Hi guys, today we would like to introduce you one of ASEAN Country named Vietnam. Hopefully this article will enrich our insight and help us to appreciate differences ?
Vietnam is a country located in Southeast Asia, precisely in the Indochina peninsula. Vietnam is bordered by the People’s Republic of China in the north, Laos in the northwest, Cambodia in the southwest and in the east the South China Sea lies.
The name of the Vietnamese traditional house is called “Xa pho ethnic” house stage. This traditional house in Vietnam serves as a place to eat, cooking, joking, sleep, a place for families to worship ancestors and do tasks such as weaving and embroidery.
Ao dai (áo dài) is a type of Vietnamese national dress wear by women. Ao Dai has a strict model, made of silk fabric and wear with pantalon trousers.
Pho can be said to be the most popular food in Vietnam, rice noodles served in a bowl of soup with slices of meat (usually beef or chicken), also equipped with toge and orange leaves, become one of the main foods for the people of Vietnam. Vietnam has very typical coffee, which in Vietnamese is called Ca Phe. Vietnamese foamed coffee made with sweetened condensed milk, and a raw egg.
Vietnamese silk fabric made from silkworm cocoons is processed manually to produce a soft fabric texture with a distinctive color.
Vietnamese silk fabric, sourvenir
Since 1994, Ha Long Bay has been designated as a world heritage by UNESCO. Then in 2012, the bay became one of the 7 New World Wonders Foundation version.
Vovinam vi?t võ ??o (vovinam vietnamese martial arts) was founded by Master Nguy?n L?c in 1938 and is based on both traditional Vietnamese martial arts as well as a combination of foreign martial arts. Most popular Vietnamese martial arts and is practiced on all continents.
Saola is a symbol of biodiversity in Laos and Vietnam. However, the population is very alarming, because there’s very little documentation and no one Saola in the conversation or captivity center.
Hmm…quite interesting, isn’t it? We hope you enjoy reading this article (and maybe someday we can visit this country…we wish!)
Contributors: Calistha Priskila Marpaung, Sepri Handayani, Angri Avenli, Syifa Pravitasuri (DIV Nutrition Reguler V)