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By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As an international city that has hosted events like the World Cup and Olympics, Rio de Janeiro has a range of cuisine available at a handful of upscale restaurants; from French and Italian to Mexican and Peruvian and Japanese to Thai. However the global culinary options are certainly not as prevalent as on other continents, and one of the gaps is authentic Vietnamese food, something that expatriate Kiet To is filling.

Mr. Kiet To arrived in Rio in late 2011, and naturally started looking for signs of Vietnamese culture and cuisine . . .

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