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Anyone who has been in Vietnam for more than a few days should be familiar with the name Vo Thi Sau. [ more... ]
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Prior to the twentieth-century, the means for conveying goods among the Vietnamese were quite primitive and belonged to the sorts of those societies most underdeveloped in the world at that time. [ more... ]
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The patent for the pedicab, which first appeared in Marseille, France, was registered in the 1930’s. [ more... ]
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In Vietnam, it was not until the twentieth century that printing houses began employing Western methods that used machinery and printed fine lead letters. [ more... ]
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The Vietnamese people have possessed the art of papermaking since around the third century. [ more... ]
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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, [ more... ]
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60 years ago, tens of thousands of women from all over the country followed troops to Dien Bien Phu [ more... ]
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In 1954, French and Vietnamese Communists’ forces fought a decisive battle in Dien Bien Phu in the northwest for control of a small mountain outpost. [ more... ]
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Alexandre Yersin, who is credited for discovering Dalat, was born on 9 September, 1863 in Switzerland. He studied medicine and then went to France to work in Pasteur’s laboratory. [ more... ]
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At the end of the nineteenth-century, Dalat was still a deserted place without a single Vietnamese person. The founding of Dalat owed itself to the initiative of the French. [ more... ]
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