Programme to advertise Da Nang cuisine
The programme will provide viewers with cooking instructions for typical Da Nang dishes.
NDO – The Da Nang city Tourism Promotion Center in collaboration with Helen Le, the host of Helen's Recipes Youtube channel on Vietnamese cuisine, have launched a livestream program entitled ‘Mam Mam Da Nang’ (Yum Yum Da Nang) to provide viewers with cooking instructions for typical Da Nang dishes.
According to Deputy Director of the city’s Tourism Promotion Center Huynh Thi Huong Lan, the complicated developments of the COVID-19 epidemic in the country and around the world have made it impossible for tourists to travel and explore cuisine.
Thus, ‘Yum Yum Da Nang’ was launched with the aim to introcduce online tourists to Da Nang and its superb cuisine in particular.
The livestream program will be broadcast live on Saturday July 10, 17 and 26 on Facebook and TikTok channel Danang Fantasticity and on the Fanpage of Helen's Recipes.
Each livestream event will bring viewers interesting information about the typical dishes of the city such as banh xeo (sizzling cake stuffed with shrimp, pork and bean sprouts), fish noodle, 'mi Quang' (noodle with pork, shrimp, and fresh herbs), and seafood dishes, thus helping viewers easily find the answer to the question "What to eat in Da Nang?"
Many attractive gifts will also be offered to viewers who participate in quizzes during the programme.
Helen Le, whose real name is Le Ha Huyen, was born in 1984 in Da Nang. She founded the Helen’s Recipes YouTube channel in 2011 to advertise the charm of Vietnamese food. Her channel has broadcast nearly 500 videos and attracted around 600,000 subscribers around the world. She has also authored several cookbooks on Vietnamese cuisine.
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