About Việc buôn bán
Founded in May 2011 in Hanoi, Vietnam, Viec Buon Ban, our Vietnamese online shop has become the authority on finding Vietnamese products. The shop features Vietnamese health and beauty items as well as gourmet items. Since it’s opening, this Vietnamese Online Shop has grown to service customers and retailers all over the world. From the United States to France, we can send you the fine Vietnamese products you love.
In March of 2013 we moved to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to take advantage of better infrastructure, more suppliers and a wider range of products. We believe that this will allow us to give more selection to our loyal customers. We look forward to the growth of our store and the future of Viec Buon Ban. We hope that you enjoy your time shopping at our store.
We also service retailers, so if you would like to see our Vietnamese products in your store, please Contact Us.
Vietnam is the easternmost country in the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. With over 85 million residents, it is the 13th most populated country in the world. Rich in history and culture, the Vietnamese main beliefs are humanity and harmony with a strong focus on family. This has let to Vietnam becoming a popular tourist destination as well as a place for expats to now call home. Vietnam become a strong player in the global markets in recent times. In the last two decades, Vietnam has been exposed to Southeast Asian, European and American culture and media.
Although there are over one hundred separate languages spoken in Vietnam, the main language is Vietnamese. English is a popular second language and is obligatory in most schools.
One of the healthiest cuisines in the world, the Vietnamese use fresh ingredients including vegetables, meats, herbs. In Vietnamese recipes, you can find ingredients like lemongrass, fish sauce, shrimp paste, ginger, mint and coriander. Since Vietnam is a coastal country, you will see fish and other seafood being prevalent in their cuisine. In Vietnamese food, they use the principle of yin and yang when creating a dish, there is always a hot and cool tone to every meal. Although these principles are prevalent throughout Vietnam, there is still a variation from region to region. In northern Vietnam, Vietnamese food will vary from southern Vietnam. In northern Vietnam, where it is colder, they can’t grow as many spices, so the Vietnamese food in this area tends to be less spicy than other regions.