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Vietnam Heritage has been publishing a series based on 2,000 Years of Vietnamese Ceramics by Nguyen Dinh Chien and Pham Quoc Quan, published by Vietnam National Museum of History, Hanoi, 2005. [ more... ]
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Since the times of legends, the Co Tu in the mighty mountains of Truong Son have been using bark as body armour to fight bad weather, beasts and enemies. Bark armour is a unique feature of this ethnicity. [ more... ]
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To many dwellers of Buon Ma Thuot Township, Dak Lak Province, the café at 599 Le Duan Street is no longer an eccentric place with many hundred-million-year old fossils and rocks, [ more... ]
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One can recognize the ceramic village Phu Lang, Que Vo District, Bac Ninh Province by neat walls of pots, jars and sarcophagi that wrap around it. [ more... ]
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At Festival Hue 2008, artist Than Van Huy presented paper lotuses from Thanh Tien Village, Phu Mau Commune, [ more... ]
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Once upon a time, on a mountain top, a Hmong couple had six sons; all were smart, strong and humble, and all were talented bamboo flute players. [ more... ]
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In the South, among the old idolized items, wood carvings were the rarest, and then came reliefs, painted in red and gold [ more... ]
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Famous not only for its endless paddies, stunning lotus ponds and sweet fruits, such as Cao Lanh mangoes, [ more... ]
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Among the several tens of thousands of archeological artifacts drawn up from bottom of the Huong River in Hue [ more... ]
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Pasteboard masks have been Hanoi kids’ toys, especially in the occasion of Mid-Autumn celebrations, for ages. But today, just a handful of people ...
In Phan Thiet, bánh hỏi with pig bowels (lòng heo) is synonymous with Phu Long Town, which is the name of the native place of this dish, where it is ...
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