Hanoi Nightlife Guide | All About Hanoi

On Valentine night over two decades ago in the lovely romantic film “Sleepless in Seattle”, a lonely grieved widow man found his love, a young reporter who was then somehow confused in love. Just one sleepless night spent in the splendid New York city, one heart had been healed and the other found its beat again. No one knows if you would probably meet your destiny and write your own love story in one of a kind lovely night in Hanoi, but one thing to be sure is that you will fall for the city life by night at the very first sight.  So, don’t waste any more seconds, let’s explore Hanoi under the street lights right now!

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Mooncake: Traditional Dessert in Mid-Autumn Festival

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

The Mid-Autumn Festival (or Trung Thu) is right around the corner, and it is quite a big deal here in Vietnam. One of the most special things about the Festival is its flagship food, the mooncake. You may have noticed large stalls set up around the city on so many street corners and pavements, selling these mooncakes by the dozens

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Mid-Autumn Festival in Vietnam and China | What’s The Difference?

Full moon or Mid-Autumn festival (Tết Trung Thu) is one of my favorite events in Vietnam. I bet everyone, especially children are super excited about the celebration now: the colorful lanterns with all kinds of shapes, animated masks, children games and typical melodies only played for this occasion. As two close neighbors with many cultural similarities, people might have such wrong perception that the way Vietnam and China celebrate Full moon festival is identical. However, the full moon festival constitutes many distinctive features that brings this day become one of the most special days in Vietnam. Therefore, in this article, I will tell you some main differences between the full moon festival in Vietnam and in China.

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