The 2020 Spring Fair, themed “A vegan Tet (Lunar New Year Festival)”, will be held for the first time at the Vietnam Exhibition Centre for Culture and Arts in Hanoi from January 13-19, 2020.
The vegetarian food segment has been attracting a great deal of attention from businesses in recent years and gradually satisfied the tastes of customers.
Phuthotourist, an affiliate of Saigontourist Holding Company, in collaboration with White Lotus Culture and Arts Co Ltd. will organize a vegetarian food festival themed “Lotus Flower Season” at Dam Sen Cultural Park in HCM City from August 19 to 26.
VOV.VN - Hanoians have been busy since early morning preparing offerings to their ancestors on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month (March 2).
Vegetarianism is widely applied by a large number of religious people, especially Buddhist followers. Nowadays, not only as a religious belief, vegetarianism has become a choice as a healthy way of eating.
Vegetarian food, mostly vegan, has become increasingly popular in Vietnam over the last few years. All major cities, including the capital, have many restaurants that serve vegan food, and their number is increasing.
In the first and seventh lunar months (usually in February and August) every year, one of the popular vegetarian buffet programs in HCMC is “Saigon Vegetarian Dishes” at Metropole Wedding and Convention Center.
VOV.VN - A new generation of restaurants featuring meat-free menus has left vegetarians in Hanoi spoiled for choice during the Vu Lan festival, a time when many people traditionally eat meatless.
The annual food festival titled Taste of the World featuring Vietnamese and international dishes will be held at September 23 Park in Ho Chi Minh City from December 3 to 6.
(VOV) - Vu Lan ceremony, a Buddhist ritual, is observed on the 15th day of the seventh lunar month for Vietnamese people to show their deep gratitude toward s not only the deceased but also their parents.