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Tết Hàn Thực – The Cold Food Festival in Vietnam

The Cold Food Festival (Tết Hàn Thực) is a festival day on the 3rd day of the 3rd lunar month. “Hàn Thực” means “cold food”. This traditional New Year day appears in some provinces of China, northern Vietnam and some Chinese ethnic communities around the world. On The Cold Food Festival, all family’s members, even …

Discover Hanoi culture thousands of years

Discover Hanoi culture thousands of years

Hanoi has experienced thousands of years of history, but until now, the streets and dishes are still time-stamped. Let’s find out in the following article with madamyenrestaurant.com. Late night beer joints, food stalls spilling out across the street and a peaceful lake for a morning stroll. Hanoi offers an eye–popping introduction to Vietnam. The bustling, …

The meaning of Vietnamese family meal

The meaning of Vietnamese family meal

No matter how far Vietnamese people go, they will always remember family meals. So, what is special about Vietnamese family meals, let Madamyenrestaurant.com find out in the article below. For Vietnamese, the family meal is one of our traditional values, customs, and etiquettes of the ancestors. Since the ancient time, it has become a very …

Street Vendors, Vietnamese culture

Street Vendors, Vietnamese culture

Street vendors can be considered as a Vietnamese culture, you can easily see street vendors in every corner of Vietnam. There are street vendors who travel by bike or on foot, have a place on the street or street corner, have people who own shops and expand their products on the sidewalk. They serve as …

Traditional Vietnamese New Year you already know

Traditional Vietnamese New Year you already know

Vietnamese New Year, also known as Tết is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. Tết celebrates the arrival of spring based on the lunar calendar, which usually has the date fall between the months of January or February. Let’s find out with madamyenrestaurant.com In Vietnam Tết is divided into three periods, known as Tất …

How to use chopsticks in Vietnamese style

How to use chopsticks in Vietnamese style

Using chopsticks to eat is a long tradition in Vietnam and other Asian countries like China, Korea, and Japan. I’ve had many foreign friends and clients having meals with me. And when it comes to using chopsticks for the first time to eat Vietnamese food it always brings us some good laugh, just like when …

Hanoi-Old-Quarter

Hanoi Old Quarter

As the oldest continuously developed area of Vietnam, Hanoi’s Old Quarters has a history that spans 2,000 years and represents the eternal soul of the city. Although the old section of Hanoi is often called the “36 Old streets“, there are more than 36 actual streets. Some researchers believe that the number of 36 came …

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