A South African cultural exchange and food festival was held at Animus Lounge in Ho Chi Minh City on October 6.
Visitors to the event had a chance to taste a number of famous South African wines and learn more about their health benefits.
Honorary Consul for South Africa in Vietnam, Do Thi Kim Lien, said the festival aimed to help Vietnamese people understand more about the cuisine, art and culture of South Africa.
On the occasion, visitors were also introduced to an Italian luxury glass brand Luigi Bormioli.
Luigi Bormioli's sales manager Paolo Ganapini said Vietnam is a market with a great potential. Over the years, a wide range of the world's famous fashion and perfume brands have entered the Vietnam market, which means the daily lives of Vietnamese citizens is improving, he added.
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