First Palestinian Culture-Cuisine Day held in Hanoi
The highlight of the event was the launch of a duo of culinary creations “Toi da an ca canh dong hoa” (I ate the whole flower field) and “Nua vong Trai dat uong mot ly tra” (Going half a globe drinking a cup of tea) by writer Di Li.
The Embassy of Palestine in Hanoi held the first-ever Palestine Culture-Cuisine Day in Hanoi on November 12 to celebrate the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People (November 29).
|Hummus, the popular dish of Palestinian.|
At the event, a series of activities featuring the Palestinian long-standing historical, cultural and art values were held including a photo exhibition, folk dance performance staged by Palestinian students, book launch, and a show of traditional Palestinian dishes.
The highlight of the event was the launch of a duo of culinary creations “Toi da an ca canh dong hoa” (I ate the whole flower field) and “Nua vong Trai dat uong mot ly tra” (Going half a globe drinking a cup of tea) by writer Di Li. These are her first culinary books telling about dishes around the world and Vietnam.
Palestinian Ambassador to Vietnam Saadi Salama said the event was held to introduce and promote the beautiful trait as well as the variety of the Palestinian food to Vietnamese and international friends, thereby, contributing to mutual understanding and the friendship between Vietnam and Palestine.
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