Is there a “code of conduct” for Hanoians? The question seems strange to many.
PSNews - After the Lunar New Year festival, when the peach flower fades away, Hanoi flower lovers start hunting for pear blossoms.
Employees will have a four-day break for the New Year Holiday 2019. In recent years, the solar New Year has enthusiastically been welcomed.
At least 5,000 performers, including many professional artists and artisans from various craft villages, will parade and showcase their acts at the biggest festival ever to be held in the pedestrian zone around Hoan Kiem (Sword) Lake in downtown Hanoi this weekend.
A brief shower of rain fell at 2pm on July 6, cooling down the city which has been sweltering through a heat wave with temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius over the past week.
PSNews – On the occasion of the 128th birth anniversary of Uncle Ho, Hanoimoi Newspaper on May 19 launched a press photo contest themed “Gentle and civilized conduct of Hanoians in 2018.”
Banh da ke (millet rice cracker) is a flavourful snack enjoyed by Hanoians which is a harmonious taste of the crispness of the rice cracker, the aroma of millet, and the sweetness of sugar and mung bean puree.