"Face Off: The Walking Guest", which is the fourth sequel in the Lat Mat (Face Off) series, tells the story of Vy, a young girl who visits her hometown with herfriends. Back home, Vy learns that her brother suffers from a panic disorder and that her mother has sought a sorcerer’s help to cure him. Vy and her friends are then caught up in some bizarre, terrifying phenomena. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese cinema reels in the accolades in 2019
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"We will be forever indebted to the enormous contribution -- indeed the ultimate sacrifice -- that's been paid as a result of these extraordinary individuals doing a remarkable job, as they have done for years now in New South Wales," he said. … [Read more...] about Australia to probe crash that killed three US firefighters
Hanging the national flag, an indispensable part of Tet celebrations in South Sudan Without fresh peach blossoms, Vietnamese peacekeepers make their own peach branches to ensure a cozy spring in a place with scorching weather An altar worshipping Late President Ho Chi Minh with a tray of fruits, including a green papaya planted by Vietnamese peacekeepers Preparing banana leaves to wrap chung cakes because there are no phrynium leaves in Bentiu. Banana leaves were found and cut in Bentiu Ingredients for a chung cake, including green bean, glutinous rice is brought from Vietnam. Meat is provided by the UN Wrapping chung cakes in a distant country helps the peacekeepers feel closer to Tet in the homeland A warm Tet with comrades around the pot of chung cakes Tet atmosphere in Bentiu First batch of chung cakes brings traditional Tet to Vietnamese peacekeepers … [Read more...] about Special Tet of Vietnamese peacekeepers
An integral part of the family ancestor altar is the mam ngu qua, the fruit tray with five different fruits. For Vietnamese, the mam ngu qua is an intrinsic aspect of Tet, as a presentation of their religious, philosophical and aesthetic beliefs. According to Oriental philosophy, the universe is composed of five basic elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth. Each of the fruit in the Tet fruit tray symbols for one of these elements. As for fruit arrangers, the number of displayed fruits are not important, but the color of the fruits. Mother often chooses five fruits with five different colors. A hand of green bananas was arranged in the middle of the tray, topped by a yellow grapefruit; some orange citrus and purple dragon fruits were arranged around; and interspersed among the green bananas will be the red peppers. … [Read more...] about Tet in a Hanoi family: Out with the old, in with the new
Around two weeks before the celebration, streets in big cities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City or Danang become a hustle and bustle of colorful activities. Every one is busy doing something relating to Tet. Some rush to complete their work before the year-end deadlines, others hurry to wrap things up before coming back to their home towns. … [Read more...] about What to know about Tet holiday in Vietnam?