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Febuary 2018

Pagoda Gems of Vietnam

By Trang vu Vietnamese people believe that a trip to a pagoda during the Lunar New Year is an important spiritual journey, giving them a...

The Untold Story of Tet from a Great Storyteller

By: Nguyen Ngoc Ngan / Interview by: Chris Tran When the spring and Lunar New Year arrives, Vietnamese people across all seven continents keenly embrace traditional...

Candied Lotus Seeds

Tet candied fruit is a seasonal specialty among the vast array of Vietnamese cultural foods and an indispensable treat during the Lunar New Year...

Boost Your Health with Seeds and Nuts

Hoang Duy Tan Often during the first days of the Lunar New Year, everyone has time to relax and enjoy the Tet holidays. People gaily...

Nguyen Hue Flower Street

Spring is the most anticipated and welcomed time of year. In Vietnam, the season varies greatly across regions.  Hanoi’s peach blossoms float in the...

Doggie Love

By: Pauline Ho Valentine’s Day has always been a bone of contention for me.  The mass commercialization of love makes me cynical.  Why not celebrate...

Study Direct Stream (Sds) Program – A New Visa Stream For...

What is Study Direct Stream (SDS) Program? The Study Direct Stream (SDS) Program is a program that will speed up the processing for the full-time...

Japan in Springtime

By Ngoc Sii Labelled the land of the Rising Sun, Japan is perhaps the one country in the world where iconic landmarks are instantly recognizable....

An Expression of Feminine Beauty

By: Le Si Hoan Áo dài, the traditional attire of Vietnamese women, is the ultimate embodiment of personal femininity and national pride. The founder of...

Dancing With The Dog

By: Ting-Foon Chik, Chinese Astrology & Feng Shui (@fengshuifoon, www.fengshuibritain.co.uk) Ting-Foon Chik is a Chinese astrologer and international feng shui master. Foon studied, and continues...