Gotcha: It's pho. A type of Vietnamese soup, typically made from beef stock and spices to which noodles and thinly sliced beef or chicken are added. That’s how Oxford, the dictionary, puts it. For a word of foreign language to land a place in the English speaking world, it definitely takes more than simple beef stock, spices and thin slices of beef. Pho has its own story and a taste that should be tasted rather than told. Note that the word “pho” is both the name of the soup and the flat rice noodle strings that make its foundation. … [Read more...] about Quiz: Vietnamese noodles, can you disentangle them?
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One needs to be brave and not fearful of hardships to be able to stay in the upland area. A colleague of Nhuong, when visiting the school where Nhuong works, told Nhuong that she would refuse to work there even if she was offered a monthly salary of VND30 million. … [Read more...] about Teacher in remote area honored for dedication to improve educational facilities
In 2015, Huy began working with HCM City Hát Bội Theatre to offer training courses in tuồng for amateur actors and high school and universty students. The courses' teachers are People’s Artist Đinh Bằng Phi and Meritorious Artist Hữu Danh, who has more than three decades of experience. … [Read more...] about New art programme preserves tuồng
HÀ NỘI — A play about the legendary birth of King Lý Công Uẩn (974-1028) who founded the Lý Dynasty and established the country’s capital in Thăng Long (modern-day Hà Nội) will hit the Hà Nội Opera House on September 21-23. … [Read more...] about Play about legendary king to hit Hà Nội Opera House
CINEMA Hanoi- Japanese Film Festival Dec 25 -Jan 22, National Cinema Centre, 87 Lang Ha Street Introducing four Japanese films in different genres such as comedy, family, crime, anime, documentary, musical, and science, including: “Not quite dead yet”, “One Night”, “All Amok” and “Stolen Identity”. … [Read more...] about What’s on January 11-17 (Daily updated)