Vietnamese cuisine introduced at Brunei New Year festival

  • Princess of Brunei Hajah Masna (C), Minister of Foreign Affairs II of Brunei Dato Erywan (4th L) and delegates pose for a group photo. VNA Photo
    Princess of Brunei Hajah Masna (C), Minister of Foreign Affairs II of Brunei Dato Erywan (4th L) and delegates pose for a group photo. VNA Photo
  • Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei's stall at the event, introducing Vietnamese famous dishes. VNA Photo
    Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei's stall at the event, introducing Vietnamese famous dishes. VNA Photo
  • Vietnamese Ambassador to Brunei Tran Anh Vu introduces Bun cha, a dish of grilled pork and noodles, to Princess Hajah Masna at the event. VNA Photo
    Vietnamese Ambassador to Brunei Tran Anh Vu introduces Bun cha, a dish of grilled pork and noodles, to Princess Hajah Masna at the event. VNA Photo
A large number of Brunei and international friends visited the booth set up by the Vietnamese Embassy in Brunei at the country's Hari Raya New Year festival. The event, held on May 25, saw the participation of Princess Hajah Masna, sister of Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, as the guest of honour at the event. It was also attended by Minister of Foreign Affairs II of Brunei Dato Erywan and more than 1,000 domestic and international guests, with over 20 representative agencies in Brunei showcasing rich and unique culinary and cultural products. VNA Photo

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