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Vietnamese – style coffee space to open in Italy

World

Vietnamese – style coffee space to open in Italy

A Vietnamese-style coffee shop will be opened soon in Turin, the capital city of Italy’s northern region of Piemonte, the Honorary Consular of Vietnam in Turin Sandra Scagliotti said at a recent gathering on the occasion of the Vietnamese traditional Lunar New Year festival (Tet).

Cao Bang Grass Jelly: A summertime treat

Culture - Sports

Cao Bang Grass Jelly: A summertime treat

Sweet soup, soya bean curd or mixed jelly are popular snacks for Vietnamese people, especially in the hot days of summer. They all have things in common – they’re delicious, fresh and many of them contain one tasty ingredient: black grass jelly.

Tet food reflects different lifestyles

Culture - Sports

Tet food reflects different lifestyles

The three main regions of Vietnam are characterized by different climate and soil conditions that result in different traditions and customs, and some of these have to do with which traditional dishes are favoured and how they are prepared when Tet, the Lunar New Year, is celebrated.

Coconut farming remains languishing

Business

Coconut farming remains languishing

Exports of coconut-based products are sluggish due to challenges and difficulties facing the coconut processing industry and coconut cultivation, according to the Agricultural Promotion Centre of the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre.

The taste of Hanoi’s autumn

Culture - Sports

The taste of Hanoi’s autumn

Hanoi’s autumn is also the season for com or young sticky rice flakes. Com can be eaten directly or enjoyed with bananas like a snack. It can also be mixed with other food ingredients to create a variety of tasty dishes.

Same same but Tet food reflects different lifestyles

Culture - Sports

Same same but Tet food reflects different lifestyles

The three main regions of Vietnam are characterized by different climate and soil conditions that result in different traditions and customs, and some of these have to do with which traditional dishes are favoured and how they are prepared when Tet, the Lunar New Year, is celebrated.