Tối qua 29/9, lễ giỗ Tổ nghề sân khấu 2017 đã được tổ chức tại Cung Văn hoá Hữu nghị Việt Xô với sự tham gia của đông đảo nghệ sĩ miền Bắc. Nữ diễn viên Bảo Thanh của "Sống chung với mẹ chồng" có mặt trong buổi lễ từ khá sớm. Đây là lần thứ 2 chị tham dự ngày hội của giới nghệ sĩ.Đêm giổ tổ nghiệp tối 29/9 mở màn bằng bài tế của Đạo diễn - NSƯT Lê với lời dẫn hùng hồn đanh thép. Ông vinh dự thay mặt đông đảo các nghệ sĩ làm chủ tế trong … [Read more...] about Bảo Thanh đỡ đàn chị liệt 2 chân đến giỗ Tổ nghề sân khấu
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Broken rice with grilled pork – Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Binh Thanh District This diner is a familiar night food spot for Saigon eaters, especially late night workers. You can smell of barbeque ribs along the alley on Dinh Tien Hoang Street. The ribs are rich, tender and always served hot. Price: VND30,000 – 45,000 ($1.29 -1.93) for one plate Opening time: 4 p.m. – 4 a.m. Pork stomach noodles – Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Binh Thanh District Also on Dinh Tien Hoang Street is a noodle spot frequented by late workers. The pork stomach is carefully made and cooked, and adds an interesting flavor to the noodles, but is not recommended for people without strong teeth since it can be pretty chewy at times. Price: VND22,000 – 28,000 ($1 – 1.20) for one plate Opening time: 7 p.m. – midnight Pho – Nguyen Tri Phuong Street, District 10 This 50-year-old pho spot is a great choice on late evenings in Saigon, especially on rainy days. The pho here is well … [Read more...] about 10 places to eat the night away in Saigon
The Association of Vietnam Retailers says that there has been an exponential increase in the number of people ordering food online in Hanoi and HCMC in the last few years, and it is foreign firms that are cashing in on delivering it. The food delivery market is now dominated by Delivery Now, and Vietnammm.com. Delivery Now is a product of Foody Corporation, once a Vietnamese food service startup that was acquired by Singapore-based internet firm Sea LTD last year, while Vietnammm.com is a subsidiary of Takeaway.com, one of the world’s largest online food ordering websites based in the Netherlands. Invested in by Ho Chi Minh City-based Scommerce Group, an information technology and services firm, Lala is considered a rising star in food delivery sector by industry insiders, having the advantage of hi-tech knowhow from its parent firm. Lala connects its users directly with restaurants before its shippers from Ahamove, also a child of Scommerce Group, delivers food. Delivery Now has … [Read more...] about Will Vietnamese firms miss the food delivery bus?
It is no secret that Vietnamese love eating out. It is also a fact that nation has achieved renown as one of the best places in the world for street food. Jostling for space in this culinary milieu, and succeeding handsomely, are Kichi-kichi, Gogihouse, SumoBBQ and ThaiExpress. These are no strange names to Vietnamese who love dinning out. They are among most popular grill and hotpot restaurant brands in the country. However, not a lot of restaurant goers are aware that they are established and run by Vietnamese. In 2005, with the help of two friends, Dao The Vinh, an entrepreneur in his early 30s, opened the first Ashima mushroom hotpot restaurant on Phan Dinh Phung Street in Hanoi after falling in love with a local hotspot dish during his trip to the “heaven on Earth” city of Shangrila in Yunnan, China. Ashima succeeded beyond the expectations of its founders, who simply thought they were doing what they loved. In just two years, the number of Ashima restaurants had … [Read more...] about Two ventures at the top of the food chain in Vietnam
Vu Thi Chuc lives in a small house outside Hanoi with her husband, son and daughter in law. When the younger couple aren't at home, the house is filled with silence. Chuc and her husband, Bui Van Hai, both in their 50s, hardly talk to each other, even though they have been reunited for more than a year after 21 years apart. The woman was rescued as a trafficking victim and brought back to Vietnam, but her returning has never felt complete as she spent a lot of time missing a son in China. Tearing apart Chuc was born into a poor family in 1962. Her marriage with Hai was arranged by their families in Phuc Tho District. He is three years younger than her. They earned their living from a small farm, raising a son and living a normal life typical of a low-income family in the 90s. Until everything turned upside down, all thanks to a neighbor. “I’m deeply resentful of that woman,” Chuc said, with an angry look on her face. In 1997, the neighbor asked Chuc to go to town with … [Read more...] about Vietnamese mother torn between two sons 20 years after being sold to China