March 31st, 2015


On May 28, Vietnam officially became the first and only country to export dragon fruit to New Zealand when the Official Assurance Program was signed in Hanoi by New Zealand Ambassador to Vietnam Mr. Haike Manning and Director General Nguyen Xuan Hong from the Plant Protection...


March 29th, 2015


Duong Lam, Hanoi. Duong Lam Village is considered the oldest village in North Vietnam with 16th century houses that are very old but still beautiful. Located along the Red River, about 50 kilometers from Hanoi.


March 27th, 2015


Hu tieu My Tho or My Tho rice noodles is a delicacy of My Tho Town in the Mekong Delta Province of Tien Giang that has been a popular meal in South Vietnam for more than a century and listed as one of the Top 100 Dishes of Asia.


March 25th, 2015


16 years ago, a carpenter with nothing but a dream and relentless passion to restore old wooden houses quit his job as a local officer, borrowed money, fixed one disrepaired house, and the rest is wooden house history, or house-tory if you may, so to speak.


March 23rd, 2015


Van Phuc Silk Village is known as the best silk-making industry in Vietnam for producing traditional yet original and beautiful silk products. It creates simple yet artistic silk items like shirts, ties, dresses, crafts and other one-of-a-kind stuff which tourists frequent to and...


March 21st, 2015


When one is in Vietnam, a visit to Mekong Delta is almost always, if not indeed, a part of the itinerary. Mekong Delta represents a significant part of South Vietnamese tradition and being able to witness and experience its beauty is an opportunity one will hold sacred for a...


March 19th, 2015


A former Vietnam refugee has been appointed as South Australia's next governor. Hieu Van Le, currently holding the position of Deputy, will replace Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce on September.



March 17th, 2015


Vietnam will soon appoint a new tourism envoy who will spread facts about its cultural riches to the world, as part of efforts to lure more foreigners to the country.


March 15th, 2015


Can Duoc-Long An is rich in culture and history. It is known for its rice, but perhaps more importantly, for its relics. An architectural work in Long Huu Dong called the Hundred-Column House is one historical and cultural vestige worth visiting.



March 10th, 2015


Banh Chung and Banh Day are traditional, must-have foods every Tet and the prestigious National Geographic has included them in its list of Top 10 Celebration Foods of the World.