Turmeric is usually used in cooking to add a spicy flavour to food, but it can also be used to treat gastric problems and to heal scars. Lecturers and students at Đông Á College have successfully developed a cold-drying process for turmeric and a method to extract oil from the peel.
The village, 20km northwest of the city, along with La Hường Village in Cẩm Lệ District, is one of two major sources of green vegetables for the city.
Apart from bánh chưng (square cake), there are many other delicacies that have become popular over a thousand or more years. They include phu thê cake, mướt rolls, and sừng trâu (buffalo horn) cake.
Every day, some three million Agent Orange and dioxin victims in Việt Nam struggle to survive, living their lives with incurable wounds.
The association will build a dossier introducing the cinematographic environment in Việt Nam.