When night falls, some of the most crowded places in HCM City are street food markets that attract hundreds of visitors from around the world. Minh Hương checks out some of the better-known spots.
Throughout the decades of history since it finally made its appearance in Việt Nam at the end of the 19th century, coffee has found ways to adapt itself to the tastes of the citizens in this tropical country. As one of the national’s cultural icons, the drink is one of the most easily adapted one to urban changes and is expresses some of the latest trends as well.
Tôn Nữ Tường Vy is making strides for the future of education in Việt Nam. She shares with Nguyễn Thuỳ Linh some of the most defining moments of her arduous journey.
The first-ever Human Library project has just opened in Hà Nội’s Labour and Society College.
During the two days it ran, the “living library” attracted more than 500 “readers” and received encouraging feedback.
Fresh imported fish, meat, and local organic vegetables are plastered across the extensive menu at Akaari, an attractively decorated Japanese restaurant in Thanh Xuân District of Hà Nội. Hà Nguyễn reports.
A short story by Thương Bảo
Despite her handicap, the 21- year-old Lê Hương Giang has been an outstanding student and travelled to different remote regions of the country to help disabled children and their families.
The hottest month of the year is approaching! Let’s learn how Koreans combat the fierce heat with this traditional ginseng chicken soup.
Flute kites are a centuries-old game that attracts people of all ages and professions. Song An Commune is preparing for its annual flute kite festival and keeping an ancient tradition alive.
TEED OFF with Robert Bicknell