Vietnam has 54 ethnic groups, and over a 100 spoken languages, some with less than 1000 people left. The “Kinh” are the dominant 86% majority group.
Which are the best Vietnamese restaurants in Toronto, judged by Vietnamese for authenticity?
From tips on coded-language, to how to sit in a business meeting, to proper gifts for the Tet holidays — we decode the Vietnamese business culture
We’ve travelled all over Vietnam to sample food. Here is our top 10 list of breakfast meals to eat: from pho to mi to banh hoi and more.
From who eats first, to chopsticks faux-pas: 24 tips. rules, do’s and don’ts about dining in Vietnam for expats.
Our favourite unusual jobs in Vietnam and potential business opportunities. These traditional and new jobs are growing as Vietnamese consume more.
Fortune tellers are very important in Vietnamese society — from marriage to business to land. Here was our experience, the good and bad
The Vietnamese do ritualistic burning of paper-simulacra as a way to send gifts to their dead relatives. The fire and smoke are portals to the spirit-realm.
The median monthly salary in Vietnam is 4.2 million VND per month or approximately $200 USD/month.
Valentine’s Day is even bigger and more serious in Vietnam than it is in most Western countries. We discuss how Vietnamese celebrate Valentine’s.
From average salaries, work-ethics, work parties, to superstitions and doing random errands for the boss — what is the work culture in Vietnam
Does Vietnam hate the USA? Most Americans are suprised that Vietnam tops the PEW Research lists of countries who favour the USA.
2022 is the Year of the Tiger. Learn everything you need to know about the Lunar New Year and the Vietnamese festival of Tet
Ghosts play a central role in many Vietnamese beliefs. When someone has a bad love-life, or can’t find a date, it is often blamed on ghosts.
VinFast is Vietnam’s first EV car manufacturer with sales kicking-off in the USA and Europe. We provide a primer on its parent company VinGroup.
Vietnam has many Buddhists, Christians and atheists, but the main religion is a type of ancestor worship plus huge set of superstitions.
While only 7% of Vietnamese are Christian, Christmas is huge secular pary. Santas are everywhere. It is like a mix of New Years Day and Black Friday.
Why are the tables and chairs so tiny in Vietnam? The reasons speak to Vietnam’s interesting economic history and entrepreneurial spirit.
Oct 20th is Vietnamese women’s day. The focus is on equality and women’s value in society. Unlike the feminist International Women’s Day, the Vietnamese day has more widespread cultural significance.
Vietnam ranks #1 in crypto adoption according to two independent 2021 studies. On-chain analyses and surveys confirm widespread retail use.