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A change of taste with snakehead fish and purple taro soup

A change of taste with snakehead fish and purple taro soup 

Cập Nhật 03-10-2018

Cultivating purple taro is not too difficult. After the soil is ploughed, saplings are sowed (saplings can be bought from the market or germinated at home) fertilized, watered, and tubers can be collected after 3 months.

Tag: snakehead fish, purple taro, soup, dish

Ngao bung - “bung” means “eating”

Ngao bung - “bung” means “eating” 

Cập Nhật 01-10-2018

Nowadays, in restaurants clams are considered a specialty. They can be easily processed into various dishes such as clams grilled with fat and spring onion, clam sour soup, clams fried with garlic, clam porridge, etc.

Tag: tria mo, ngao bung, clams, lemongrass

Family-meal restaurants in Hue

Family-meal restaurants in Hue 

Cập Nhật 10-08-2018

“The most interesting thing about Hem Living is that diners can listen to songs by the late musician Trinh Cong Son while having their meals.

Tag: meal, dinner, Family-meal, restaurants, Hue, vegetable soup

The “mụ” Hue well-known in their time

The “mụ” Hue well-known in their time 

Cập Nhật 26-06-2018

Last month the Facebook community raised a startling question "What does the word "mụ" mean in Hue dialect? Gosh! Everybody enjoys Hue dialect but there are words that only Hue natives can understand.

Tag: “mụ”, Hue, Well-known, Time, dialect

A thousand shining years of Vietnamese culture

A thousand shining years of Vietnamese culture  

Cập Nhật 30-04-2018

“Royal Hue’s Essence” officially premiered in Hue Festival 2018 on the evening of April 28 at Can Chanh Palace – The Citadel. This art program is a story in which historical events are sequenced to highlight the five cultural heritages of Hue City.

Tag: Royal Hue’s Essence, Hue Festival 2018, Citadel, cultural heritages, Nguyen Dynasty

“Royal Banquet,” familiar yet new

“Royal Banquet,” familiar yet new 

Cập Nhật 28-04-2018

While not as spectacular as the "Imperial Night" at previous festivals, this year’s Royal Banquet in Hue Festival 2018 promises to be a fascinating program where guests can experience firsthand Hue culture.

Tag: “Royal Banquet”, familiar, new, Festival Hue 2018

“Joining hands to remove plastic waste”

“Joining hands to remove plastic waste” 

Cập Nhật 23-04-2018

On the same day, the students and teachers also planted 200 golden oaks to green the campus and cleaned up the garbage around the school and vicinities.

Tag: remove, plastic waste, the 48th Earth Day

11 businesses granted right to use the "Identity seal of Hue fine art handicraft products"

11 businesses granted right to use the "Identity seal of Hue fine art handicraft products" 

Cập Nhật 14-03-2018

At present, 11 establishments producing FAHP such as cast copper, paper flowers, folk paintings, rush mattresses or kites are granted with such certificates and will use the seal by engraving, hanging or attaching it on the products so that customers can easily tell them apart from the same ones.

Tag: Identity seal, Hue fine art handicraft products, PDIT

Hue-styled bread

Hue-styled bread 

Cập Nhật 01-03-2018

There is so much good food in Hue that diners almost forget about bread, one of the favorite convenient and delicious takeaways. Hue bread can be identified on the map of Vietnamese bread as small, hot with chili and with less salty broth.

Tag: Hue food, Hue-styled bread, Vietnamese cuisine

Restoring royal sweet dishes of the Nguyen Dynasty

Restoring royal sweet dishes of the Nguyen Dynasty 

Cập Nhật 21-02-2018

Each sweet dish is a story about a well-known fruit of the ancient capital: lotus seeds in Tinh Tam Lake, thanh tra grapefruit in Thuy Bieu, Huong Can tangerines, or trai va, a kind of fig found only in Hue, etc. The plan to restore the 47 types of royal sweets recorded in history books is the love of culture and passion of the young man Nguyen Phuoc Quy Than (descendant of King Minh Mang). He is the founder and director of Nguyen Trieu Company.

Tag: royal sweet dishes, Nguyen Dynasty, Mrs. Dinh