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Two Acoustic Music Hotspots to Peacefully Enjoy in Saigon.

Join Culture in retracing the two locations for tourists to immerse themselves in the acoustic tunes in Saigon. In recent years, where digital music has taken over, people have...

Exploring Vietnamese Cuisine Via Roll Recipes

No one knows when Vietnamese people started to consider roll dishes as an indispensable part of their diverse and attractive cuisine or in what context they were created. However, it is undeniable...

Cliffs of Fundy and Bonavista Peninsula Discovery Geopark – UNESCO Global Geoparks

Based on the UNESCO website, UNESCO Global Geoparks are “single, unified geographical areas where sites and landscapes of international geological significance are managed with a holistic concept of protection, education, and sustainable development.”...

Chuong Village’s Non La: The Dedication of Artisans

It is not clear when non la (Vietnamese conical leaf hats) became associated with Vietnam as a cultural characteristic of this country. When talking about Vietnam, the images of tender women in...

Rediscover Vietnam’s History With Duong Lam Ancient Village

Regarded as an age-old town of Kinh Ky, Duong Lam’s ancient village is a humble village in Son Tay district and located approximately 44km away from Hanoi’s center. This village is also...

ROM to Reopen on July 11 and What to Expect

After months of closure due to COVID-19, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will open its doors to welcome visitors in a safe and pleasant environment. Some special exhibitions and additional spaces will open...

Back in Vietnam to Visit the Western Capital

People usually whisper that Cần Thơ is Vietnam’s Western region capital, which is the origin of its nickname Tây Đô (Western Capital). Year after year, going through ups and downs, the land...

A Small Corner to Enjoy Tea in Saigon

Verdant in the heart of Saigon In the heart of Saigon, Thương Library appears as a tranquil venue for those who are strongly passionate about the art of tea and...

Canadians To Be Allowed into EU Countries, Extends Quarantine Rules for Travellers Requiring Self-Isolation says Federal Government

Since the start of the pandemic in March, the travel and tourism industry have ground to a halt as many countries gradually closed their borders in efforts to slow down the spread of...

Canada Extends Ban on Most Foreign Travellers to At Least July 31

Following the news of the European Union’s decision to reopen its borders and lift travel bans from certain countries, Canada’s travel ban order which barred entry to travellers who are not Canadian citizens...

Where to Pick-Your-Own Strawberries Amid Covid-19 in Ontario

One of the most favorite outdoor activities during summertime in Canada is fruit-picking from local farms. It’s a great choice for family-bonding and friend-gathering time. However, Canada is coping with Covid-19 and...

Here are Toronto-Area Attractions That Have Announced Plans to Reopen

Following the news from the Ontario Government that Toronto has moved to Stage 2 of the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery and Reopening Plan, several attractions and landmarks across the Greater Toronto Area are announcing...

Lifting Canada’s Border Closure Still Too Risky, Health Remains Top Priority for Any Border Reopening Plan says PM Trudeau

During his address to Canadians on Monday morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told Canadians that Canada is not in a rush to open its borders citing public health as a top concern and...

Fully Admire the Magnificent Natural Scenery of Hà Giang

Hà Giang is a province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. It is known as the great place of mountains with fresh nature and peaceful space. This northernmost land of Vietnam is...

Blood Donations, Airline Temperature Checks, and The RCMP Concerns Among Issues Addressed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made several announcements and statements regarding airline rules, blood donations, and the RCMP. Here is a breakdown of what was said. Blood donation ban to...

Memories of Japan

At the end of April in 2019, I was lucky enough to afford a one-week vacation in Tokyo, Japan. In that one week, I told myself that I had to immerse myself...

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