“Consumers around the world are increasingly paying attention to the origin, production processes, quality standards, and nutritional content of rice; they no longer consider rice a mere food item. Therefore, there must be greater focus on traceability and hygiene and food safety." … [Read more...] about It’s a no-grainer: Time for Vietnam to create a rice brand
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The building housing the Ao Dai Exhibition features Vietnamese architectural traditions. It is located in a 20,000 square meter garden that has a zen vibe to it. The exhibit opens 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. It charges an entrance fee of VND100,000 ($4.3), but is free for children under 6 and elders over 70. … [Read more...] about Saigon museum dresses the part to tell an ao dai story
Taking full advantage Hai said that restructuring will be one of the key solutions to develop and expand Vietnam’s exports in the near future. Accordingly, businesses will need to diversify their markets to avoid “putting their eggs in one basket” and the use of non-tariff barriers of the target countries, such as technical barriers and anti-dumping rules. … [Read more...] about 2020 targets roused by robust exports
Developed from the critically acclaimed short film "4:30 p.m.", which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013, "Rom" is about a teenage boy named Rom who lives in a slum in Saigon and buys lottery tickets for people in the neighborhood. His aim is to collect enough money to find his parents, who had abandoned him as a child. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese cinema reels in the accolades in 2019
Despite the never-ending debate about maintaining or getting rid of the Lunar New Year or Tet festival in short, it remains one of the most anticipated celebrations of the year among Vietnamese and expats thanks to the beautiful traditional values, singular and meaningful rituals. … [Read more...] about What to know about Tet holiday in Vietnam?