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Tuoi Tre News launches Vietnam Life, a page dedicated to culture, cuisine, tourism

Thursday, October 01, 2020, 08:01 GMT+7
Tuoi Tre News launches Vietnam Life, a page dedicated to culture, cuisine, tourism
This screenshot shows the interface of Vietnam Life, a publication of Tuoi Tre News.

Tuoi Tre News on Thursday debuted its new page, Vietnam Life, which is dedicated to the Southeast Asian country’s culture, cuisine, and tourism.

Vietnam has captured ample attention from the international community after it had suppressed the COVID-19 outbreaks twice.

Both international media and individuals have considered Vietnam a safe nation for tourists.

The Vietnamese Culture column of Vietnam Life is meant to provide people in other countries, expats in Vietnam, and overseas Vietnamese with the nation’s captivating cultural aspects.

It also features articles about Vietnam’s location, area, demographics, festivals, cultural guidelines for visitors, Vietnamese characteristics, and local food.  

Readers will find stories on both famous and lesser-known Vietnamese destinations never mentioned in any other guide.

The Law & Policy section is going to give updates on paperwork and immigration, as well as other information foreigners should know when visiting, living, and working in Vietnam.

Separate sections are reserved for photos and videos on the Vietnam Life page so the country can be depicted in the most vivid fashion.

VietQ is where readers can find answers to their questions about Vietnamese culture, customs, practices, cuisine, and tourism, among others. Do not hesitate to send queries to ttn@tuoitre.com.vn.

Vietnam Life’s vision is to become a reliable guide to Vietnam for foreign visitors.

It is now accessible at vietnamlife.tuoitrenews.vn.

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