The Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk has announced the cancellation of its biennial coffee festival scheduled for March next year due to the continuing COVID-19 outbreak.
Thousands of people donned raincoats and carried umbrellas on May 8, braving the driving rain to enjoy the art performance held to commemorate the 990th anniversary of Thanh Hóa Province.
As one of the world’s top coffee exporters, Việt Nam is shifting its focus to the sustainable cultivation and promotion of specialty coffee, with the aim of improving its coffee brand and quality. Bồ Xuân Hiệp reports.
Deputy Prime Minister Trương Hoà Bình has urged the Central Highlands region to build a Vietnamese coffee brand capable of competing with rivals at home and abroad.
The Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands) province of Đắk Lắk is ready for the 7th Buôn Ma Thuột Coffee Festival which will begin tomorrow (March 9), according to its Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The Central Highlands province of Đắc Lắc will host a cuisine contest for chefs from the region at Ko Tam Community Cultural Ecological Tourism from March 13-16 in Buôn Ma Thuột City.
The seventh Buôn Ma Thuột coffee festival will be held in March in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk with a wide range of activities featuring local specialties, including locally produced coffee beans.
For Will Frith, born in the US to an American father and Vietnamese mother, a visit to Việt Nam in 2004 ignited a passion for coffee that would change his life.
A project to develop the Buôn Ma Thuột coffee brand is expected to benefit more than 15,000 farmers who live in a poor commune in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk.