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Marriage in Vietnam

Marriage in Vietnam

In Vietnam today, there are two distinct groupings as far as the important rite of marriage is concerned. One group is the more modern, who cling to Western innovations and desire similar weddings. The following section will concern itself with the second group and its traditional rites of engagement and marriage which are highly regarded

Sweet and Sour Prawns

Sweet and Sour Prawns

Some say Sweet and Sour Prawns (Tôm Sốt Chua Ngọt) are delicious but some say it does a disservice to the prawns. No matter it is called or assess I think it is one of Traditional Vietnamese Food that. To make this Traditional Vietnamese Food, all you need to do is collect the fresh prawns

Mach Lung Temple Festival

Mach Lung Temple Festival

The festival of Lung Mach temple is annually held within 3 days from 10th to 12th February (lunar calendar) at Dai Mach commune, Dong Anh district, Mach Lung Temple that is a historic relic worshipping three heroes under 18th King Hung. The temple worships three Kings in the King Hung XVIII: Minh Lao Hung Dai

Vietnamese Fried Rice

Vietnamese Fried Rice

Eighty-two percent of the arable land in Vietnam grows rice and the country serves as the leading rice producer and exporter in the world, according to 2010 data from the International Rice Research Institute. Fried rice dishes include everything from pork — a dish known as com chien — to chicken or tofu. Regardless of

Stir fried Vegetarian Phở Noodle

Stir fried Vegetarian Phở Noodle Recipe

From many stunning Vietnamese Pho Recipes, today I would like to introduce Stir fried Vegetarian Phở Noodle (Phở Xào Chay) for all who fall in love with this noodle. In Buddha days, my mom usually cooks many vegetarian dishes for all members in family. Here is the best way to give a peace for our

Bai Dinh pagoda festival

Bai Dinh pagoda festival

Every year, Bai Dinh pagoda festival is held on the sixth day of lunar first month in Sinh Duoc village, Gia Sinh commune , Gia Vien District. In the past, the festival only lasted for one week but in recent years, with its upgradation and high attention of national Government as well as local authorities,