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To many families in southern Vietnam, enjoying pia during the mid-autumn holidays has been a tradition since the early 19th century. Pia is a rich cake eaten with tea that is a specialty of the Kinh, Khmer and Chinese ethnic people living in the Mekong Delta region.
06 June 2008 this Association Establishment Conference was carried out at Can Tho City with the purpose to connect, cooperate and make a mutual relation relating to economic and technology in business, service; upgrade tourism product value; represent and protect legal benefit of memberships.
Soc Trang specialities (09/11/2009)

-Coming to Soc Trang, the visitors will enjoy a lot of Soc Trang specialities as follows :

       - Sugpo prawn, cray fish, dried shrimp, crab, cuttle – fish….

In the sound of five notes orchestra music, Khmer boys and girls in splendid costumes sing and dance beautifully. Nine South provinces introduce together a very drinking and eating culture identity. Firstly, we have mentioned to “Flat Green Rice” .They use rather ripe sticky paddy grain, milky and then grill, grind them in a round mortar.The perfume of sticky rice spreads all over and promises a successful crops. Khmer people ate it with bananas or grilled tiny shrimps to have the feeling of fullness in the old days. Now they mix it with inner part of cononuts, granulated sugar or Thot Not sugar. It becomes soft, tasty and greasy like a dessert meal on festival days. Specially in Ok Om bok festival or Moon Festival, people feed children with “Flat Green Rice” so they call “Ok om bok”
  This food is for breakfast and a speciality of Khmer people in Mekong Delta. “Bun Nuoc Leo” has wherever Khmer people live, but “Bun Nuoc Leo” Soc Trang is the most famous. 
   To explain for this, we find that it has some specific characteristics. If Bun Nuoc Leo Tra Vinh is famous with raw vegetables (shallot and banana flower), Bun Nuoc Leo Chau Doc is liked by roast pork , “dien dien” flower

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