India on December 3.
The Vietnam Embassy in Argentina organised an event to promote Vietnamese tourism and cuisine in Buenos Aires’ La Plata city on October 20.
The Vietnamese food festival in Venezuela is underway at the Eurobuilding hotel in the capital city of Caracas, running from April 20-24.
Vietnamese and American distinctive food and cooking methods are at the centre of a social gathering held in Ho Chi Minh City’s Vietheritage restaurant on September 22.
(VOV) - The Mexican Senate’s Foreign Affairs Committee for Asia Pacific (FACAP) and the Vietnamese Embassy held talks on bilateral relations and introduced Vietnam’s cuisine in Mexico City on September 9-10.
(VOV) - Vietnamese cuisine doesn't win any points for complexity. Many of the most popular dishes can be made just as well on the roadside as in a top-end restaurant.
(VOV) - The Vietnamese Embassy joined other ASEAN embassies to attend the ASEAN Day held in India on March 15.
(VOV) - Embassies of all ASEAN member countries attended a meeting in Ottawa, Canada, on August 24 to mark the 46th ASEAN founding anniversary.
(VOV) - The Vietnam Consulate General in Sydney has hosted an exchange to introduce special Vietnamese dishes cooked by renowned Vietnamese Australian chef Nhut Huynh.
(VOV) -Many Overseas Vietnamese have gathered in Eupen city, 150 km from Brussels, for the first Festival Vietnam.
(VOV) -The Vietnamese Embassy in Singapore hosted a gathering of nearly 500 people to celebrate the Lunar New Year (Tet) Festival on February 1.
(VOV) - Overseas Vietnamese residents are busy preparing for their traditional lunar New Year (Tet) Festival.
(VOV) - Hanoi is the land of noodles and dumplings in daunting variety. At least, that is what British visitor David Bobby had concluded local culinary after his three-week trip around the capital city.
The Vietnam Records Book Centre (VietKings) on August 16 announced Vietnam’s top 14 culinary delights for the first time.