Cisco Vietnam is looking back on a series of milestones in helping build out Vietnam's ICT industry It has been 20 years since Cisco opened its very first office in Hanoi, doubling down on its presence and operations in the country since 1990. Throughout such a long journey, Cisco Systems Vietnam (Cisco Vietnam) has grown into a business that not only provides high-value products and services but also plays an active and positive role in the country under the vision “change the way people live, play and learn". … [Read more...] about 20-year anniversary of Cisco Vietnam: long journey with massive achievements
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The drum is 1 meter high and has a diameter of more than 60cm. The drumheads are made of leather. The drum is made of iron, wood or jackfruit wood. Mr. Sai again: “The drum is made of jackfruit wood because the jackfruit tree has flower patterns while the fruit symbolizes fertility and bumper crops. We hope to have a successful new year”. … [Read more...] about New Year celebrations of Giay ethnic people in Ha Giang province
Earlier, overseas Vietnamese in some Russian localities such as Ufa and Ekaterinburg held Tet celebration activities such as wrapping “chung” cakes (square glutinous rice cake – a traditional Tet food) and organising culture and art programmes to welcome the Year of the Rat./. … [Read more...] about OVs in Russia celebrate traditional Lunar New Year
• Avoid entering anybody’s house on the first day of Lunar New Year without an invitation as it is the first person stepping in the door who set the mood for the entire year. Vietnamese people also believe the zodiac animal of the first foot of the new year is associated with also determines the outcomes of the next year. … [Read more...] about What to know about Tet holiday in Vietnam?
Cu Thi My, a local craft-woman, said “Years ago, the craft was handed down to the descendants in a hope that the cultural characteristics of the people will not fade away. When the children get married, two sets of clothes must be prepared to give to them. When a Mong person dies, they must have three sets of clothes to wear so that they can meet their ancestors. It’s necessary to plough the soil thoroughly to plant flaxes. After harvesting, the trees should be dried carefully and are not exposed to the rain. To have the product soft and beautiful, it’s necessary to make fibers small and even.” The village authorities have focused on vocational training, creating jobs and developing the local economy. In 2011, the Can Ty Linen Weaving Cooperative was established. … [Read more...] about Can Ty brocade weaving village