Vietnam food culture is characterized by rice, fish sauce, snacks and regional diversity.
The value of rice, in a Vietnamese's opinion, cannot and should not be limited to the economic realm.
Vietnamese usually have breakfast, lunch and dinner without tea or coffee break in between.
There is no drinking age in Vietnam, and if there is, it is known by no one.
Vietnamese cuisine features a combination of five taste elements: spicy, sour, bitter, salty and sweet.
Different from Korean chopsticks which is often made of metal, Vietnamese chopsticks are often made from wood or bamboo.
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When it comes to Hue cuisine, a large number of Vietnamese hold firm to the belief that it is undoubtedly the best of the country.