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How sweet is your tooth? In Vietnam desserts are a big, big deal. Tune in to episode 4 of Nom, nom, Vietnam to check out the tasty treats served up in Hanoi and beyond.

     

    How sweet is your tooth? In Vietnam desserts are a big, big deal. Tune in to episode 4 of Nom, nom, Vietnam to check out the tasty treats served up in Hanoi and beyond.

     
     

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    Fire dance of Red Dao in Dien Bien province
    Fire dance of Red Dao in Dien Bien province
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  29/09/2019 

    Dien Bien province is home to about 6,000 Dao people of the Red Dao, Dao Quan Chet, and Dao Khau branches. The Dao observe many religious and cultural ceremonies and festivals.

    Vietnamese food: Tram đen
    Vietnamese food: Tram đen
    VIDEOicon  27/09/2019 

    There’s a place in Vietnam you will really go nuts for. In days gone by when meat was in short supply, the substitute was pili nuts.

    The last iron forger keeps the furnace’s flame burning on Hanoi’s old street
    The last iron forger keeps the furnace’s flame burning on Hanoi’s old street
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  25/09/2019 

    In the memories of many Hanoians’ generation, Lo Ren street in Hoan Kiem District houses many forging furnaces.

    Arieu Ping, the reburial festival of the Pa Ko
    Arieu Ping, the reburial festival of the Pa Ko
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  22/09/2019 

    For the Pa Ko ethnic people, taking care of ancestral tombs is not a family’s private affair, but the responsibility of the whole village.

    Vietnam's mooncake
    Vietnam's mooncake
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  17/09/2019 

    Bought yours yet? Given a mooncake to the one you love? Mooncakes are the tradition sweet food to eat this time of year during Mid-Autumn Festival. And there's lots of flavours to choose from.

    Young green rice – flavor of autumn
    Young green rice – flavor of autumn
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  11/09/2019 

    For over a century, people of Me Tri village in Tu Liem, Hanoi, have been making ‘com’. Visiting Me Tri in autumn, one can enjoy the scent of com (young milky rice) being dried all over the village.

    Craft village keeps mooncake mould making alive
    Craft village keeps mooncake mould making alive
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  11/09/2019 

    To make a beautiful and tasty mooncake, the most important task is to form the shape of the cake. That is when the mooncake mould becomes handy and indispensible in making a cake.  

    Xip Xi Festival of the White Thai
    Xip Xi Festival of the White Thai
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  05/09/2019 

    The White Thai ethnic minority celebrate their Xip Xi Festival on the 14th day of the 7th lunar month in the leisure time before the fall harvest.

    Gong art form of Cor ethnic minority
    Gong art form of Cor ethnic minority
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  01/09/2019 

    The gong art form of Cor ethnic minority group in Tra Bong district, Quang Ngai province has been honoured as national intangible cultural heritage.

    Traditional costumes of the Lu ethnic minority
    Traditional costumes of the Lu ethnic minority
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  27/08/2019 

    The Lu ethnic minority of Lai Chau province have long earned their living by growing cotton, raising silkworms, spinning thread and weaving fabrics.

    Wedding customs of the Ha Nhi ethnic group
    Wedding customs of the Ha Nhi ethnic group
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  26/08/2019 

    Expressing one’s love through music, running away to the beloved’s house, and scaling money on the wedding day are some of the unique wedding customs of the Ha Nhi ethnic people in Muong Te district, Lai Chau province.

    A visit to Tay Dang communal house
    A visit to Tay Dang communal house
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  24/08/2019 

    The Tay Dang communal house was recognized as a special national relic site in late 2013. The structure, with its exceptional architecture, is a museum of 16th century Vietnamese folk arts.

    Vietnam’s 7th full-moon festival
    Vietnam’s 7th full-moon festival
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  19/08/2019 

    Vietnamese people call the 7th full moon festival “Vu Lan bao hieu” (Parents' Day) or “Xa toi vong nhan” (Wandering Soul’s Day).

    Stick puppetry of the Tay
    Stick puppetry of the Tay
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  20/08/2019 

    The Tay often stage stick puppetry at their New Year’s celebration and also at the Going to the Field Festival, a custom that has existed for more than 200 years.

    What you need to know about the 7th full-moon day of the year in Vietnam
    What you need to know about the 7th full-moon day of the year in Vietnam
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  14/08/2019 

    Buddhist followers and Vietnamese families often offer vegetarian meal and burn votive personal belongings and money to feed the destitute spirits or to help wandering souls find their way back home.

    Silver in the life of Thai people
    Silver in the life of Thai people
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  11/08/2019 

    The Thai people living in Vietnam’s northwestern region highly treasure silver. They use and gift silver jewelry and products at important events such as weddings and religious ceremonies.

    Unique indigenous culture in Binh Lieu
    Unique indigenous culture in Binh Lieu
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  13/08/2019 

    As a frontier land in the northeast of the country, Binh Lieu district in Quang Ninh province is home to various ethnic groups with unique cultural identities.

    The last silver engravers in Lao Sa hamlet
    The last silver engravers in Lao Sa hamlet
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  12/08/2019 

    Known to be a home for typical “trinh tuong” (earthen) houses, pristine natural landscape and abundant flowers and fruits all year round, Lao Sa is one of the most beautiful villages of H’Mong people in Ha Giang province. 

    Doi Son pagoda, a Buddhist center in northern Vietnam
    Doi Son pagoda, a Buddhist center in northern Vietnam
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  13/08/2019 

    Doi Son pagoda is a cultural symbol of Ha Nam province and a sacred place in the Red River Delta. It is one of the biggest Buddhist centers in northern Vietnam.

    Indigo clothes of the Tay
    Indigo clothes of the Tay
    YOUR VIETNAMicon  11/08/2019 

    Indigo is a dominant color of clothes of many Vietnamese ethnic groups.

     
     
     
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