Xôi (sticky rice) has a long-standing history in the Vietnamese cuisine.
With the Doan Ngo festival falling on the fifth day of May in the lunar calendar, the occasion usually kicks off the period of killing insects that harm the crops of farmers,
Vietnam is famous as one of the world's biggest rice exporters, but its export price is low.
There really is no better time to sleep than the final 10 minutes immediately after slapping that snooze button on your mobile phone.
Sticky rice is a common dish, which can be found in almost every corner of Hanoi. But there is a unique sticky rice style served with “ro dong”, a local perch that can only found in rice fields.
Ngoc Chien Commune in Son La Province attracts tourists to its untouched picturesque beauty and generous local people.