“Hai lúa” is originated from the South of Vietnam.
“Nhật ký” is a book/notebook in which you record your thoughts or feelings or what has happened each day.
Chi chi chành chành is a traditional game of Vietnam.
Kẹo kéo used to be a popular and familiar snack to Vietnamese children 20 years ago, when the joy of childhood was only eating ice cream cones, flying handmade paper kites in the field or showering in summer rains.
Dân ca quan họ is one of the typical folk songs of the Red River Delta region of Vietnam.
“Một nghề cho chín còn hơn chín nghề” is an idiom advising people to focus on developing or mastering a career or a skill.