Xu Hướng 10/2023 # Vietnam Museum Of Ethnology – A Visitors Guide # Top 10 Xem Nhiều | Avwg.edu.vn

Xu Hướng 10/2023 # Vietnam Museum Of Ethnology – A Visitors Guide # Top 10 Xem Nhiều

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Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, located in Hanoi, is one of the most prominent museums in Vietnam that showcases the country’s diverse ethnic groups and their cultures. The museum features extensive exhibits, artifacts, and information on the traditions, customs, and daily lives of the 54 recognized ethnic groups in Vietnam. It’s a great place to visit if you want to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Vietnam’s diverse ethnic groups.

What to see and experience

The museum is divided into two main sections, including an indoor exhibition and an outdoor display of traditional houses of different ethnic groups.

Indoor exhibition

The indoor exhibition at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology showcases a diverse collection of artifacts, photographs, and multimedia presentations that provide insight into the lifestyles, customs, and traditions of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups.

You can explore the museum’s permanent exhibitions that are divided into different sections, including the Introduction Hall, the Vietnam Ethnic Groups, and Southeast Asian Cultures. Each section contains fascinating displays that highlight the unique cultural features of various ethnic groups.

In the Vietnam Ethnic Groups section, you can learn about the daily life of different groups through dioramas of their traditional houses, clothing, and tools. There are also exhibits showcasing religious practices, wedding customs, and other important ceremonies. The Southeast Asian Cultures section features displays on the similarities and differences between Vietnam and other countries in the region.

Throughout the indoor exhibition, there are interactive displays and informative panels with both Vietnamese and English descriptions, making it an educational experience for both locals and international visitors.

Outdoor exhibition

The outdoor exhibition area is a replica of a traditional village and covers a vast area of the museum grounds.

There are over 10 traditional houses on display, each showcasing the distinct architecture, interior design, and living style of a different ethnic group. You can enter the houses, explore the interior, and learn about the cultural practices, beliefs, and customs of each group. Additionally, there are other exhibits such as a water puppet theater, a communal house, a village gate, and a stone path, which provides insight into the daily life and social organization of the people.

The outdoor exhibition also features activities and workshops where you can learn how to make traditional crafts, musical instruments, and agricultural tools. There are also performances of traditional music and dance that you can enjoy.

Waterpuppet show in Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

Visiting Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is located in Hanoi, about 8 kilometers from the city center. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. The entrance fee is 40,000 VND (about 1.75 USD) for adults and 15,000 VND (about 0.65 USD) for children under 16 years old.

To get there, you can take a taxi or a Grab (the Southeast Asian version of Uber) from the city center. Alternatively, you can take bus number 14 or 38 from Hoan Kiem Lake, which will take you directly to the museum.

The museum is a must-visit for travelers interested in learning about the cultural diversity of Vietnam’s ethnic groups. It is particularly interesting for families with children, as there are many interactive exhibits and activities. The museum also offers guided tours in English and French, which can enhance the visitor’s understanding and appreciation of the exhibits.

When visiting the museum, it is important to note that photography is not allowed inside the indoor exhibition hall. Additionally, there is a small café on site where you can grab a snack or a drink.

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Từ khoá: Vietnam Museum of Ethnology – A visitors guide

Visiting Beautiful Schools In Vietnam And Then Bringing Back A Folder Of Quality Photos, Posting Forever

Beautiful schools in Vietnam have super cool check-in views 1. Vo Truong Toan University


Vo Truong Toan University with architecture like a castle. Photo: @_kymthanh_Vo Truong Toan is a private university with a huge area of ​​​​up to 20 hectares, built according to the “all-in-one” model. The school is both a place for students to study, has a dormitory to rest and integrates a large amusement park inside. Therefore, this place is one of the largest and most famous universities in the chúng tôi school is known as the “Hogwart of Vietnam”. Photo: @yanzhe_zangNot only possessing a large scale, but this university is also known as the “palace university”. Meanwhile, Harry Potter fans call this “Hogwart School”. All because of the beautiful European architecture, reflected in all the major items in the school. Coming to Vo Truong Toan, visitors thought they were lost in a castle, a palace, not just a chúng tôi beautiful spire-shaped buildings resemble castles. Photo: @winguyennVo Truong Toan University is impressive with its white and gray spiky buildings, imbued with European architecture. In particular, the tall and low pyramidal buildings are intertwined, just like a mysterious castle. Around the campus is a high green system covering, making the campus more chúng tôi campus has many beautiful check-in corners. Photo: @haimy.maidang

Having the opportunity to travel to Hau Giang and visit Vo Truong Toan University, visitors can walk among the shady trees, see beautiful castles like fairy tales and take many beautiful check-in photos. In particular, inside the school, there is also a Kittyd & Minnied amusement park with many attractive game areas.

2. Quoc Hoc Hue School


Quoc Hoc Hue is a school with a history of 120 years. Photo: @irl.yoloQuoc Hoc Hue is located at 12, Le Loi Street – the most beautiful street in Hue city, with a direct view of the romantic Perfume River. The school was established on October 23, 1896. Currently, this is the third oldest high school in Vietnam, possessing bold French architecture, in harmony with Asian chúng tôi Hoc Hue has French architecture and Asian architecture. Photo: @nguyenlengocthao297Quoc Hoc Hue project was built in the French architectural style, is one of the most beautiful works in Hue. Visiting this school, you will see that the whole school consists of many items that are scattered throughout the campus. Interspersed with buildings, there are cool green chúng tôi space inside Quoc Hoc Hue school is very beautiful and poetic. Photo: @lienlocoseyoNot only has a long history, but Quoc Hoc Hue also has beautiful architecture with impressive and outstanding red colors. The perfect combination of classical French beauty and Asian architectural influences, shown through thick walls, red-tiled roofs, shutters,… nostalgic, beautiful in every corner, and chúng tôi rows of green trees shading in a school with classic colors. Photo: @phuongha96

Today, Quoc Hoc Hue is a destination in Hue that is loved by tourists, who often come to visit and take pictures. However, visitors are only allowed to visit in the afternoon when students have finished school and on Sundays. Note, when coming here you should dress politely, walk lightly, speak softly in accordance with the dignified space of a school.

3. Da Lat Pedagogical College 4. Academy of Agriculture

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Từ khoá: Visiting beautiful schools in Vietnam and then bringing back a folder of quality photos, posting forever

A Guide To Vietnamese Tet Food (Northern)

To get ready for the holiday following Vietnamese belief, you should clean your home, replace your outdated things with new ones, and—because you’re to stop all work during Tet, including household work—cook all the food you’ll eat during the holiday.

Certain dishes like bánh chưng (square meat cake) are like unofficial Tet mascots for their close association with the holiday. If you’re in Hanoi or somewhere else in the North, expect to see typical dishes from that region there like xôi gấc (sticky rice) during this time of year.

In this series, we’re going to explore the food traditions of Vietnam’s three major regions—the North, Middle, and South—going from top to bottom.

Northern Vietnam’s traditional meal

A complete meal there calls for preparing many foods and a sophisticated presentation. Traditionally, the full Northern Tet meal needs eight dishes—four bowls and four plates—representing four pillars, seasons, and directions.

The traditional Hanoian family’s meal has been simplified compared to the number of recipes in the past. Nevertheless, there are still some irreplaceable dishes that almost every Northern family will prepare on this special occasion.

Photo by Han Le / Unsplash

Bánh Chưng (Chưng cakes or Vietnamese square cakes)

This is the most well-known cake of the holiday, arguably the most famous Tet dish of them all. Bánh chưng (Vietnamese square cake) is made from glutinous rice, mung beans, pork, and other ingredients, which are believed to express the essence of the heaven and the earth through the skillful hands of humans, according to Vietnam’s legendary ancient chief King Hùng Vương. By this belief, making bánh chưng cake is also the ideal way to express gratitude to our ancestors and homeland. It embodies the spirit of the Vietnamese Lunar New Year.

Chung cake. Photo by DoanhnhanPlus

Vietnamese families love to pack and boil bánh chưng cake together as a household around one week before giao thừa (New Year’s Eve). It is also a great chance for family members to gather and spend the night together, sharing neverending stories, games, and conversations while waiting for the cakes to be boiled.

Xôi gấc – Red Sticky Rice

Xôi (Sticky rice) is also an indispensable part of the traditional Northern meal. There’s a selection of different xôi: xôi lạc (sticky rice with peanuts), xôi đậu xanh (sticky rice with mung bean), and my personal favorite xôi gấc (sticky rice with special gấc fruit). Among these types, xôi gấc is in my opinion the best choice thanks to its distinct red color, which signifies a good fortune, according to Vietnamese belief.

Generally, xôi gấc is usually served with giò chả (Vietnamese sausage) or boiled chicken in Tet meals. Sometimes it can be served with chè (sweet soup) like a dessert dish. Xôi gấc is a great start for the new year because this dish is believed to bring lots of luck and symbolize good things.

Dưa hành– Pickled Onions

Freshly pickled onions are often served as a side dish alongside bánh chưng cake or high protein dishes to reduce the greasiness. However, foreigners may find this dish, in a word, unfriendly as they often can not handle the alliaceous, intensely oniony smell.

But once you get along with these sweet-but-sour, slightly spicy pickled onions, you just can’t resist them. It helps elevate the flavor of Tet dishes and benefit our body’s digestive processes.

First thing’s first: to make standard pickled onions, you need to choose old ones with firm bulbs. Next, soak the onions in water mixed with borax and ash for two days and two nights. After that, take out the onions, cut off the roots, peel them, put them into a large jar, cover them with salt, and put a thin layer of the chopped cane on top. Finally, cover the onions with layers of bamboo. After two weeks, you can get the onion bulbs out, soak them in sugar and vinegar. In three days, your pickled onions will be ready to rock.

Giò Chả, Giò Thủ – Vietnamese sausage, Pork Head Ham

Regardless of regional geography, the Vietnamese Tet feast must contain a dish of giò (Vietnamese sausage), one of the most savory of all Lunar New Year dishes.

Vietnamese sausage (Giò), usually made of pork, is finely milled in a stone mortar and wrapped in banana leaves to form a tube shape. It is then boiled or steamed. There’s also giò bò (beef sausage) made from finely milled beef, a specialty of central Vietnam. A well-cut piece of giò must look neat, friendly, and easy to pick up. The plating and presentation of this dish depends on the cooks’ creativity.

Then you have giò thủ (pork head ham), a Vietnamese sausage made from the meat of a pig’s head. For making giò thủ, pig’s ears and head meat are not milled but diced and mixed with other ingredients like a wood ear (black mushroom), fish sauce, pepper, and garlic, all of which are stir-fried. They are first fried in a pan and then stirred well on low heat. Then, wrap the pies in fresh banana leaves, tie them carefully, and boil or steam them just like how we did with giò chả. Every bite, a well-cooked giò thủ dish gets its marble texture with the crunchy cartilage. This chewy, meaty, crunchy dish endowed with a profound, spicy, strong favor of condiments and garlic is best paired with pickled onions and a cold glass of bia hơi (fresh Vietnamese beer).

Thịt đông – Frozen Meat

Thịt đông is a dish particular to the winter-spring period of Northern Vietnam when the outside temperature is drastically cooler. Thịt đông is made from mixed protein, sometimes from the chicken as well as pork and pork skin. After the ingredients are cooked in a pot, they may be left to cool down inside the pot or divided into small bowls, depending on your preferred serving size. Then it is covered and chilled in the open air to make what you’d agree is one fabulous dish.

The complete thịt đông dish has a thin white layer of fat on top and a smooth jelly-like layer of frozen meat underneath. A piece of frozen beef served with pickled onions and a hot rice bowl makes the authentic Northern Tet flavor. Frozen meat is typically done with a hot, fragrant rice bowl as the heat of well-cooked rice melts down the frozen fat and soup. All harmonize into one perfect taste.

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Từ khoá: A guide to Vietnamese Tet food (Northern)

Business Of Ornamental Crabs And Frogs As Ornamental: From Passion To A Side Job That Makes A Lot Of Money

The blooming trend of ornamental crab farming

“About 12 years ago, I had a business trip to Thailand. During that time, I knew that their ornamental crab farming movement was very developed. Then I bought 2 Thai ornamental crabs to try, at first. I just decided to buy and play. At that time, the cost to bring back to Vietnam was about 1.3 million VND/fish,” shared Mr. Ha Xuan Loc (34 years old, with 10 years of experience playing ornamental crabs). He is currently the owner of a chain of crab shops in Hanoi, Da Lat, and Ho Chi Minh City.

Knowing the trend of ornamental crab farming for a long time, but 6 years later, Mr. Loc began to lay the first brick in the ornamental crab business. “I found this to be a new hobby and a new direction. I focused on research on crab reproduction, at first it was very difficult because I had not tried it on a large scale. So the number of dead crabs was more than that of crabs. I had to change many models accordingly, so far I have experienced 4 successful models. Many times, I thought about giving up, but then I was determined to do it.”

2010 was a memorable time when Mr. Loc decided to transform himself from a construction engineer to raising and trading pets, mainly dogs and cats. At that time, the pet trend was booming in Vietnam. Up to now, this is still the spearhead of business and exists in parallel with Mr. Loc’s crab and ornamental fish business.

Ornamental crabs impress thanks to their pitiful appearance and eye-catching colors.Photo: NVCC.

Each month Mr. Loc sells 2,000 crabs, both retail and wholesale to aquarium shops, but not including the export quantity. Before that, the main source of export was to go abroad. Only about 2 years ago, the domestic market responded more. The pandemic made many traders difficult, and Mr. Loc was no exception. The situation of transportation restrictions, border closures caused work to stagnate and could not be sold.

Ornamental crabs (not invasive alien animals) attract players thanks to their brilliant and aggressive appearance. Each breed of crab has a different shape. For example, the Hainan Potamon Rubrum crab stands out with its large, round curved claws. Meanwhile, the vampire crab (Geosesarma dennerle) impresses with its hairy claws and legs, which look like spikes.

Currently, Mr. Loc’s shop has about 25 crab varieties belonging to 3 large genera, Tiwaripotamon, Hainan Potamon, and Indochinamon. Among them, Hainan Potamon Rubrum is the best-selling variety. The price of curved crabs ranges from 80,000-350,000 VND/head. A beautiful Hainan Potamon Rubrum needs to meet the criteria such as no scratches, enough legs and claws, impressive color.

Depending on the breed, ornamental crabs have their own distinctive shape.Photo: NVCC.

The size of ornamental crabs is measured according to the length of the shell, ranging from 3-7 cm. With each different size and color, crabs can be sold for a few tens of thousands to several hundred thousand VND/head. Mr. Loc said that buying ornamental crabs is popular with all classes, not only customers who have to pay. Many of his customers have bought crabs to raise with ornamental fish, or give up difficult fish and focus on taking care of crabs.

With 10 years of experience, Mr. Loc found that ornamental crabs are easier to care for than fish, because they can live in both water and air environments. The food of crabs is not picky, each meal is 3-5 days apart. Therefore, even busy people can take care of crabs. However, Mr. Loc noted that owners should pay attention when crabs come to the molting stage every few months.

“When the trend of ornamental crab farming exploded, many people went to the forest to exploit wild crabs to sell at a cheap price. But these crabs have the potential to spread parasites such as flukes and leeches lurking in the body. They are a great source of disease for other creatures in the tank, infecting water source parasites and players. This is the experience of many years of domesticating wild crabs for breeding and rearing that I want to share with the community.” Mr. Loc emphasized.

Photo: NVCC.

Frogs can also be pets

In early 2023, Van Tai (28 years old, in Ho Chi Minh City) first learned about the trend of raising ornamental frogs through social networks. Frogs with unique shapes and colorful colors have attracted Van Tai. After learning about information as well as where to sell, Van Tai decided to spend 200,000 VND to buy a blue frog of the Pacman breed. Up to now, Van Tai has more than 200 frogs with diverse varieties and colors. He said he has invested more than 20 million VND for this hobby.

By the end of 2023, Van Tai started a business of ornamental frogs to increase his income, besides his main job as a supermarket system maintenance worker. He said that on average, he sells more than 100 frogs every month, bringing in a revenue of no less than 15 million VND/month.

Thanks to posting in groups about ornamental frogs, Van Tai had his first customer. But trading at the time of the epidemic, Van Tai’s work encountered many difficulties. He had to suspend his business due to transportation and travel restrictions, and few people knew about his store. Until the middle of this year, the business began to bring profits to Van Tai.

Depending on the color, Pacman prices may vary.Photo: Van Tai.

Depending on the color, size and type, the price of frogs ranges from a few hundred thousand dong to several million dong/head. Van Tai said Pacman Frog is the best-selling breed, the lowest price for a blue baby is 200,000 VND. The more rare and unique the color, the higher the selling price.

Pacman frog or alien frog, native to South America. This frog breed features a round appearance and large mouth, reminiscent of the character from the video game Pac-Man. Adult Pacman frogs can reach a size of 11.5-16.5 cm and live 7-15 years.

Besides Pacman, “connoisseurs” also like Bullfrog. Mr. Nguyen Tuan Duc (28 years old, in Ho Chi Minh City) said that the price of this frog line ranges from 600,000 VND to 1 million VND/head, depending on “how beautiful the colonel is”.

Bullfrog is also known as the goblin frog or the African bull frog. They stand out thanks to their aggressive appearance and large size, the face looks somewhat aggressive. At maturity, Bullfrog can weigh more than 2 kg, reaching a maximum length of 24 cm for males, 12 cm for females.

This is also the first line of frogs that Duc experienced when he first heard of this trend. He shared that he spent a million dong to buy a frog like Bullfrog.

Bullfrog attracts with its aggressive appearance.Photo: Tuan Duc.

For Tuan Duc, raising and trading frogs as pets is like entertainment and helps him increase his income. This side job does not take much time or affect Tuan Duc’s main job. Occasionally, he also participates in face-to-face meetings and exchanges of ornamental frog groups.

With 2 years of experience, Tuan Duc said that taking care of ornamental frogs is not too difficult or laborious. “Farmers only need to choose fresh food, keep the cage clean. In addition, I also learn and treat some minor diseases in frogs, so the care is not too difficult,” Tuan Duc said.

Meanwhile, Van Tai said he usually spends 5-6 hours a day taking care of frogs. “In order to maintain the number of frogs that live and develop, I usually raise each frog separately. This will take more time to take care of but less loss than raising them together,” Van Tai shared.

Photo: Van Tai.

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Margot Robbie’s Best Movies: A List Of Top Picks

1. The Wolf of Wall Street – Sói già phố Wall (2013)

2. Suicide Squad – Biệt đội cảm tử (2023)

3. Birds of Prey – Cuộc lột xác huy hoàng của Harley Quinn (2023)

4. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Chuyện ngày xưa ở Hollywood (2023)

5. Bombshell – Tin nóng (2023)

6. Focus – Siêu lừa đảo (2023)

7. I, Tonya – Tôi là Tonya (2023)

8. The Legend of Tarzan – Huyền thoại người rừng (2023)

9. Goodbye Christopher Robin – Tạm biệt Christopher Robin (2023)

10. Z for Zachariah – Tình yêu ngày tận thế (2023)

The Wolf of Wall Street không chỉ là tác phẩm làm lên tên tuổi của Leo mà còn giúp tên tuổi của Margot Robbie đến gần với công chúng hơn. Bộ phim đã đem đến cho cô nàng giải Oscar Nữ diễn viên mới xuất sắc nhất. Phim xoay quanh Jordan Belfort, một “sói già” trong lĩnh vực môi giới chứng khoán lắm tài nhiều tiền. Bằng tài năng và vô số những thủ đoạn tinh vi, Jordan đã vươn lên đỉnh cao của danh vọng tại phố Wall. Càng có được thành công, Jordan càng dấn thân sâu vào văn hóa “tiền – tình – thuốc” của giới chứng khoán. Một trong những bóng hồng khiến anh mê mệt chính là cô nàng Naomi Lapaglia do Margot Robbie thủ vai. 

Có thể nói trong bộ phim siêu anh hùng này, nhân vật Harley Quinn của Robbie chính là một điểm sáng của bộ phim, trở thành một biểu tượng văn hóa trên màn ảnh rộng. Trong Suicide Squad, Harley là bác sĩ đã điều trị cho Joker trước khi bị máu mê trai “hóa lú”. Từ một bác sĩ, cô nàng fangirl đã tình nguyện trở thành tòng phạm theo chân Joker đi gây bão khắp nơi. Hai kẻ một chín một người không ai thua ai về độ điên lẫn độ đẹp đã tạo nên một cặp đôi trời đánh, khuấy đảo cả thành phố Gotham.

Sau sức hút của vai Harley Quinn mang lại, nhà sản xuất tiếp tục cho ra mắt dự án phim độc lập của Harley Quinn. Margot Robbie lại một lần nữa tái xuất trong bom tấn siêu anh hùng Bird of Pret. Tuy nhiên, lần này Harley và Joker đã đường ai nấy đi, thay vào đó là mối thâm cừu đại hận với một chàng trai khác. Khi một cô bé gốc Á dính vào rắc rồi vì ăn trộm viên kim cương có chứa dữ liệu mật mà tên ác nhân Black Mask săn lùng. Trước tình cảnh đó, Harley buộc phải ra tay để trở thành một “người hùng bất đắc dĩ”.

Nội dung phim xoay quanh những chuyện đã từng xảy ra ở Hollywood những năm 60 của thế kỷ trước. Trong phim, Margot Robbie hóa thân thành Sharon Tate. Tuy vai trò của Margot trong bộ phim không mấy nổi bật thế nhưng nữ diễn viên vấn đem đến cho khấn giả một màn trình diễn ấn tượng. Không cần nhiều lời thoại Margot vẫn kết nối khán giả hiện tại với minh tinh Sharin Tate của Hollywood, người từng bị sát hại vào cuối nững năm 60.

Đây là bộ phim dựa trên vụ tai tiếng rung động nước Mỹ có thật vào năm 2023, làm sụp đổ sự nghiệp của ông trùm truyền thông Roger Ailes. Trong phim, cô nàng vào vai Maggie, một cô gái tóc vàng với ngoại hình quyến rũ kết hợp cùng hai nữ nhân của Hollywood – Charlize Therin và Bicole Kidman làm việc tại tại trụ sở kênh truyền hình nổi tiếng Fox News. Mặc dù chỉ là nữ phụ, thế nhưng bộ phim đã đem đến cho Margot Robbie đề cử Oscar thứ hai trong sự nghiệp.

Jess (Margot Robbie thủ vai), một cô nàng xinh đẹp, quyến rũ mới vào nghề chỉ giỏi duy nhất món nghề móc túi và lừa tiền đàn ông. Tình cờ gặp được Nicky – một tay lừa đảo chuyên nghiệp, bị chính anh lật tẩy những chiêu trò của mình. Khá bất ngờ, Jess nhanh chóng trở thành “đệ tử” của anh. Trong quá trình hợp sức để chống lại tên trùm lừa đảo khác, cả hai đã nảy sinh một mối tình hết sức lãng mạn không một ai có thể ngờ tới.

Bộ phim xoay quanh câu chuyện đời của nữ vận động viên trượt băng tài năng nhưng cũng đầy tai tiếng của nước Mỹ – Tonya Harding cùng người chồng cũ Jeff Gillooly. Vào vai Tonya, Margot đã có sự lột xác ngoạn mục, thoát ra hình ảnh gợi cảm thường thấy để trở thành một động viên trượt băng có tính cách dữ dội. Với diễn xuất của mình, cô đã để lại nhiều cảm xúc trong lòng khán giả đem về cho cô giải đề cử Oscar đầu tiên.

Lấy bối cảnh khi Tarzan đã thích nghi với cuộc sống ở London thì nhận được tin yêu cầu anh trở về ngôi nhà trong rừng để điều tra các hoạt động tại một khu khai thác. Lần này, Robbiw vào vai Jane Porter, con gái của một vị giáo sư, người đã đem lòng yêu chàng người rừng Tarzan. Từ một cô gái quanh năm sống ở London hoa lệ, Jane đã bứt phá khỏi giới hạn bản thân trở lên mạnh mẽ để có thể đồng hành cùng người mình yêu và sinh tồn giữa rừng xanh.

Phim xoay quanh cuộc đời của tác giả A.A. Milne và cậu con trai Robin trên con đường sáng tạo chú gấu Pooh nổi tiếng toàn thế giới. Không chỉ được đông đảo trẻ em yêu quý, gấu Pooh còn trở thành biểu tượng xoa dịu nỗi buồn ở khắp mọi nơi. Trong phim, Margot Robbie vào vai Daphne Milne, vợ của tác giả A. Milne, mẹ của Chrustopher Robin. Khác với hình ảnh những người phụ nữ chuẩn mực, Margot chính là hình mẫu đại diện cho xã hội London với sự kết hợp hoàn hảo giữa sức mạnh thực tế cùng vẻ dịu dàng tràn đầy năng lượng.

Phim lấy bối cảnh một thế giới viễn tưởng, khi một thảm họa đã xảy ra, làm sụp đổ nền văn minh nhân loại. Ann Burden (Margot Robbie thủ vai) cùng hai người đàn ông là những người duy nhất còn sống sót. Liệu mối tình tay ba giữa hai người sẽ đi đâu và về đâu?

Ready To Queue For 30 Minutes To Buy A Bouquet Of 10$ Flowers To Take Pictures Of In Autumn

These days, you don’t need to live in Hanoi, but just surfing Facebook or TikTok is enough to know how the weather in the capital is pleasing to people. The golden sunshine, clear sky, light wind, and moderate temperature, … all make up a gentle, romantic autumn atmosphere of Hanoi, just going to the street is comfortable.

This is also the reason that many young people, especially office workers, choose to wander the streets, buy a bouquet of flowers and take a few photos to “heal” themselves after stressful working days.

“Hunting” the sunset in West Lake, the pressure disappears

After days of spinning with busy work, glued to the computer screen, the rare time to go out on the street, to let your mind relax is the happiness of many people.

Phuong Anh (SN 1997) said: “I work in the office for 8 hours a day, so I have almost no time to go out during the week. So no matter how busy the weekend is, I always spend one day. to wander around the streets and then sit around with coffee or go to the West Lake for a round. I go like that every week” .

Phuong Anh and a very beautiful moment with the sunset of West Lake (Photo: @phuonganh.uni)

Regarding the cost, Phuong Anh said that this hobby is not very expensive because Hanoi has many photo spots for 0 dong but still extremely good. If you only charge for drinks, it costs about 50,000 VND to return for a weekend afternoon.

Khanh Huyen (SN 1998) has not had the opportunity to go out for a weekend for a long time. And luckily, she also “hunts” a pretty sunset at West Lake. “Walking around the city like this helps my mind to relax, relax and melt away fatigue. I’ve also gone to work, so I don’t care too much about the cost, I’ve determined that going out is comfortable, I don’t want to calculate the cost. more math” – Khanh Huyen added.

Khanh Huyen (Photo: Khanh Huyen)

As noted at the hot autumn photography locations in Hanoi such as Phan Dinh Phung Street, West Lake, Sword Lake, etc., young people in general and office workers in particular often go in groups of 2 or more people, almost not Some people go out alone.

Therefore, the crowded scene is inevitable.

A lot of people flock to take pictures in Phan Dinh Phung these days

People usually go in groups of 2 or more people

Phuong Anh explained: “This season is beautiful, so everyone wants to go out and so do I, that’s normal. Moreover, it’s still very comfortable to look at it a little bit crowded . ” Khanh Huyen and Phuc Giang also share the same opinion.

“It’s a bit crowded and crowded, but I still feel quite comfortable. Actually, I still like the feeling of being in the flow of people like this” – Khanh Huyen added.

Van Anh (primary teacher) shared a bit uncomfortable because of the crowd: “After a long time, finally me and my new friend arranged to walk around the street and take pictures together. So I’m not happy. a bit when there are quite a few people in the frame, there is no parking space” .

And Thao (SN 2001, studying and working) disagrees with many people spilling onto the street to take pictures, causing traffic jams.

Thao does not agree with the fact that some people flooded the street to take pictures

Accept to queue for 30 minutes to buy a bouquet of 200k flowers to take pictures

On occasions like this, many people are also willing to invest a sum of money dedicated to buying flowers to take beautiful photos. Therefore, the place that also makes office workers fall on the recent outing route is the flower shop on Truong Han Sieu street.

Truong Han Sieu Street gathers many people to buy flowers

“Because work is quite busy, it’s been a long time since we had time to hang out like today. Normally, the main activities are going to coffee, watching movies, eating, … the cost is about approx. several hundred thousand” – the two added about going out for the weekend.

The couple Thu and Dung with a flower bouquet of 150,000 VND

Thao Nguyen (doing business) had to wait about 30 minutes to buy a bouquet of flowers that cost 200,000 VND. But because the flowers are quite beautiful, the owner is comfortable, so she also feels it is worth it.

In addition to drinks as shared, Phuong Anh is also willing to spend from 50 to 150 thousand VND to buy flowers or nuggets. With a girl like that, it’s too good for a leisurely weekend.

Phuong Anh’s flower money ranges from 50 to 150 thousand VND (Photo: @phuonganh.uni)

Right on Phan Dinh Phung street, a lot of flower carts and sidewalk flowers are sold. However, in the central location and in the photography season, the price of flowers here is slightly higher than usual and in the market.

And Phuc Giang (teacher) is also not afraid to spend to get satisfactory pictures: “The cost for each gentle outing like this will be about 200-300 thousand VND. Today I am also looking to buying a bouquet of flowers to take pretty pictures but haven’t bought it yet. Some people will think it’s a waste to buy a bunch of flowers to take a few pictures, but I think it’s normal. Because of art, it’s okay to invest a little. Most of all, I’m happy . “

Phuc Giang

People line up to buy flowers and take pictures on Phan Dinh Phung Street

The first time I came here to take pictures following the trend on TikTok, Hang Nga (SN 2001, a student at Hanoi National University, studying and working) was very happy and excited with the crowded and bustling atmosphere here. To invest for this outing, her friend bought a bouquet of 100,000 VND and found it completely worth it.

Similar to Hang Nga, two friends Ngan and Trang (4th year students of the Academy of Finance) also arranged to take pictures. Both of them chose a bouquet of 70,000 VND: “With this price, we feel normal because the two of us go out together, take pictures together and share money. Moreover, buying on the street like this is more expensive than in town. The market is right. “


Ngan and Trang

Huyen and Phuong with a bouquet of 70,000 VND lotus flowers were “invested” by their mother


Between the modern pace of life and stressful work, each person has a different way of “healing”. Some people like to go out alone, find a quiet place to have their own space; some people go to see exhibitions, make crafts,…; And also many people choose to walk around the streets to take pictures. But either way, don’t forget to take time for yourself, everyone!

Some notes when going to “heal” these days:

– Recent popular places include Phan Dinh Phung Street – the most beautiful street in Hanoi, going to buy flowers on Truong Han Sieu Street following the trend on TikTok and “hunting” the sunset of West Lake.

– Phan Dinh Phung area will have locations where photography is not allowed, so please follow the instructions of the competent force.

– Hot places are often quite crowded, so protect your belongings.

– Do not spill onto the road to take photos to avoid causing traffic jams, ensuring the safety of both pedestrians and photographers.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Văn Dũng

Từ khoá: Ready to queue for 30 minutes to buy a bouquet of 10$ flowers to take pictures of in autumn

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