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Writing history in Vietnam. 1983, to bid farewell to Vietnamese volunteer soldiers of the Military Unit 4 -- Cuu Long Military Corps after they completed their mission in Cambodia. — VNA File Photo: I flew into what did not look like an international airport.
Vietnam Business Culture: Conducting Business in Vietnam Successfully. While Vietnam is a land of opportunities you need to have some level of understanding of the Vietnam business culture in order to unlock those possibilities. In this article we point out most common ways on how to build good relationships with (potential) partners in Vietnam.
Basic Vietnamese phrases for greetings. At the very least, if you are planning to spend a bit of time in Vietnam, you should get familiar with these common Vietnamese phrases as you will be able to use them very frequently during your time here.
A graphic memoir of a South Vietnamese family’s refugee experiences and their settlement in California. Painful, moving, and gripping. Lan Cao, The Lotus and the Storm An epic about the shattering impact of the Vietnam War on one family, and connecting that war to America’s misadventures in the Middle East.
Other articles where Vietnamese is discussed: Cambodia: Ethnic groups: The Vietnamese minority occupied a somewhat lower status than the Chinese, and most of them fled or were repatriated to Vietnam after 1970. In the 1980s, however, a large number of Vietnamese migrants, many of them former residents of Cambodia, settled in the country.
Vietnamese Art Art in Vietnam exists from as early as 8000 BCE, in the form of clay pottery, known as neolithic art, forming an integral part of Vietnamese culture. But art as we see it now, is not just limited to pottery, but can be seen in the form of dance, cinema, paintings, architecture etc.
Amongst the many novels written about Vietnam’s bellicose 20 th century, The Mountains Sing stands out for numerous reasons. It’s the first novel written in English by a Vietnamese citizen and published by a major publisher that, significantly, almost entirely ignores the presence of Americans; they don’t even get any speaking roles.