(Cinet) - When the weather gets cold and wet, it is a perfect time for Muong people to start their favorite bamboo worms collecting.
(Cinet)- A worshiping feast of the Giay always includes cakes made from glutinous rice, rice powder, and puffed rice. These are farm produce that the Giay offer their ancestors when praying to them for good health, luck, and another bumper crop. The cakes are carefully made, representing the respect and feelings of people for their ancestors.
Tet dishes have special significance as they reflect the Vietnamese tradition of each family member expressing their personal progress, happiness and professional prosperity through the tray of dishes.
(Cinet)- For the Vietnamese, Banh Chung (square glutinous rice cake is an ideal way to express gratitude to their ancestors and homeland.
(Cinet)- The Mekong flower festival will introduce four new records for food in a Mekong Delta city, known as the delta region’s largest flower growing area, next month.