Aussie slangs: beginner’s guide

Aussie slangs: beginner’s guide

(VOVWORLD) - If you found yourself completely lost in a Sydney bar yarn, looking like a stunned mullet when invited to a cuppa in the arvo, or simply, just wondering what...
Eating habits of the Dutch

Eating habits of the Dutch

(VOVWORLD) - Sometimes people don’t fall in love with a country until they discover its fantastic culinary culture. If fish and chips are among the must-tries when visiting the British...
Gwangmeyong Cave, where the miracle continues

Gwangmeyong Cave, where the miracle continues

(VOVWORLD) - Gwangmyeong Cave in Gwangmyeong City is the only cave in the Seoul metropolitan area. It is just 15 minutes from Seoul by tube and 20 minutes from Incheon International Airport....
Britain’s Tea Culture

Britain’s Tea Culture

(VOVworld) - The British are known for their habits of drinking tea. According to the Tea and Infusions Organisation, the British consume 60 billion cups per year. That’s more than 900 cups a year...
Eating and cooking habits of the US

Eating and cooking habits of the US

(VOVworld) - A research by Dosomething.org suggests that at least 1 in 4 people in the US eat some type of fast food every day and cooking at home is dying. Is it...
Valentine’s Day in the US

Valentine’s Day in the US

(VOVworld) – Valentine's Day, celebrated on February 14, is a festival of love and many people give cards, letters, flowers, or presents to their spouse or partner. They may also arrange a...
Christmas celebration in the US

Christmas celebration in the US

(VOVworld) - Christmas is an occasion that has been celebrated across the world. People from the US particularly have developed their own Christmas traditions and observances, and these have changed greatly over time....
Rugby – the pride of New Zealand

Rugby – the pride of New Zealand

(VOVworld) – If football players around the world sing their national anthem before a match, rugby players in New Zealand perform the Haka, their traditional war dance. Rugby and Haka have become the...
Bonfire Night traditions in Britain

Bonfire Night traditions in Britain

(VOVworld) – November 5th is the day when Britons everywhere celebrate Bonfire Night or The Guy Fawkes Night. The event is accompanied by firework displays, the lighting of bonfires and the ceremonial burning...
Halloween Eve: when the fun is not limited to children

Halloween Eve: when the fun is not limited to children

(VOVworld) - Straddling the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. Thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic people, Halloween has...
Movies: A Connection To The American Culture

Movies: A Connection To The American Culture

(VOVworld) - The American film industry, often referred to as Hollywood as the name of its birthplace, is considered the most dominant force in the world’s modern cinema industry. Just the word “Hollywood” itself conjures...
The guide to exploring Dutch food culture

The guide to exploring Dutch food culture

(VOVworld) - Although the Netherlands is not known for its cuisine, there's much more to Dutch food than just raw herring. Without many refinements, the food culture here is best described as...
Zumba non-stop party in Hanoi

Zumba non-stop party in Hanoi

(VOVworld) – For the first time ever, Hanoians have been wowed by the largest-ever Zumba party around the Lý Thái Tổ Statue on Sunday night. Thousands of people gathered at walking street until mid...
Israeli contemporary dance – ArtLana duo

Israeli contemporary dance – ArtLana duo

(VOVworld) – Dancing has been regarded as an integral part of religious, national, community, and family celebrations of the Jewish people. In VOV24/7’s “Culture Rendezvous” this week, we will talk to...
Kimjang culture of making and sharing Kimchi

Kimjang culture of making and sharing Kimchi

(VOVworld) – Kimjang is the most typical example of food culture in the Republic of Korea. In Korean, Kimjang means making large quantities of Kimchi. In 2013, UNESCO recognized Kimjang as an intangible cultural...