Few street snacks have remained as popular with HCM City youth and adults as the fried rice flour cake (bột chiên).
Instead of loading the pantry and refrigerator with premade snacks that have questionable nutrition, a little planning and advance adult preparation can make healthier choices easy for kids to assemble with minimal oversight.
Located hundreds of kilometres from the province’s centre, Chế Tạo is the poorest commune of Mù Căng Chải District, the northern mountainous province of Yên Bái. The local community might be underdeveloped but the children are not uneducated thanks to the efforts of authorities.
The percentage of poor and near-poor households in ethnic minority dominated areas in Việt Nam is 3.5 times higher than the country’s average, the latest survey conducted by Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs reveals.
Việt Nam on Sunday recorded 80 days without COVID-19 transmission in the community.
Hồ Văn Tai from Tân Phú Trung Commune in the southern province of Đồng Tháp is considered as the last artisan making fabric pictures in the southwestern region of Việt Nam with 68 years working in the craft.
Is the concept of “Men make houses, women make homes” still relevant in 2020?
A deep desire to help poor Bahnar ethnic minority children motivates Chhỡi, a teacher in Blên Village, Lơ Pang Commune in the central highlands’ Gia Lai province, to devote himself to education.
The northern province of Ninh Bình is not only known as home of the UNESCO-recognised Tràng An Tourism Complex but also as the birthplace of a whole host of talented people in the craft trade. Centuries of fame have come the way of the delicate products created in Văn Lâm embroidery village.
Seventy-five days have now passed since Việt Nam reported any community transmission of COVID-19. It’s been an unusual year for students, with schools closed and classes held online. Final exams for the school year were held in June, the hottest month in Việt Nam’s north.