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I had been suffering from a bad back-in silence-for fear my local wife would offer me the same remedy as in a previous occurrence of this same ailment. [ more... ]
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Imagine for a moment: In a courtyard stand rows of warriors, their arms extended. Despite the noise from the street, it is quiet, as though a solemn ritual has begun. [ more... ]
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The last representative of the golden generation of Vietnamese literature gave his final breath in Hanoi on July 6, leaving the literature community mourning. [ more... ]
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Heritage sites dedicated to the Holy Mother Mary in the world have become pilgrimage sites for faithful Catholics like (the French) Lourdes [ more... ]
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On a gentle, sunny afternoon, at the headquarters of the Tay Ninh Province Literature and Arts Society, a crowd of the province’s familiar belletrists were assembled. [ more... ]
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Photographer Tran Tuan said that for the last 35 years, he had taken thousands of photos of General Vo Nguyen Giap – the legendary military strategist of Vietnam, who died in October. [ more... ]
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The passing of any great and or famous figure is likely to trigger a surge of interest in any recordings or writings he or she may have left behind. [ more... ]
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In 1996, I asked an errant photographic artist MPK in Dalat about the contemporary photographers with whom he took the most interest. MPK replied immediately, ‘Thi Tho’. [ more... ]
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Mum’s home!’ someone says, and it makes the whole family get up and rush to the river bank, where my mum unloads burden sixty or seventy kilos of fish, shrimps and crabs. [ more... ]
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The rare and valuable Himalayan Yew is endemic to Lam Dong Province in the Central Highlands. It ranks among the species that contain the active agent 10-DB III, which is converted into taxol to make the foremost cancer treatment medicine in the world. [ 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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