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Australian Festival Provides Platform To Showcase Vietnamese Culture

Australian Festival Provides Platform To Showcase Vietnamese Culture

Australian Festival Provides Platform To Showcase Vietnamese Culture

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    The event was held between February 21- 23 with 330 booths of organisations and embassies going on display along a seven kilometre street in the Australian capital.

    The Vietnamese booth was situated within the ASEAN cultural village area, showcasing culture and tourism publications, along with traditional items.

    Upon their visit to the Vietnamese stand, visitors could learn more about the nation, with many guests keen to taste some local delicacies, such as Nem, a type of spring roll, Bun Cha, a delicious dish containing noodle soup, and Che, sweet soup.

    Along with national booths, a range of art performances were put on across six of the festival’s stages, with hundreds of artists taking part.

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