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To the Vietnamese, the New Year’s tree (cây nêu) is a much-cherished cultural symbol. It comes with a legend soaked in love to humanity. [ more... ]
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Goats, a familiar, unique and meaningful household animal, are also used as a sharp and humorous metaphor, in Vietnamese proverbs and folklore. [ more... ]
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2015 is a year of the Goat. The goat is not a very sympathetic animal, because people often use it as a symbol of unpleasant things; [ more... ]
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The hour of goat is between 1 and 3 p.m., just after noon, the time of siesta before starting another working session. [ more... ]
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Firelight of New Year’s Eve.’ When thinking of or uttering these words, my mind immediately falls back into those New Year’s Eve nights of my childhood. [ more... ]
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They call the men who live in nests that hang on the poles, those that pitch their nets in the middle of the sea, ‘the nest men.’ [ more... ]
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To most of the countryside, the well is the source of life. Each household may have their own well, but each village has also at least one common village well. [ more... ]
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In ancient times lived the brothers Tan and Lang, who, although their ages were different, looked as alike as two peas in a pod. [ more... ]
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Silkworm cocoon cultivation at Co Chat Village, Phuong Dinh Commune, Truc Ninh District of Nam Dinh Province has long been praised in folk songs for ...
A short while ago, I was asked if the Vietnamese fondness for eating snails were a consequence of the former French presence here.
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