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  • MARKET CULTURE IN VIETNAM

    MARKET CULTURE IN VIETNAM

    Market culture in Vietnam is still alive and well. The hustle and bustle of Vietnam’s open markets can be summed up in one word…chaotic.

  • Tea and Vietnamese

    Tea and Vietnamese

    In Vietnam, tea is said to appear in almost every social activities: from wedding, birthday to anniversary and ritual ceremonies. A cup of hot tea in the early morning after breakfast, some iced tea at “quán cóc” - the roadside-make-shift shop while waiting for a friend, or a whole day chilling out in a teahouse; that is the way tea penetrates into Vietnamese’ daily life.

  • Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City's coffee culture

    Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City's coffee culture

    It’s coffee, but not as we know it. In Ho Chi Minh City, Nicola Graydon learns to love the drink that fuels a nation

  • Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An, Viet Nam

    Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An, Viet Nam

    This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed here in the 1590s by the Japanese community in order to link them with the Chinese quarters across the stream.

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