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‘Hẻm’- Saigon Alleyways

by Khue Luu @ Wild Tussah

Besides the delicate cuisine, the tangled network of narrow and super-narrow alleys is one of the things we’ve most enjoyed in Vietnam, especially in the country’s biggest city, Saigon. That’s where you’ll be able to take an exploration trip for free, and discover the authentic local lifestyle for yourself; a hands-on experience that no tour could ever offer. What will you find in ‘hẻm’? For...

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1 City, 9 Ways — Things to do in Hanoi, Vietnam for Every Kind of Traveler

by Katie McGrain @ Around the World in KT Days

From the minute you arrive in Hanoi, your senses will explode. The honking horns will fill your ears, while the whizzing motorbikes keep you constantly on your toes. Your mouth and nose will lead you to some of the most delicious corners of the city. It may take a day or so to orient yourself, [...]

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Comparison of islamic and christian philosophers

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

According to the Encarta dictionaries, philosophy can be explained as the branch of knowledge that examines the basic concepts of thoughts and a set of beliefs or aims. Islamic philosophy can be a method of philosophy that deals with the analysis of the framework of Islamic cultures, not necessarily religious issues, while Christian philosophy strictly […]

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5 Must-Eat Foods in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

A walk through Hanoi’s Old Quarter can quite quickly turn into an impromptu food tour thanks to the narrow alleys and bustling streets jam packed with food vendors, each offering up a dazzling variety of local flavors. And in case you didn’t already know, everything tastes better when it comes from a no-frills, hole in […]

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Cheap snacks abound at Vietnamese grocery store in Lincoln

Cheap snacks abound at Vietnamese grocery store in Lincoln


JournalStar.com

Some Americans have fond childhood memories of nibbling on a spoonful of chocolate chip cookie dough.

Travel Tips to Moc Chau

by Vietnam Track @ Vietnam Track

Moc Chau, a big plateau in Son La province 180km from Hanoi, has a shared border with Laos of 40.6km.

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5 Best Streets for Street Food in Saigon

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

Vietnamese street food is so good, it’s made it’s way across the whole world. There isn’t a city you can go to in the world where you won’t find a local take on the ubiquitous pho, or traditional spring rolls. Vietnam’s southern city, Saigon, is home to some of the country’s most delicious street eats; […]

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Banh Mi in Saigon

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

I just returned from an intensive eating vacation that meandered through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. One of the highlights, without a doubt, were the delicious banh mi sandwiches we ate in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). To call them simply Vietnamese subs would be an insult. They begin with the greatest French bread – much […]

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VIETNAMESE STYLE RICE PAPER ROLLS - Buderim Ginger

VIETNAMESE STYLE RICE PAPER ROLLS - Buderim Ginger


Buderim Ginger

These unique and fresh Vietnamese Style Rice Paper Rolls are completely different to any you'll have tried previously. Vegetarian friendly and full of flavour with a subtle twist featuring ginger marmalade!

All Things You Need To Know About Cao Bang

by Linh Dang @ Vietnam Track

Today, Vietnam Track Team will introduce you a well-known attractive travel destination – a place far away from hustle metropolitan

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New Step by Step Roadmap for Methodology Dissertation

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

The Little-Known Secrets to Methodology Dissertation With help, you’re going to be in a position to write more efficiently and to a greater quality. The usage of action research for a foundation for your work together will make a big difference in the groups capacity to move forward quickly. That means you ought to take […]

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Thang Co – Unique Food In Sapa

by Trang Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

Located in Vietnam’s northwestern remote mountains, Sapa is famous for not only its stunning hidden landscapes but its wide variety

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Back Into the Quagmire

Back Into the Quagmire

by Fred Kaplan @ Slate Articles

As the Trump administration escalates America’s military involvement in Afghanistan and Syria, one wonders what happened to the Donald Trump who decried the former war as a “total disaster” and bellowed over and over “It’s time to come home”—and who pledged to do nothing in the latter war but “bomb the shit out of ISIS.”

Yet Trump is sending more troops to Afghanistan (the longest war in U.S. history) and broadening our mission in Syria (arguably the most complex conflict we’ve ever sleepwalked into).

What happened to Trump is that, however stubborn and overconfident he’s been on most matters he’s sounded off about (health care, climate change, immigration, protectionism), when it comes to the use of military force, he has deferred to his inner circle of generals.

In some ways, this has proved fortunate. Secretary of Defense James Mattis, a retired four-star Marine general, persuaded Trump, at least so far, not to resume the torture of suspected terrorists. Mattis and national security adviser H.R. McMaster, an active-duty three-star Army general, persuaded him—at least so far—not to rip up the Iran nuclear deal. Several senior officers in the Pentagon have briefed Trump, as they had briefed his predecessors, on the extreme risks of bombing North Korea.

But when it comes to Afghanistan (where both generals served time in uniform) and Syria (which involves Iran, which both consider the enemy), Mattis and McMaster are deeply committed to the cause—if not necessarily to winning, then certainly to avoid defeat. And so they did everything they could to convince Trump to pour in more weapons and troops, and Trump at last gave in.

In a televised speech in August, Trump said, “My original instinct was to pull out—and historically, I like following my instincts. But all my life I’ve heard that decisions are much different when you sit behind the desk in the Oval Office.” So, after “many meetings, over many months,” with “my Cabinet and generals,” he decided “to complete our strategy”—not just to refrain from pulling out but to pour in more troops and weapons.

Here was one time where Trump might have been wiser to follow his instincts—or at least to bring in a wider array of advisers, including some who could inform his instincts with facts and figures about all the many past assurances of victory’s imminence. But there were—and still are—no such experts on his team.

The “new strategy” that Trump articulated in the half-hour speech wasn’t so different from previous strategies. Even so, he concluded that, though he’d been dealt a bad hand, “one way or another, these problems will be solved—I’m a problem solver—and, in the end, we will win.”

He didn’t define “win” (nobody has, really, in the 16 years we’ve been fighting this war), but he seemed to suggest that he would do what it takes, and succeed, because he’d solved problems in his prior life as a real-estate tycoon—as if restoring peace and stability to one of the world’s most war-torn countries was on the same order of complexity as wrangling a permit from the New York City Department of Buildings.

President Obama left office with 8,400 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, down from a peak of 100,000. Under Trump, the number has risen to 15,000, with another 1,000 set to arrive this spring.

Fewer Americans have died there in the past few years, because they are serving more as advisers than as soldiers engaging in combat. But advisers get trapped in firefights, and, more to the point, the Afghan soldiers they’re advising haven’t made much progress in the fight. A case in point is the Taliban’s 14-hour siege this week of the Intercontinental Hotel in the capital, Kabul, killing 22 people. On another front, American pilots have stepped up the bombing of opium fields—a source of income for the Taliban—but the production of poppy last year nearly doubled.

In short, there is no end to the war in sight.

Syria is a different story, but no more hopeful. Early in his term, Trump eased up on the restrictions that Obama had placed on bombing in civilian areas, instead letting the commanders in the field set the rules of engagement. This may have accelerated the defeat of ISIS in the field and the collapse of its caliphate, but it has so far had little impact on the jihadis’ activities worldwide—and it has intensified the underlying conflicts in Syria.

The key fact about these conflicts is this: The United States is the only combatant in the country that views ISIS as the main threat and the destruction of ISIS as the main mission. All the other countries and factions view the threat of ISIS as secondary at best. Their main threats stem, instead, from long-simmering sectarian rivalries (mainly Sunni versus Shia) or territorial disputes (leftovers from the arbitrary borders set by European colonialists at the end of World War I). As a result, the local powers have played the United States, promising or pretending to join the fight against ISIS as long as we’ve helped them go after their main threats—i.e., as long as we help them pursue their vital interests. The problem is that the interests of some of these actors conflict with the interests of others. We can’t help them all without alienating some. As ISIS nears defeat, these deeper conflicts, which we’ve tried to finesse or submerge, rise uncomfortably to the fore.

And so we now stand by as Turkey, our NATO ally, wages a brutal fight against the Syrian Kurds, who have been our most reliable ally in the war on ISIS—a war, by the way, that isn’t entirely over. The U.S. commanders on the ground, who have been given such wide authority since Trump came to office, openly praise the Kurds. Meanwhile, White House officials, who are trying to patch relations with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have noted that Turkey is our “ally” while the Kurds are merely our “partner” in a narrow combat operation, and allies trump partners. The Pentagon, which relies on Turkish air bases for NATO and counter-ISIS operations but has also been aiding the Kurds, released a statement trying to straddle both positions.

These tensions were bound to erupt as the fight against ISIS wound down. The Obama administration was taking steps (who knows how effective they would have been?) to anticipate the imbroglio. The Trump administration never did, in part because the top officials never set the priorities of a political-military strategy—in other words, never worked out a position on what the United States wanted to accomplish in Syria

And now the administration is digging in deeper. In a speech last week at Stanford University, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States “must maintain a military presence” in Syria in order to accomplish five goals: an “enduring defeat” of ISIS and al-Qaida, the ouster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad through a “UN-led political process,” the diminishing of Iranian influence; the return of Syrian refugees; and the removal of all weapons of mass destruction.

These are all worthy goals, but it’s not at all clear how a U.S. military presence can accomplish them. Probably they can’t be accomplished without this presence, but the presence has to be tied to a strategy—and a strategy requires more than the mere recitation of worthy goals. It also requires the articulation of interests, the amassing of resources, the planning and execution of a policy—and, given that we have little leverage in Syria, it also requires compromise and coordination with other countries and militias. But which ones? Can we do all this without help from some combination of Russia, Iran, Turkey, the Kurds, and some indigenous forces within Syria—or perhaps all of them?

The problem is that the answer might be no. During the Obama administration, Secretary of State John Kerry assembled a diplomatic conference in Vienna comprised of 21 countries with an interest in the conflict. But they couldn’t get beyond a list of vague of principles, and, since then, the fissures have widened, our leverage has weakened, Assad’s grip on power has tightened, and the Iranian-backed militias that support him aren’t leaving anytime soon. Not even the WMDs are gone. In April, Trump fired 59 cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase to punish Assad for using chemical weapons against his own people. Trump (and some others) thought that did the trick. But just this week, Assad reportedly unleashed chemicals again.

We’ve seen this movie before. We send troops or drop bombs for what some think (and, in some cases, what might actually be) a good cause; the problem only worsens, so we send or drop more, devise a new strategy, then another new strategy (which, after a while, resembles one of the old strategies), and then just stay there, spiraling the violence upward, achieving occasional tactical triumphs but no strategic breakthroughs.

This is where Trump is at with these endless wars that he wanted no part of and berated his predecessor for dropping in his lap. But neither he nor his advisers have the slightest idea how to break through the stasis or pull out without exacerbating the chaos. Not to draw comparisons with Vietnam, which was a far deadlier and more thoroughly senseless war, but Trump is finding himself bogged down in the very definition of a quagmire.

Top 5 popular rice dishes in Vietnam

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

Of course rice is the most popular food by far in Vietnam and is eaten everyday by the majority of the population, so suffice it to say the number of rice dishes in Vietnam are nearly uncountable. However the list below should give you a pretty good idea of the variety and creativity that the […]

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5 Must Eat Vietnamese Street Food Snacks You Don't Want To Miss On Your Trip To Saigon

5 Must Eat Vietnamese Street Food Snacks You Don't Want To Miss On Your Trip To Saigon


Back of the Bike Tours

The little brother of the infamous Vietnamese Spring Roll a.k.a Goi Cuon, Bo Bia is one of the easiest snacks to find when walking down the street of Ho Chi Minh City. This spring roll packs a unique punch of flavor and texture in comparison.

Vietnamese snacks: dâu tây

Vietnamese snacks: dâu tây

by eatingmodern @ Vietnamese snacks – eatingmodern

Those candies are some kind of fruit confits (candied fruits) from Vietnam. Here it is strawberry. Due to the climate, strawberries can only be seen in a few places in Vietnam, for instance: Da Lat. Those candied fruits are a specialty from Da Lat and Vietnamese people are always asking their friends, colleagues or family […]

The best breakfasts in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

If you’re like us and got the Vietnamese habit of waking up with the sun and a cup of cà phê sữa đá, you probably have already your favorite Phở or Bánh Mì joint that will help you start the day in ease. For most...

Vietnamese Rice Paper Snacks – Are You Sure You Know The Differences?

Vietnamese Rice Paper Snacks – Are You Sure You Know The Differences?


The Christina's Blog

Can't tell the difference between all the types of Vietnamese rice paper snacks? Then this article is for you! Bonus: Addresses to the best stalls included!

Top 5 most popular fruits in Vietnam

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

One thing that Vietnam has to offer is fruit. This is very nearly the perfect place to grow fruit with the abundant sunlight and moist, tropical air, it’s a fruit growers paradise. All the tropical fruits are found here, and many fruits that are only found in South East Asia as well. There are even […]

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Conquering Mount Fansipan the Right Way (Tallest Mountain in Vietnam)

by Anna Suszynski @ The Christina's Blog

Mount Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula, located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. It was once only visited by adventure seekers fit enough to make the strenuous hike, but now this mountain offers a few different experiences for all types of travelers. Regardless of the new tram that brings […]

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5 Steps to make Passion Ice-cream (Kem Chanh Dây)

by admin @ Vietnamese snacks – Vietnameses Food Recipes

For those who have not heard of Quảng Bình province, you might want to book a tour here as there are magnificent caves, beautiful Nhat Le Beach and lots of delicious dishes in which it will make your trip be unforgettable. In this article, we hope that our Best Vietnamese Food in this place can be well introduced and inspire for your future visit.

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Crêpes Suzette: Quite a French Fancy

Crêpes Suzette: Quite a French Fancy

by backpackerlee @ backpackerlee

Many people consider Crêpes Suzette to be the Queen of Retro Desserts, such is its longevity and popularity. It is a dessert that has stood the test of time and is just as much about preparation as it is about taste. Crêpes Suzette was first introduced to the world by the French, back in the late […]

Snack Attack: Vietnam’s Best Street Food

Snack Attack: Vietnam’s Best Street Food


backpackerlee

Since my Vietnamese escapades in Hanoi, Saigon, Da Nang, Hue, and Hoi An, I have learned to appreciate what this mysterious and often-French-inspired cuisine has to offer – and there’s …

5 Must Try Cambodian Snacks

5 Must Try Cambodian Snacks


Vespa Adventures

Though some Cambodia's snacks may catch you off guard, they are well worth the taste! I have offered a short list of my favorite Khmer delicacies. Enjoy!

8 Delicious Korean Desserts That Will Leave A ‘Sweet’ Trail On Your Tongue

by Sharnab Neogi @ Flavorverse

Desserts from Korea are always known for their world-class taste and vibrant, colorful appeal – Korean rice cakes, candies, pastries, cookies, pancakes are only to name a few. They are not just old and traditional, but also equally satisfying, and you wouldn’t understand unless you get acquainted to a few of these. Now, here’s a list […]

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Obscure characters become snacks in Doraemon-crazy Vietnam

Obscure characters become snacks in Doraemon-crazy Vietnam


SoraNews24

Japanese netizens are puzzled by Vietnamese convenience stores using increasingly minor characters from Doraemon for their popular steamed buns.

Vietnamese Food: The Ultimate Food Guide

Vietnamese Food: The Ultimate Food Guide


Travel + Leisure

“An com chua?”If you’re going to understand Vietnam and the Vietnamese, this three-word phrase is key. A friendly greeting exchanged throughout the day, it poses a seemingly mundane question: “Have...

Spending Christmas in Saigon, Vietnam

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

Christmas is nearly a month away, and can be trully a magical time in Vietnam (minus the snow). If you decided to spend our favorite holiday in the South of Vietnam, make sure to check out our video on what Xmas is really like like...

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Vietnamese food is an insanely delicious cuisine. Here are 25 Vietnamese dishes you need to try, and restaurants to eat them in Saigon.

A Great Surprise With Mixture Coconut and Kumquat Juice

by admin @ Vietnamese snacks – Vietnameses Food Recipes

I will make you has a great surprise  with Mixture Coconut and Kumquat Juice (Hỗn Hợp Nước Dừa Quất) which came from many stunning Vietnamese Che Recipes . Let’s try ! Mixture Coconut and Kumquat Juice Recipe (Hỗn Hợp Nước Dừa Quất) Now, let us discover the way why we should make one of amazing Vietnamese Dessert Recipes […]

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Viet snacks: Pate

Viet snacks: Pate

by eatingmodern @ Vietnamese snacks – eatingmodern

Hey everyone! I am currently in Singapore (arrived last Saturday) and I am coming back to Paris tonight. I have been awarded with the Super Sweet Blogger Award but had not time to speak about it yet (I had prepared all my posts before leaving). I’ll probably write something about it tomorrow from my home. […]

Vietnamese Street Food: A way of Life for Millions

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

Vietnamese street food is famous throughout the world, here in Vietnam it is simply a way of life. The vast majority of the indigenous population eat on the streets every day. In recent years government intervention has resulted in higher hygiene standards and a general improvement in the way the food is presented. Generally speaking […]

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Discovering Sapa: A Comprehensive Guide to Visiting Vietnam’s Northern Hill Station

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Sapa is famous for its beautiful landscapes full of verdant rice paddies, rolling hills, Vietnam’s highest mountain, and hidden trails in overgrown valleys. While the idea of coming here for a trek far off from the noise and pollution of the big cities inspires wanderlust, organizing it all can be a bit daunting, especially for […]

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LittleMousyCanCook

by noreply@blogger.com (Nhung Duong) @ Vietnamese traditional food blog

As a truly food lover, I have an intense passion for cooking. My aspiration is to bring cooking lovers together to share experience, recipe and valuable techniques. Food is not about a physical thing but it relates to the spiritual world where we seek for absolute satisfaction and enjoyment. For me, to cook a delicious dish is to conquer a summit of achievement and perfection.


Little Mousy Can Cook is where I introduce you my favorite dishes from all over the world, especially Vietnamese cuisine, together with some techniques that I have learned and collected from experience and other sources. This page may also act as a guide book for any foreigners who wish to visit interesting places and enjoy Vietnamese specialties. Hope you like and support me by giving comments for my every post. Thanks in advance!

Getting Around in Hue, Vietnam

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Hue is the famous Imperial city of Central Vietnam, the throne of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Old and tranquil, Hue is frozen in time, standing amongst the remnants of a once glorious Asian empire. Because of this, getting around Hue is intriguing with many options available, and sights to see. A major […]

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[Review] – Two Day Trip To Tay Ninh

by Kazuki Nishioka @ Vietnam Track

Hello everyone, and Happy New Year 2018! On January 13th and 14th, we had an exciting and memorable two-day trip

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7 Vietnamese Markets in Hanoi You Should Not Miss

by Katie McGrain @ Around the World in KT Days

An exploration of a local market gives you a tiny glimpse into life in Vietnam, and the markets of Hanoi are no exception. Discover the tourist centric Hanoi Night Market, where you will find your typical souvenirs and trinkets. And don’t miss the intimate neighborhood markets where you will experience the vibrant Vietnamese community. Most [...]

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The Unadvertised Details Regarding Examples of Undergraduate Dissertations That Most People Aren’t Aware Of

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

It’s only normal to be anxious about hiring an internet essay writer as you can’t ever be sure whether you are employing the ideal service or not. It’s simple to usually seek the help of us, Write my assignment for me and we’ll finish the work within your lawsuit! You will also develop an assortment […]

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Vietnamese snacks: Banh Bao

Vietnamese snacks: Banh Bao

by eatingmodern @ Vietnamese snacks – eatingmodern

The Ban Bao is a stuffed Vietnamese dim sum or brioche made with rice flour. It is stuffed with sausage, oignons, a quail’s egg, and a hard boiled chicken’s egg yolk. The recipe can change regarding the seller. You can find it everywhere on the street, but you may prefer to choose a “specialist” rather […]

Young & Hungry: Vietnamese Snacks on Argyle

Young & Hungry: Vietnamese Snacks on Argyle


Steve Dolinsky

Today I'm turning over this space to all-star intern Samantha Rollins, a student at Northwestern. Her mission: to seek affordable, delicious eats, without

The Chronicles of Essay Writing about Customer Service

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

Ms. Kikibruce, do not give them with the paper whenever they do not say thank you. Often students attempt to steer clear of essay writing in their regular study program. Generally, the students buy term paper since they believe that it is tough to overcome the anxiety of writing a paper in an evening. Thinking […]

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5 Vietnamese low-carb snacks for you, successful low-carb locals guaranteed - Living Local

5 Vietnamese low-carb snacks for you, successful low-carb locals guaranteed - Living Local


Living Local

Vietnam is blessed by Mother Nature with tropical weather, thus, it has a wide variety of tropical fruits. Some kinds of fruit are juicy, crispy but somewhat sour so what? Creative farmers created many ways to enhance flavors, caramelize or even sweeten fruit to make mouth-watering delicate snacks yet healthy and delicious. An ultimate guide for […]

Top 8 Afghan Foods That Will Keep You Smell Your Fingers All Day

by Sharnab Neogi @ Flavorverse

The Afghan cuisine is known for its aromatic and flavorful dishes, and many people from around the world travel to Afghanistan exclusively to get a taste of it. Here you will get acquainted with a few of the iconic Afghan dishes including baked items, fast food, main course items, and desserts, along with their regional […]

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Longan Fruit Crackers

by Miamivores @ vietnamese snacks – foodgawker

Longan Fruit Crackers, a snack that is easy to make and is so tasty. This can be your next party treat!

6 Must-Try Dishes When in Vietnam & Cambodia | World Expeditions

6 Must-Try Dishes When in Vietnam & Cambodia | World Expeditions


World Expeditions

When on a cycling holiday in Cambodia and Vietnam, these are the 6 Asian snacks you certainly must try. What to think of BBQ bananas, frogs and spiders...?

Vietnamese

Vietnamese


BBC Good Food

Fresh salads, rice dishes and noodle soups are the order of the day when it comes to the vibrant cuisine of Southeast Asia.

Exploring the Addictive Appeal of Sticky-Rice Desserts and Snacks

Exploring the Addictive Appeal of Sticky-Rice Desserts and Snacks


The Stranger

Sometimes I dream about sitting in a big tub of rice pudding. It just seems like a nice thing to do. I imagine the milk or coconut milk would have a calming, moisturizing effect on the skin, and I like the idea of spa and sustenance all in one place. Whenever I get hungry, I could just lean down and take a little nibble around my elbow. Everyone has a secret food dream. Mine is...

Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls Recipe

Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls Recipe


Allrecipes

With fresh vegetables wrapped in rice paper, these Vietnamese spring rolls are a refreshing appetizer for an Asian-inspired meal.

20 Vietnamese Foods You Really Should Be Trying

20 Vietnamese Foods You Really Should Be Trying


BuzzFeed Community

You may know PHO but you don't know genuine Viet food until you've tried some of these!

Vietnam Track Looking For Local Supporters

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

[English below] Là một người con sinh sống trên mảnh đất Việt Nam đã nhiều năm, bạn đã đi và

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Moc Chau Plum Flowers Season: White Heaven On Earth

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

Like a painting with pure white theme, plum flowers in Moc Chau are making many people trembling with excitement. Do

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Top 5 Seafood dishes to try in Vietnam

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

We always recommend travelers in Vietnam to definitely try what the locals call “ốc”, which literally means “snails”, though its meaning is actually going out and enjoying seafood, including crabs, shrimps, oyster and yes, snails. However these ốc restaurants usually have only a 5 to 10...

The Art of Marinating Lotus Tea at the West Lake

by Linh Dang @ Vietnam Track

  If the land of East Asia is famous for tea ceremony around the world, there is also a tea

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Get Off the Beaten Track in Hue, Vietnam

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

Located on the bank of Perfume River, this city is the capital of Thua Thien Hue province, 700 kilometers to the south of Hanoi. Although you can visit Hue at any time of the year, the most charming season is surely from March to August, especially March through April when the temperature is at its […]

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7 Croatian Foods That Will Surely Captivate Your Olfactory

by Jay @ Flavorverse

The cuisine of Croatia is quite out-of-the-mainstream when compared to many other food cultures of the world. With unique ingredients being used, especially the meat varieties (like rabbit or octopus, to name a few), the cuisine has a style of its own. The tasty traditional breakfasts, main-course meals, desserts, sweets, appetizers, confectionaries, barbecues – all […]

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Pho Bar

by Adele Wong @ Vietnamese Snacks – The Loop HK

No-Nonsense Noodles: Pho Bar is exactly as advertised — it’s a place where you go exclusively for your Vietnamese noodle fix, because why the pho not? Look & Feel: A long and narrow space consisting of an L-shaped bar and a few seats at the back, Pho Bar’s highlights are bright green accents and geometric motifs (read: pointy furniture). […]

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10 Best Vietnamese Food - What to Eat in Vietnam

10 Best Vietnamese Food - What to Eat in Vietnam


vietnam-guide.com

Vietnamese food is known to be both healthy and robust in flavour, thanks its generous combination of fresh herbs and greens, paired with rice, noodles, seafood, pork and beef. While many cities such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City offer plenty of fine-dining venues and five-star

Heading up the Saigon SkyDeck

Heading up the Saigon SkyDeck

by backpackerlee @ backpackerlee

Sometimes southern Vietnam can get a little steamy – Saigon in particular – and heading up high to beat the crowds and look down on the masses can be a nice way to get a bit of ‘me time’. Luckily, Saigon has the Bitexco Financial Tower, a very modern skyscraper, that was opened in the […]

WEB DESIGN SERVICES LAS VEGAS Related Articles

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

Quality website content is integral to your website development, providing substance and creating interest. The increasing need for responsive design on cellular devices, the go up of social multimedia, the adoption of online shopping and e-commerce, cloud processing, and handled services (e.g. online banking) have all spurred demand for skilled and trained web development specialists. […]

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8 Street Snacks You Need to Eat in Hanoi

8 Street Snacks You Need to Eat in Hanoi


Around the World in KT Days

Eating the street food in Hanoi is where you want to spend you time. These 7 dishes are the perfect things to eat when you need a little pick me up!

19 Delightfully Delicious Vietnamese Desserts to Gorge on - Flavorverse

19 Delightfully Delicious Vietnamese Desserts to Gorge on - Flavorverse


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Vietnamese desserts stand out amongst most other sweet dishes worldwide because of the unique, out-of-the-box ingredients added in preparing them. Those having a sweet tooth along with the desire to explore a variety of delicacies would find extreme delight in trying out the Che, a traditional name for any pudding, dessert soup and beverage in …

Top 5 Children Activities in Saigon, Vietnam!

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

We’re quite proud to say that we had our tours customers aged from 1 to 95 years old, and they all enjoyed it! Though parents are often quite scared to let their children on a motorbike in busy Saigon, we believe that is also a...

Top Places to Eat Bun Cha in Hanoi

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

It’s the go-to lunch for many Hanoians, worth braving the stifling humidity, the hazardous road crossing, and definitely worth fighting for space on a little plastic stool. Bun Cha has become synonymous with Hanoi gastronomy culture, even more so since former U.S. President Barrack Obama was famously pictured chowing down on a bowl of his […]

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Interesting Stories Behind The 130-Year-Old Cha Ca La Vong Restaurant

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One of the very special dish of  Vietnam is ‘chả’, something only unique to Vietnam that no one can find

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History Of The Vietnamese Costume ‘Áo Dài’

by Wild Tussah @ Wild Tussah

“Áo Dài’ (pronounced ‘ow yai’) is the traditional costume of Vietnam, and has been developed over the country’s long historical past. ‘Áo Dài’ in the 18th-19th century The Vietnamese Ao Dai history began in 1744, when Southern Lord Nguyen Phuc Khoat decreed a front-buttoned gown and trouser to be worn in his reign. The garment borrowed the general style of the Cham people, who were...

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Bien Hoa Ceramics – Clay of thoughts

by Wild Tussah @ Wild Tussah

As the pottery-making tradition in Bien Hoa, Vietnam is so beautiful and unique, we’d love to bring you another insightful view from a local ceramist‘s perspective. His name is Dinh Cong Viet Khoi – a ceramics lover and professor. He has been making ceramics and teaching this skill to thousands of people, for almost 20 years. Here are his own thoughts, translated by Wild Tussah....

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Enjoy Vietnamese Bar Snacks at Toronto’s Funky Pinky’s Ca Phe

Enjoy Vietnamese Bar Snacks at Toronto’s Funky Pinky’s Ca Phe


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Walking along College Street you’d never know one of Toronto’s buzzy new restaurants is but a stones throw away from the hustle and bustle of Little Italy. Pinky’s Ca Phe, a Vietn…

Fraud, Deceptions, and Downright Lies About Examples of Dissertation Proposals Exposed

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

The Basics of Examples of Dissertation Proposals In reality, you use the word References at the peak of the page before you commence listing your sources. To start with, such proposals do not own a title page and page numbers at the peak of the webpage and the bibliography page should follow MLA guidelines. You […]

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How to make gracilaria flan

by admin @ Vietnamese snacks – Vietnameses Food Recipes

In the dog days of summer, we do not often think about eating cakes. Thus, sometimes, we miss a delicious kind of cakes, which is gracilaria flan. In the world of Vietnamese dessert recipes, there is a wide range of recipes for you to learn and note down in your thin kitchen recipe book from […]

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The 10 Most Delightful Popular Vietnamese Desserts to Indulge In

The 10 Most Delightful Popular Vietnamese Desserts to Indulge In


Authentic Food Quest

Vietnam has an endless list of desserts. Here are the favorites Chè, Banh and other delicious popular Vietnamese desserts and where to have them in Vietnam.

5 Best places to buy beer in Saigon

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

One of the great things about Saigon is that it’s got lots of great places to drink beer. Drinking beer is almost as much a part of the culture here as drinking coffee. In fact you could almost say that the woman here like drinking coffee and then men like drinking beer. It really is […]

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A Thrilling Hai Van Pass Adventure With Onetrip

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Vietnam is a fabulous country that sings harmonies of the wild jungle and the people that venture through it. That is a destination that you must visit at least once in your life if you seek adventure. One of the most desired places to stay in Vietnam for both foreigners and locals alike is Da […]

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Tour San Jose's Vietnamese Food Scene | MOFAD City

Tour San Jose's Vietnamese Food Scene | MOFAD City


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Snack shops, comfort food, and a noodle soup empire

Two Days in Hanoi – How to Make the Most of It

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Small alleys crammed with food stalls, delicious smells filling the air of the quaint Old Town streets and imposing monuments honoring Vietnam’s rich and turbulent history— all that and more is Hanoi. If you are planning a short trip here and want to see all the main attractions, this two-day itinerary of the capital is […]

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Vietnamese Cafe in Pilsen Offers All-Day Dining, Drinking

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Many Vietnamese restaurants in Chicago are on Argyle Street in the Uptown neighborhood, but Cà Phê Dá in Pilsen offers Vietnamese food served at a slightly higher level. The owners of Haisous on 18th Street opened the tiny coffee shop next door, where the pastries and sandwiches are truly remarkable.

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5 Street snacks in Sai gon - Vietnam Street Food Guide

5 Street snacks in Sai gon - Vietnam Street Food Guide


Vietnam Street Food Guide

In Saigon there are many type of snacks that you can eat, but these snacks are some of the tastiest and most popular. They can be bought nearly anywhere in the city where street food is sold, and they will always go down easy with some Vietnamese ice tea or a caffe sua da. So …

A Foodie’s Guide to Hue, Vietnam

by Sue Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Come to Hue and Eat like a Local Hue City is the old capital of Vietnam. Despite its location – next to Da Nang – the new economic center, Hue is calm and peaceful in a unique way. If you want to have a truly relaxing travel experience, Hue is definitely the city you must […]

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Vietnamese snacks: exotic fruits

Vietnamese snacks: exotic fruits

by eatingmodern @ Vietnamese snacks – eatingmodern

Today I will tell you more about the kind of fruits we can find in Vietnam. Because of the low variations of temperature, I think that there is not a huge diversity of fruits compared to Europe. Of course, it is also because we import a lot. You can find here pineapples, mangoes (fun story […]

The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

If you are following us on our YouTube Channel (and you should!) you probably would have watched all of our top 5 already. Our goal as always is to provide travelers with the best spots, according to us, for various Vietnamese street food or activities here...

Banana- King of Vietnamese Street Desserts

by Khue Luu @ Wild Tussah

Banana is a nutritious tropical fruit with a lot of health benefits, therefore the Vietnamese incorporate them into a lot of recipes. Here’s a list of some very popular desserts that are made from bananas, that people often enjoy in Vietnam. Bánh Chuối Nướng (Baked Banana Cake) Price: 10,000 VND/cake (~0.45 USD) This banana cake is super delicious! Not only does it produce a wonderful...

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Case Research of Dabur India Limited Marketing Essay

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

Case Research of Dabur India Limited Marketing Essay Introduction: Dabur India Small is a leading Indian consumer goods organization with interests in Hair Care, Oral Care, Health Care, Skin Care, Home Care and Foods. From its humble beginnings in the by lanes of Calcutta way back in 1884 as an Ayurvedic medicines business, Dabur India […]

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5 best buffet restaurants in Hanoi

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

One of the most popular restaurants in Vietnam is the buffet. A restaurant where you can go and choose from a variety of food all laid out on different tables. You can eat as much as you want and there is usually quite a lot of food to choose from. There are different buffets, seafood […]

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Vietnamese spend US$354m on snacks

Vietnamese spend US$354m on snacks


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Vietnamese people spend US$354m on snacks in 2017, according to the market research company Statista.

The Best Homestays in Sapa (For An Authentic & Personal Experience)

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

H’mong, Dao, and Giay people speaking English more fluently than Vietnamese, tremendous natural vistas right outside your balcony, an early morning chill with clouds hovering over the mountains, this and more is what you should expect from Sapa! Located on the northern border of Vietnam, Sapa is the only region of the country that has […]

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The Best Lunch Foods in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

What to eat for Lunch in Ho Chi Minh City a.k.a Saigon? Entering the world of Vietnamese food can be a daunting task for a beginner out there on their own. What is it? Where is it? Is it the best? These are the questions...

Vietnamese School Snacks - Vietnam Track

Vietnamese School Snacks - Vietnam Track


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       You may have known, and even tasted some popular Vietnamese cuisines like Pho, Banh Xeo, Bun Cha, Hu tieu, etc.

The Democrats Are Losers

The Democrats Are Losers

by Osita Nwanevu @ Slate Articles

About one year ago, an estimated 4.2 million people participated in the Women’s March, which is thought to have been the largest demonstration in American history—several times larger than the massive protests of the Vietnam War Moratorium of 1969. By the end of 2017, thousands of anti-Trump protests across the country brought a total of between 5.2 million and 8 million people to the streets. This past weekend’s marches again brought out hundreds of thousands of participants. These protests are only the most visible manifestations of broad and seething discontent with our president and those advancing his agenda in Washington, discontent that has also encouraged tens of thousands of people to consider running for office and prompted hundreds of thousands of phone calls to Congress last year from those hoping to defeat the repeal of Obamacare, one of the key items on the president’s legislative agenda.

Through all of this, the Democratic Party has exhibited little of the confidence and daring one would expect from a party on the right side of what may well be an unprecedented movement in the history of American politics. Monday was no different. “After several discussions, offers, counteroffers, the Republican leader and I have come to an arrangement,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the ranking Democrat in Washington, announced this morning. “We will vote today to reopen the government to continue negotiating a global agreement with the commitment that if an agreement isn’t reached by February the 8th, the Senate will immediately proceed to consideration of legislation dealing with DACA.”

So ended, in Schumer’s words, the “Trump shutdown.” This moniker is a not insignificant bit of obfuscation on the Democrats’ part. It is of course true, as Schumer and others have said over and over again, that the Republican Party has the presidency, the House, and the Senate, making the shutdown the first to occur with ostensible one-party control of government. It is also true that moving forward on a funding bill required 60 votes in the Senate that the Republican Party did not have, even with the support of vulnerable shutdown-wary Democrats. The vast majority of Senate Democrats, who did not lend them that support, are responsible for the shutdown. Those Democrats have spent the past three days blaming it on Republican procedural incompetence rather than making a straightforward, honest case to the American people that the shutdown’s true purpose—securing a DACA deal—was worth it. “It’s the president’s and congressional Republicans’ responsibility to govern,” Schumer said in a speech Saturday. “It’s their responsibility to keep the doors open and the lights on around here.” The word for this is cowardice.

Luckily for Democrats, polls repeatedly showed that the American people backed their framing. A Public Policy Polling/Center for American Progress poll released Sunday found that 52 percent of Americans blamed President Trump and Republicans for the shutdown. It also found that 58 percent of Americans wanted to include Dreamers as part of a package deal to reopen the government. Forty-two percent of Americans, the poll says, would have strongly supported this.

The deal Democrats agreed to instead amounted to not much more than they were offered by the Republicans immediately before the shutdown: an extension of government funds until Feb. 8, a six-year extension of the needlessly beleaguered CHIP program, and a pinky promise from Mitch McConnell that a vote on a DACA fix will be held before the latest round of government funding expires. That assurance from McConnell was evidently solid enough to win over Democrats who, exactly a year ago, were moaning endlessly about his theft of Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court seat. Even assuming clean, pure, and virginal intent on McConnell’s part, it is not at all certain that the House will even take up a DACA fix not attached to a must-pass spending bill. This was, really, the point of the shutdown, which, after just three days of dithering from Democrats and nauseating lectures from Republicans about the harms of “manufactured” crises, is already over.

There may well be another shutdown in the coming weeks. But an opportunity was blown Monday. In 2013, the last shutdown, triggered by Republicans demanding the delayed implementation of Obamacare and spending cuts, lasted over two weeks. Since 1990, shutdowns have lasted, on average, 11 days. What might a competent party have done with that time? The shutdown was perhaps the first action by congressional Democrats that can properly be called “resistance.” In an act more significant than simply voting against nominees or bills in routine procedure, they briefly called government under this deeply, widely, and justifiably reviled administration to a halt. They could have, over the course of two weeks or so, taken a moral stand for a moral immigration policy—pushing until the bitter end for a clean DACA solution and proclaiming, with high rhetoric and theater, that all of our nation’s immigrants are worth fighting for. Substantively, this intransigence might have extracted concessions. Or it might not have. Either way, the Democrats would have both lifted the morale of the DACA enrollees who’ve been kicked around by this process and galvanized an activist base eager to see its representatives match their outrage and energy.

Then again, it’s plausible that a drawn-out showdown would have been purely depressing—treating us to more indignities like Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez, perhaps the most outspoken immigration advocate in Congress, conceding funding for the wall in desperation. This is where we’re at. A project that will be either dubious or outright laughable in implementation—publicly called a symbol of pig-headed xenophobia and bigotry by nearly all prominent Democrats at the beginning of this administration—will very probably be funded at the end of all this with their support, if a deal is ultimately passed. The largest changes to the legal immigration system in decades, proposals that would have been called far-right a year ago, have also been put on the table by the Democratic Minority Whip, Dick Durbin, who on Monday called DACA “the civil rights issue of our time.” If that is so, then it is fitting that this civil rights issue, like others past, will likely be resolved with a slimy compromise to be challenged by activists who are none too pleased. “Dems failed to fight & use their leverage to protect immigrant youth,” United We Dream co-founder Cristina Jimenez tweeted. “A false promise to vote on immigration from Rs is not a strategy to win. We won’t be fooled.”

This is the voice of the Democratic Party to come. Leaders like Schumer and Durbin might not realize it, but the people most likely to be the party’s standard-bearers in 2020 clearly do. Every top-tier contender in the Senate—Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren—voted against Monday’s resolution. There’s some hope for the near-future in that. But for now, in the present and a year into the Trump administration, the only thing more astonishing than the man in the White House and the demands he’s made on our national conscience is the fecklessness of the party opposing him.

“Chè” - 7 Must Try Vietnamese Sweet Desserts - Wild Tussah

“Chè” - 7 Must Try Vietnamese Sweet Desserts - Wild Tussah


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7 Vietnamese sweet desserts you should try when visiting Vietnam.

5 best restaurants in Saigon

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

This is not really an easy list to compile, as there are many great restaurants in Saigon. In fact Saigon is famous for it’s restaurant culture and for the excellent selection of top tier restaurants. Saigon is the perfect place for excellent eateries, nestled along the Saigon river and boasting excellent weather all the year […]

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The Professional Coursework Writing Service Game

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

How to Get Started with Professional Coursework Writing Service? For instance, history coursework help covers all facets of the writing process explained below. Therefore, it calls for coursework writing assistance from a specialist who has knowledge about this issue. At the graduate level, written coursework is provided in virtually every class, and the majority of […]

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Meeting the Ceramist Dinh Cong Viet Khoi

by Khue Luu @ Wild Tussah

We will be introducing new handicrafts to Wild Tussah lovers – Vietnamese handmade ceramics! In order to bring you the best and most unique products with a story, we have traveled to the Southern regions of Vietnam, looking for ceramic villages. It’s where the traditions that are hidden from the rest of the world are still kept alive. After months of searching, we finally came across...

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10 street food dishes you have to try in Ho Chi Minh City

10 street food dishes you have to try in Ho Chi Minh City


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With vendors selling specialty dishes daily on every street corner, you don’t stay hungry for long in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.

17 Street-Food Snacks You Have to Try in Vietnam | SUITCASE Magazine

17 Street-Food Snacks You Have to Try in Vietnam | SUITCASE Magazine


SUITCASE Magazine

From the south’s frenetic Ho Chi Minh City to the urban maze of Hanoi in the north, the streets of Vietnam are paved with snacks. These are our favourites.

Who Else Wants to Learn About Examples of Dissertation Proposals?

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

Examples of Dissertation Proposals at a Glance In reality, you use the word References at the peak of the page before you commence listing your sources. To start with, such proposals do not own a title page and page numbers at the peak of the webpage and the bibliography page should follow MLA guidelines. You […]

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Dalat Cherry Blossom Season: Feel The Pink!

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

Have you ever dreamed about a romantic scenery of Japan, where you can walk back home on a street under

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Introducing Online Coursework Help

by Hien Nguyen @ Vietnameses Food Recipes

The Hidden Facts About Online Coursework Help All you have to know about writing services and suggestions to employ professionals. Everything written by men and women who offer assistance with coursework has to be in the bid to answer the asked question. Generally, they are on a tight budget, so they’re searching for cheap research […]

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Top 5 delicious vegetables in Vietnam

by vietnamstreetfood @ Vietnam Street Food Guide

Water spinach- morning glory (Rau Muong) Water spinach is the most common vegetable in Vietnam as the tropical climate creates favorable conditions for its growth and the veggie does not require much care. Water spinach has become an integral ingredient in some Vietnamese cuisines such as sautéed garlic spinach. In the south, morning glory is […]

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Top 5 Vietnamese Designers’ Fashion Boutiques In Saigon

by Khue Luu @ Wild Tussah

Here’s a list of some of our favorite Vietnamese designers’ fashion boutiques in Saigon. We hope this can help you find your way around when shopping for high-quality clothing from local Vietnamese shops. Magonn Location: 41 Hai Ba Trung street, District 1 Price: 40 – 200 USD Magoon is a shopping treasure trove for fashion lovers to explore while looking for fashionable pieces that channel...

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Ben Thanh Market: Street Food Paradise

Ben Thanh Market: Street Food Paradise

by backpackerlee @ backpackerlee

Ben Thanh Street Food Market is a must-visit destination for visitors of all ages to Saigon, as they can enjoy a wonderful dining experience with diverse and tasty dishes from all three main regions of Vietnam, as well as discover the bustle and hustle of nearby city nightlife right in the heart of the city. […]

The Best Desserts in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

  It’s not always easy to explore Saigon under this unbeatable heat, and sometimes a quick ice cream stop can be the best way to refresh yourself and have enough energy for your adventures here. Fortunately, with a summer all year round, Ho Chi Minh...

Must-Try Food in Vietnam for Kids: Vietnamese Food for Picky Eaters - Family Travel Blog: An Epic Education

Must-Try Food in Vietnam for Kids: Vietnamese Food for Picky Eaters - Family Travel Blog: An Epic Education


An Epic Education

There is so much delicious food in Vietnam for kids. Here I list up some of the best Vietnamese food for picky eaters: fruits, desserts & main dishes.

[Event] – Climb Black Virgin Mountain In Tay Ninh (13-14 Jan)

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

Hello everyone, welcome to our third travel! This time, we’re going to climb the highest mountain in Southern Vietnam –

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