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The interesting history of the Japanese Covered Bridge

The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An is also known as Chua Cau Bridge (Pagoda Bridge). It is a unique covered structure built by the Japanese traders in the 17th century. The bridge is composed of two parts: the bridge

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Loudspeakers were excessively used to transmit warnings

The use of loudspeakers began early on in the Vietnam War. North and South Vietnamese used to have audios on loudspeaker propaganda to reduce the morale of the enemy. In the time of war, North Vietnam utilized loudspeakers to convey

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Propaganda in Vietnam through the artwork

Propaganda in Vietnam is all about a combination of beauty and history through the depiction of some solid artwork. Vietnamese propaganda posters are famous for their beautiful and eloquent artwork. They mesmerize tourists with one glance at these expressive pieces

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Seabed walking is an emerging water activity that you cannot resist

Seabed walking is walking under the sea. The seabed walking activity is suitable for almost all ages. It is an emerging activity when it comes to leisure and fun. Especially, in Vietnam, if you are bored with engaging in other

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Tooth blackening and Vietnamese culture

Tooth blackening is one of the old customs of many ethnic groups in East Asia, such as Vietnam, Japan, Malaysia and Southern China. In Vietnam, besides the Kinh people, other people such as the Thái, the Si La, the Tày,

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Ecotourism: Vietnam is slowly but surely moving towards

Ecotourism is being heavily lauded these days. Bicycle riding has become an emerging trend in order to align with the concept of sustainable tourism. So, while traveling, people prefer to hire a bicycle for a fulfilling journey. Especially in Vietnam, motorbikes

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Ho Tay Lotus Tea & How to Brew it!

Lotus tea is a quintessential gift of the Hanoians. Back in the day, only noble families and the royals could have lotus tea. Nowadays, Ho Tay lotus tea remains a precious gift and is the most expensive line of Vietnamese

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How to Make Healthy Fresh Spring Rolls (Goi Cuon)!

These light and healthy fresh spring rolls, or Goi Cuon, are delicious and can be made at any time of the year. They are easy to make and perfect for lunches and dinners. The key to a perfect spring roll

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Visit Hanoi and Drink Bia Hoi in Style, from a Jorum!

The “Legendary” Jorum for Draught Beer Jorum's are a large jug made of thick glass. Typically, it has two unique opaque shades of blue and white. The surface has a rough texture when you feel the glass. While holding a

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Ba Chua Kho – Lady of the Treasury

Ba Chua Kho is the goddess of business and prosperity. There is a temple in Co Me village; Bac Ninh Province has been famous for a long time with many people. During the first month of each Lunar New Year,

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