Tra Vinh University exhibits scientific research products at Tra Vinh province’s OK Om Bok event

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TVU – From November 2–8, 2022 at the Tra Vinh Provincial Cultural Center, Tra Vinh University participates in 05 booths to display and commercialize scientific products, OCOP (One Commune One Product) products, and startup products of TVU’s students as part of the cultural tourism ceremony program – Southern cuisine festival associated with Ok Om Bok Festival in 2022.

TVU’s products on display: wood apple wine, dried cordyceps mushrooms, honey turmeric starch, TVU tea bags, and specialized books for studying and teaching entrepreneurship are among the products on the show; Startup products that win high honors in the Startup Competitions at all levels in 2022, including tools for remote pump control and field water level monitoring; Many OCOP products are available to serve customers who come to the store and shop, including main ginseng soaking in honey, crayfish fish sauce, mango noodle soup, herb-rubbed cabbage, rice dipping sauce, and many more.

Vice President of TVU Dr. Thach Thi Dan stated: “This is an opportunity for students and lecturers of the University to introduce research results, scientific products, and typical startup items to interact and trade with enterprises. It is also a chance to collaborate on product development and investment, to look for ways to cooperate, and to promote the consumption of the university’s output.”

From November 2 to 8, Tra Vinh province will host Culture and Tourism Week – Southern Food Festival in conjunction with Ok Om Bok Festival 2022. The event will feature a number of intriguing activities, including the Southern Food Festival, titled “Space of folk cakes and cuisine of Tra Vinh province”; the Art Festival of Non-Specialist Dance, the Fair of Rural Trade and Industry Promotion, the introduction and honoring of OCOP products, the Ngo Boat Race, and Ok Om Bok Festival Night.

Displaying typical goods made by the Khmer ethnic group: There will be booths from 9 districts of Tra Vinh province that will display typical goods like costumes, musical instruments, fishing equipment, sculptures, etc. Additionally, there will be documentary photos recording the productive labor activities as well as the cultural and spiritual life of the Khmer ethnic group in Tra Vinh province. The booths often organize traditional cultural exchanges to serve and attract visitors.

By Tin Di