Vietnamese women, for a long time, have been closely attached to the charming Ao Dai. Ao Dai is preferred by various social strata, from the nobles in the royal families to ordinary people in households, from urban to rural citizens. People dress Ao Dai both in daily activities and on special occasions. Ao Dai has long been an honored traditional costume, a pride of Vietnamese women.
"Balance" may be the single word that is commonly used to describe Viet Nam's gastronomy. In essence, Vietnamese cuisines usually reach the balance of ingredients and recipe: neither putting too much salt and fat, nor using fattening cooking methods such as frying that may lead to diseases.
Gong performance is an art that is closely connected to the cultural history of ethnic groups residing in the Central Highlands along Truong Son mountain range such as Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong and Lam Dong provinces.