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    Rolled Rice Pancake or Bánh Cuốn

    Among other members of the extended noodlefamily, bánh cuốn almost ranks first. It is a paper-thin steamed rice flour pancake, much like delicate sheets of fresh rice noodles. The pancakes are plucked off of the linen steamer base, and immediately rolled with minced pork and mushrooms, then piled on a plate, sprinkled with deep fried shallots, snipped with scissors into bite sized sections, and topped with fresh herbs such as cilantro or Vietnamese basil. A plate of bánh cuốn is a light dish traditionally eaten as breakfast in Hanoi but...

    Quan Ho

    The folk-song Quan Ho, a very rich and beautiful musical storehouse of our people, has a very long lasting history. During all its existence, successive creations have unceasingly changed the type of the folk-song Quan Ho. Today, there are "Quan Ho dai", "New Quan Ho", "the renovated Quan Ho". This shows that there may be some kinds of Quan Ho that are not real Quan Ho. Thus, from what epoch has the tradition of Quan Ho dated? One of the old polular tales narrates as follows: Once upon a time,...

    Interesting night squid fishing in the sea in Cua Lo.

    One of the factors that make the attraction of the resort is the diversity of the types of services. Night service at sea squid Cua Lo is increasingly attracting visitors. With a small basket boat, 1.5 m in diameter, woven bamboo, spreads outside the pitch, which cost about 1.5 million. Reportedly, this is the product of indigenous people, can be used in 3 years. Such a boat can carry three to five people. On the boat, outside lighting batteries also have tennis to catch squid. Off, just turn on the...

    Wedding customs of the Thai in Nghe An.

    Like many other ethnic groups, of up marriage of is very important to the Thai ethnic people. When she agreed, the boy said to his parents, uncles, cousins ​​prepare gifts to the bride to the ceremony. Mass lane miles: Usually, the boys sent 4 or 6 (even numbers) of women, including an unmarried girl, the rest is a complete family, children draw Due. To the girls, family guy having to buy gifts including cau betel, wine, green tea, cake. In conversation, if consent for boys to do in-law, the girl would be...


    THE TURKS IN NGHE AN Ethnic Turks are one of the main ethnic groups live intermingled and two ethnic Kinh and Thai ethnic communities in the mountainous region northwest of Nghe An with a population of about 80,000 people living mainly in the districts Nghia Dan, Quy Hop Tan Ky and Taihe town. Background on the origin, ethnic Turks in Nghe An by the three components from the XV century to XVIII century, most of which originated from the districts of the Kinh lowland plains due to social circumstances immigrants...


    ON THE FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT TERMS VIETNAMESE HOANG VAN HANH 1. In the widely held interpretation, the term is a term used to denote a concept defined in the system of concepts of a given science. The whole system of the terms of the science of language term capital. Generally speaking, the term can be found in Vietnamese, as well as in languages ​​other developed formed by three basic paths are: 1) Art terms of ordinary language, 2) composed of...

    Dong Ho Painting

    5866422 Dong Ho Painting is a kind of Vietnamese folk painting originating in Dong Ho Village in Song Ho Commune, Thuan Thanh District, Bac Ninh Province. Dong Ho paintings have about 300 years of history in the north of Vietnam. Dong Ho pictures are printed on a special kind of Dzo paper. The printing paper is made of bark of a tree called "Dzo". Artists use pine leave brushes to coat Dzo paper with sea bivalve mollusk powder to create a sparkling colorful background. Colors of the painting are refined from...

    The Thai Ethnic Group

    5832718 Proper name: Tay or Thay Other name: Tay Thanh, Man Thanh, Tay Muoi, Tay Muong, Hang Tong, Tay Do and Tho Population: 1,040,549 people Local groups: Black Thai (or Tay Dan) and White Thai (Tay Don or Khao) Language: Thai language belongs to the Tay-Thai group (of the Tai-Kadai language family) History: The Thai originated from inland Southeast Asia where their ancestors have lived ancient times. Production activities: Early in their history, the Thai adopted wet rice cultivation, using suitable irrational networks. The work can be summarized in the Thai...

    Hà Giang:Ẩm thực cao nguyên đá Đồng Văn

    Không phải ngẫu nhiên mà từ nhiều năm nay, vùng núi đá cực bắc của tỉnh cực bắc Hà Giang đã trở thành điểm đến của nhiều tour du lịch khám phá. Vùng đất được mệnh danh là cao nguyên đá này quá ấn tượng đối với du khách bởi phong cảnh thiên nhiên cực kỳ hùng vĩ. Nhưng không chỉ có cảnh quan, món ăn ở đây cũng rất lạ lùng... Vào các buổi sáng chủ nhật, dưới những mái ngói thâm nâu trên cao nguyên đá là...

    The H'mong Ethnic Group

    5793611 Proper name: Hmong, Na Mieo Other names: Meo, Mieu Ha, Man Trang Local groups: White Hmong, Chinese Hmong, Red Hmong, Black Hmong, Green Hmong, Na Mieo. Population: 558,053 people Language: The Hmong speak a language that belongs to the Hmong – Dao language family. Production activities: Farming is done on terraced or swidden fields where corns, rice, and wheat are planted. The farmers inter-plant other crops together with the main product, including such crops as lotus, potato, vegetable, peanut, sesame, beans, etc. The plough of the Hmong is famous for...

    Dykes Keep Vietnam abreast of History's Tide

    Control of the rivers has been crucial to the Vietnamese people’s hard-won ability to survive and thrive in a sometimes unforgiving land. The construction of dykes along rivers is without a doubt one of the most important steps in the emergence of the Vietnamese people. Before they built dykes, the Viet people had lived as hunters and collectors of wild fruits in hilly areas such as the present-day Phu Tho, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa provinces. Age of innocence: The image of children flying kites on a winding green...

    Khau Vai Love Market Festival

    5483624 The first day is for the ceremony to receive the great calendar. Moha Sang-Kran is considered a calendar which gives a detailed account of dates and festivals in a year and a forecast of rainfall so the villagers can foresee if they get a good or bad crop that year. On this day, at a selected hour no matter it is in the morning or afternoon, people take a bath and put on their best clothes in anticipation of the New Year. They take incense, lamps, flowers and fruits...

    Vietnamese Clothing

    In Vietnam, there are 54 ethnic groups, each having unique and specific styles of clothing. Traits often include splendid colors, seemingly contradicting one another in each outfit: black and red, blue and red or blue and white. The traditional costumes of native Vietnamese nations are woven with natural fiber, such as hemp, silk or cotton. These materials are fine, stable and light, appropriate for a tropical climate. The diversity and abundance of Vietnamese ethnic clothing cannot be completely dealt with in this article; we will only introduce the traditional clothing...

    Impression of Vietnamese Southern Women Costumes

    The costume of women in South Vietnam has gone through many stages of development, but still preserves its distinctive and unique imprints of the traditional culture. Costumes of southern women and children in the old days Attires of southern women in the old days Initially, the women’s costume in the North of Vietnam was ao tu than (four-piece blouse) with a bodice, a skirt and a headscarf of the ancient Vietnamese women. When the country was separated into Dang Trong (the South) and Dang Ngoai (the...

    The Mid-Autumn Festival

    Every year, on the 15th day of the 8th month in lunar calendar, the children throughout the country in Vietnam are given permission by their parents to march in a procession and carry their lanterns, to eat the Mid-Autumn Festival cakes and to perform the dragon (unicorn) dance, oh, how great and uproarious they are! This Festival is called "Mid-Autumn Festival" - or also called Children's Festival. Do you know why we have this special festival? Actually, this tradition of celebrating the Mid-autumn Festival began since the Duong Minh Hoang...

    The New Year Tree

    In the countryside, preparations come to and end with the raising of the New Year tree or Cay Neu in Vietnamese. The New Year tree is a piece of a bamboo five or six yards long is stripped bare excerpt for a little bunch of leaves. Near the top is suspended a round bamboo frame holding a few little fish and bells made of baked clay that tinkle softly in the wind. Beneath this frame are votive gifts and some thorny branches. At the top ofthe New Year tree, a...

    The Plate of Five Fruits in Vietnamese New Year

    A plate filled with five types of fruits sits on the ancestor’s altar in every Vietnamese home during the New Year. The fruits are colorful and meaningful. They make New Year more lively and sacred. In Asian mythology, the world is made of five basic elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth. The plate of fruits on the family altar at New Year is one of several ways to represent this concept. The plate of fruits also represents the desire for good crops and prosperity. The plate of fruits traditionally...

    Ancestor Worship

    The presence of the dead, the behaviour of the living, and an influence on the future - the many generations of the Vietnamese family. Ancestor worship was introduced into Vietnam by the Chinese during their long occupation of the country that began 200 years before the birth of Christ. Since then, it has been fully absorbed into the Vietnamese consciousness and, with Confucianism, underpins the country’s religion and social fabric. Ancestor worship is not only the adhesive that binds the Vietnamese together, but also one of the most difficult concepts...