Coffee culture exhibition opens in Vietnam metro

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Vietnam's top coffee processor, Trung Nguyen, opened an exhibition of 100 coffee-related items in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday.

 

Running till next January 4, the exhibition introduces visitors to the process of making a cup of coffee during different periods in history throughout the world.

 

They are part of a collection of some 10,000 items that Trung Nguyen has acquired from Jens Burg, who runs a big coffee museum in Germany.

 

The items representing ancient and contemporary coffee culture will be displayed at the "International Coffee Museum" currently built by Trung Nguyen in Buon Ma Thuot town, the central highlands province of Dak Lak.

 

It's the first-ever coffee exhibition to come to Vietnam. At the moment, there are five museums of its kind operating in Brazil, Ethiopia, England, Germany, and Japan.

 

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