Articles Posted in the " Hanoi’s Life " Category

  • Lunar New Year Celebration in Hanoi

    Tết dishes, the traditional dishes served on the Tết holiday, are the chưng (square sticky-rice) cake, pork paste, grilled chopped meat, brined meat, brined fish, pickled onion and different kinds of fruit jams. The [...]

  • The Vietnamese Women’s Day -20/10

    Vietnam Women’s Day is a celebration to honor women, was held on October 20 every year in Vietnam. On this occasion, women in Vietnam, as well as in other parts of the world, many [...]

  • Vietnam chopstick etiquette

    Chopsticks are small tapered sticks used in pairs of equal length as the traditional eating utensils of Vietnam, China, Korea and Japan. The etiquette of using the chopsticks are one of unique spots of [...]

  • Sunrise over Long Bien Market

    (VOV) – An early morning peek inside the bustling heart of the Long Bien night market. Ever wonder where the tangy herbs in that steaming morning bowl of pho bo (noodle with beef) come [...]

  • Spiritual Life Value of Vietnam people

    The richness of Vietnam’s origins is evident throughout its culture. Spiritual life in Vietnam, which is totally unscientific, is a belief or practice irrationally maintained by ignorance or by faith in magic or chance. [...]

  • Vietnam Mid – Autumn Festival

    The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most exciting and popular holidays for Vietnamese families. It’s also called the “Children’s Festival” and it’s celebrated when the moon is the brightest in the autumn. Parents [...]

  • The beauty smiles of mountain children

    Travellers in the northwestern mountains of Vietnam will be dazzled by the breathtaking scenery, culinary specialities, and the beaming faces of highland children. Their beauty, joy, spirit and purity can hardly be captured perfectly [...]