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Áo Dài’s Timeless Beauty

If you travel on a Vietnam Airlines flight, you’ll most likely see female flight attendants dressed in a turquoise tunic top...

What Dishes to Prepare for the Vietnamese Mid-year Festival?

Having lasted for generations, Tết Đoan Ngọ (Mid-year Festival) is a part of Vietnamese culture, which is no less important than the Lunar New Year. As being passed by the ancestors, the worship ceremony is usually...

Bài Chòi – The Attraction of a Cultural Heritage

During Tet or other holidays, while the Northern Vietnamese are fascinated with quan họ folk songs’ melodies, and Southerners are enjoying đờn ca tài tử (a musical art with both scholarly and folk roots) which has been...

Discover Breathtaking Dak Lak Today

If sandy beaches and blue seas have become too monotonous on your visits to Vietnam, why not give the pristine wilderness of the mountains a try? In Dak Lak, honest people and natural beauty are the main...

Our Hearts to Central Vietnam

Share Your Love has ended 2020’s charity activities with a series of projects aimed towards helping the Central Region of Vietnam. The goal was to provide post-flood support for people who were already living in poor conditions...

Hoi An Flood – Determination and ingenuity allowed inhabitants to make the best of a challenging time.

Lên, 57 years old, offered boat rides the day after typhoon Molave hit central Vietnam. This area around the Japanese Bridge...

Supporting Children in the World’s Disadvantaged Communities

Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF), is one of the longest-serving international NGOs in Vietnam (1989) and Mongolia (1997). It is committed to alleviating poverty and suffering by providing crucial, grassroots humanitarian services in education, healthcare and...

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