Operating Values

While for the name we took the help of Vietnamese and Greek culture, for our operating values we have taken inspiration from the Incas tribe of Latin America! Or the mammal which was part of their culture, to be precise

It’s Llama – one of the most versatile animal on the earth. Llamas prefer to live on the top (on mountains) in the company of their ‘friends’, the stars!


They are long distance travelers, yet fast runners.
On a bumpy road they can cover more than 6 miles each day with around 100 pounds of weight on their back. If the weight is less, they could travel up to 20 miles each day. On a flat surface, they can run faster than a horse

They believe in community.
They need to be with other llamas to be happy. Most llamas have big personalities, but they are very loving and gentle

They do not like to be stared at
If you ever meet a llama, be sure and follow this simple rule of llama etiquette – don’t stare – otherwise the llama might spit in your face!

They are durable and dependable
Llamas can survive by eating many different kinds of plants, and they need very little water. These attributes make them survive and thrive even in sparse mountainous terrain.

Multiple utility for human community
Besides, being a good transportation device, leather is made from their hides, and their wool is crafted into ropes, rugs, and fabrics. Llama excrement is dried and burned for fuel. Some people slaughter them and eat their meat. It is not a mainstream phenomenon, though its meat is lean in line with modern dietary preferences.

Llamas are easy to train and handle
Their generally cool temperament coupled with their intelligence and curiosity makes them one of the world’s most manageable creatures.  Small children often take adult llamas through obstacle courses where the kids have more difficulty with the obstacles than the llamas!

Ease of keeping is a llama plus
They are hardy as a consequence of their experience in their original habitat, the Andes.  They utilize feed very efficiently and, in spite of their size, do well on a winter feeding regime of about one square bale per week.  City resident can keep a llama in their homes.  It is less messy than keeping a dog because llamas use one spot as their dung pile!  Their dung is pelleted and is natural source of fertab

Llamas are used in animal therapy programs with good success
They appear to have a calming effect on those in their presence. Occasionally aloof, they nonetheless seem capable of reaching out and connecting with all sorts of people.  Through their eyes, thoughtful intelligence and compassionate interest expresses itself.