“Quê” is a noun used to refer the to place where your family and relatives has lived and worked for a long time.
“Chốt đơn” literally means “close an order” which the seller and the buyer agree with each other to purchase a product/service at a certain price.
Bánh mì is always the best choice for breakfast because it is delicious, cheap and you can easily find a bánh mì stall on whichever streets in Saigon.
Go visit some little foreign towns in Saigon where restaurants and shops are built in the style of a specific country, such as Japan, China, Korea, etc.
Do you know what the typical Vietnamese Tet dishes are?
“Xin quẻ” or “xin xăm” has been one of the typical cultural features during Tet holiday.