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January, 10 2014 09:11:17

Hue International Food Festival set for April 2014

Hue International Food Festival will be held from April 15 to 19 in Hue City's Phu Xuan Park featuring 100 international stands. Of these, 20 come from Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, and China.

The food festival is one of many activities hosted as part of the Hue Festival 2014 (April 12-20) aiming to honour and popularise the specialties and cuisines of Viet Nam's regions, especially in Hue. They also hope to further promote co-operation between Viet Nam and other countries. — VNS


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