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Legend has it that in 1288, during a battle between the Tran Kings' army and the Yuan invaders, [ more... ]
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Chuon Village, also called An Truyen, stands between paddy fields and the vast Chuon Lagoon. [ more... ]
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The western highlands of Tay Nguyen are full of mysteries. Small, stilted houses loom behind massive successions of mountains and heavenly gates, [ more... ]
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Hundreds of people with all kinds of traditional fish-catching tools rush down to a lagoon to hunt for fish under the boisterous cheering of thousands of others on the banks. [ more... ]
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Mid-Vietnam, the land of poplars growing on white sand of endless shores by the vast blue sea, and especially Danang, [ more... ]
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Praying for rain is a tradition of many of the 54 ethnicities in Vietnam, although it is quite different from one minority to another. [ more... ]
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Dwelling at the foot of Ngoc Linh Mountain, Quang Nam Province, the Xe Dang people value rice above most other things. At the end of each harvest, [ more... ]
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Today we rarely see a thatch heap, even in a purely agricultural countryside. But just a few decades ago, thatch heaps were a symbol of the Vietnamese countryside. [ more... ]
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During the Vietnam War, the Cu Chi District, just 60km from Saigon, was notorious as a 'steel frontier' of the communist warriors.
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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