Vietnamese dishes named among best in Asia

Cha Ca La Vong - Hanoi: Fried fish fillet seasoned with spices. It is served with a dipping sauce of dill and onions. Nhan Dan Online - Ten signature Vietnamese dishes have recently been added to the Asia Book of Records' (ABR) 'Best Food in Asia' list, the Vietnam Book of Records announced on December 19. The ten dishes, specialties of different cities and provinces … [Read more...]

10 more Vietnamese dishes recognized in Asian Records

(Cinet)- 10 more local specialties have honoured "The worth of Asia Cuisine" recognition from the India-based Asian Record Organization. The new specialties include Hanoi's Cha Ca La Vong (fried fish), Hai Duong's Bun ca ro dong (Vermicelli with anabas), Quang Ninh's Cha ca muc Ha Long (fried Ha Long cuttlefish), Quang Nam's Cao lau Hoi An (Hoi An noodles with barbecue pork, … [Read more...]

Hoi An’s Cao Lau named in the “Top Asian cuisine value dishes”

The Asian Record Organization has recognized Hoi An's famous Cao Lau specialty as one of 10 dishes meeting the criteria of "Asian cuisine value".              Hoi An's famous Cao Lau noodle Cao Lau is served with salads of Tra Que 200 -year- old organic vegetable village, thinly-sliced pork slices, fried pork fat and sauce. The noodle is also prepared from water from Ba Le … [Read more...]

Asian Records recognises 10 more Vietnamese dishes

(VOV) - The Asian Records Organisation (ARO) has included ten more Vietnamese culinary specialties in its latest Asian Records listings. Vietnamese dishes recognised by Asian Record Top ten Vietnamese dishes win Asian records Vietnamese dishes seek Asian Records The dishes, all closely tied to specific Vietnamese regions, will now be promoted in mass media throughout the … [Read more...]

Hanoi dishes win Asian Records

Pho (noodle)  (Photo: KK)

A ceremony to receive the Certificate recognizing some Hanoi dishes as Asian Records by the Asian Record Organization will be held on October 8, according to the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. The dishes to be recognized as Asian records include Pho (noodle), Bun Cha (noodle and barbecue pork) and Bun Thang (Thang noodle). Hanoi has actively promoted typical … [Read more...]

Twelve Vietnamese dishes listed on Asian Records

The Vietnam Record Book Center (Vietking) has announced that 12 Vietnamese dishes have been officially recognized as Asian Records by the Asian Record Organization. Mi Quang (Quang noodle) (Photo: SGGP) These 12 popular Vietnamese dishes include Pho ; Bun Cha (noodle and barbecue pork); Bun Thang (Thang noodle); Banh Da Cua Hai Phong (Hai Phong fried crab meat with … [Read more...]

The Week of December 15 – 21

The 17th National External Affairs Conference (VGP) Nhan Dan Online - Japan to provide US$1 billion in ODA for Vietnam, the 17th National External Affairs Conference convenes in Hanoi, and Vietnamese dishes named among best in Asia are among the highlighted events of the past week. 1. Japan to provide US$1 billion in ODA for Vietnam Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe … [Read more...]

Binh Duong Province allocates VND1.3 trillion for housing development

Binh Duong will allocate around VND1.3 trillion for housing development with the vision to 2030 and the amount will be used for building social houses and shelters for workers from far provinces to settle down in the province, said Chairman of province People's Committee Le Thanh Cung yesterday. In the period 2016-2020, the south east province will plan to increase the … [Read more...]

Foreign firms using illegal software

Tran Van Minh, Deputy Chief Inspector of the MoCST Police inspect a company for unlicensed software. - File Photo HA NOI (VNS)- Fourteen out of 16 companies were found to be using unlicensed software during random spot checks conducted in Ha Noi, HCM City, Binh Duong, Long An, Ba Ria Vung Tau and Bac Ninh recently. The value of the unlicensed software was estimated at more … [Read more...]

HCMC’s public hospitals suffer exodus to private sector

Doctors perform a surgery at Vinmec private hospital in Hanoi. Photo credit: Vietnam News Agency The prospects of high salaries and professional independence have drawn the most talented doctors away from public facilities in Ho Chi Minh City. The slow trickle of talent out of the public sector came to a head, last month, with the opening of the private general hospital Xuyen … [Read more...]