Fresh Coconut Water Bac My An Market | Food Shopping Da Nang Vietnam | Tet Lunar New Year

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Where do you get your coconut water? Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s? Let’s take a short walk to the market and I’ll show you how we do it in Da Nang!

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00:00 Walking to the market
00:44 Bac My An Market coconut stall
02:50 Tet 2021 offerings
03:13 Let’s drink this coconut water!

Tet, also called Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year, is just about here! And you can see signs of this everywhere, from streets filled with flowers to ritual offering altars erected on the streets all over town. But it’s going to be a very subdued Tet this year, as we are in the grips of a reappearance of covid. Saigon is under lockdown, festivals have been cancelled in Hanoi, and we are all just waiting and hoping it can be controlled.

Until next time…be well.

I’ll be showing you more of my favorite things about winter in Da Nang over the next few months, so stay tuned!

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  1. The image of the dirty and chaotic market has been going on since before the French Colonization over 100 years ago and still going on today and will not go away for a few more generations. They cannot improve it because of the slum culture and mediocre mindset of the people deeply rooted inside each of them. Sad, very sad.

  2. Great video! That looks so good! Question about the market altar. Is it set up by the vendors, for everyone to use? Or is it set up by the community as a whole, and then usable by anyone who enters the market? And, how would one use that altar? By leaving a small offering in a designated place? Thank You for another interesting look at life in Da Nang.

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