Hanoians cook traditional rice cakes for flood victims


As of October 22, some 7,000 banh chung had been made and sent to Thua Thien – Hue, Quang Binh, Quang Tri, and Ha Tinhh.
In this photo, Thich Tinh Quan, head monk of the Dinh Quan Pagoda, puts sticky rice into leaves for wrapping. “We were touched to see monks in Hue prepare food for people in flooded areas. So we cooked banh chung to share the burden of our people,” she said, adding the food is tasty, clean and keeps people full for longer.



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