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Tran Quoc is the name of Hanoi’s oldest and most sacred pagoda. Nearly 1500 years old, it used to receive kings in Buddhist memorial days and host famous Buddhist [ more... ]
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Quan Chuong is one of the Eastern gates of the earthen fortification that surrounded the Thang Long Citadel. [ more... ]
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Around 1840, as the Nguyen Kings banned Christianity in Vietnam, the Western missionaries moved to the faraway highlands in Kon Tum Province on the Mid-Vietnam plateau. [ more... ]
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The Rex Hotel combines Western architecture and a Vietnamese spirit [ more... ]
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In the times of kings, Vietnamese houses that looked out to the streets were not allowed to have views higher than the King’s palanquin. [ more... ]
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As Buddhism is reaching out to counties outside Asia, people around the world pay more attention to Buddhism these days. [ more... ]
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The gate is the symbol of many Northern plains villages, as a part of water rice civilization. It’s iconic and carries the messages of community aspiration. The village gate ties many families and clans into a community with common customs, traditions and language. [ more... ]
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Champa ruins reflect a religious tradition imported from India [ more... ]
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Từ Vân (aka Snail) is a pagoda situated at Cam Linh ward, Cam Ranh city, only about 60 km from Nha Trang, famous for its Bảo Tích tower, which was built with millions of coral and shell pieces collected from the nearby shore. [ more... ]
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Champa religious sculpture features monkeys with human-like traits [ more... ]
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Some years ago, this magazine ran a cover story of Ho Chi Minh City's Ao Dai Museum, which tells the history and displays the glorious diversity of ...
There is not a lot to see or do in Tra Vinh Province. There is some quintessentially Mekong countryside — vivid green rice fields and water coconut ...
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