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         Vietnam Culture:     more books (100)
  1. Search & Destroy: Vietnam War Movies (Creation Cinema Collection)
  2. Succeed in Business: Vietnam (Culture Shock! Success Secrets to Maximize Business) by Kevin Chambers, Graphic Arts Center, 1997-05-01
  3. Culture of Vietnam: Culture of Vietnam, Traditional Vietnamese wedding, Religionin Vietnam, Vietnamese cuisine, Vietnamese wine, Vietnameseart, List ... handicraft villages,Vietnamese literature
  4. Halong Bay: Vietnamese language, UNESCO, Quang Ninh Province, Limestone, Geology, Geography, Geomorphology, Climate, Culture, Vietnam, Biodiversity, History of Vietnam
  5. The Scar That-Binds: American Culture and the Vietnam War.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by David L. Anderson, 2000-04-01
  6. Why Vietnam Invaded Cambodia: Political Culture and the Causes of War. (book review): An article from: The Australian Journal of Politics and History by Martin Stuart-Fox, 2002-09-01
  7. Scar That Binds,American Culture and the Vietnam War, 2000 publication by Kith Bstti, 2000-01-01
  8. Culture in Vietnam by Melanie Guile, 2005-01
  9. Vietnam (Cultures of the World) by Audrey Seah, Charissa Marie Nair, 2005-01
  10. Culture Quest World Tour ~ Vietnam Unit Study by Paula Ordunez, 2009-02-12
  11. Vietnam:Culture Shock
  12. Succeed in Business in Vietnam (Culture Shock!) by Kevin Chambers, 2000
  13. Current Practices.(corporate culture in Vietnam): An article from: Human Resource Planning by Howard Risher, William G. Stopper, 2000-03-01
  14. Higher education in the Republic of Vietnam (Vietnam culture series) by Dinh Hoa Nguyen, 1965

61. ThinkQuest
Teaches about Southeast Asia, particularly the countries of Laos, vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia. Examines history, culture, customs, languages, food, people, religion, buildings, manufacturing, and animals.
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62. Culture
vietnam, culture, Back to Top. Chinese influence permeated all aspectsof traditional vietnamese culture, while Western influences
Country Info Vietnam Introduction Vietnam General Data Vietnam Maps Vietnam Culture ... Vietnam Time and Date Vietnam Culture Back to Top Chinese influence permeated all aspects of traditional Vietnamese culture, while Western influences have been strong in the 20th century. Vietnam's Confucian heritage is seen in the importance of family to the Vietnamese. Families are essentially patrilineal, but Vietnamese women work alongside men in many jobs and play a major role in raising children and managing family finances. When possible, the Vietnamese prefer to work from early morning until early evening, with an extended rest period in the heat of midday. In rural areas, both men and women wear trousers and shirts or blouses. On formal occasions and in urban areas, Western-style clothing is common, including skirts and blouses for women. Women still sometimes wear a form of the traditional ao dai, a long, slit tunic worn over pants. Traditional Vietnamese culture reflected the influence of neighboring China. Vietnamese art, architecture, music, and literature all followed Chinese forms. With the advent of French colonialism in the late 19th century, however, the influence of Western culture replaced that of China. Modern Vietnamese cultural expression combines the socialist realism of Communist systems with current trends in the capitalist world. Rice is the staple food. Vietnamese cuisine incorporates elements of both Chinese cooking and the cuisines of other Southeast Asian countries. Noodle soup with chicken or beef broth (pho), a distinctive kind of spring roll (cha gio), and the use of fermented fish sauce (nuoc mam) for dipping and seasoning are among the many noteworthy dishes.

63. Mr. Rowen's Travels
A travel summary from elementary teacher Rowen Sandel. Includes culture, photos, journal and what was packed as he backpacked through China, Nepal and vietnam.
January 29th, 2001
    COME SEE WHAT'S IN MR. ROWEN'S BAG COMMENTS FROM MR. STASSEN'S CLASS SEND MR. ROWEN AN E-MAIL Hi, my name is Rowen Sandel and for the past three years I have been teaching third grade at Highland Elementary School in Oakland, California where I'm better known as Mr.Rowen. On September 1st I began a ten month trip that will bring me to ten countries as I literally go around the world. I plan to visit Norway, Italy, Nepal China Vietnam , Cambodia, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, and Tonga before returning to the U.S. in early June of 2001. Over the last three years I have had many wonderful students, some of whose families are from Cambodia, Tonga, Vietnam, and Laos and one of the inspirations for this trip came from my desire to visit these countries. I also wanted to visit other places and visit other friends around the world. This website is an opportunity for the children of Highland to see images and learn stories and information about where they or their classmates come from. But it is not just for my past students, students of Highland, or people whose families are from a country I'm visiting. This site is for anyone, child or adult, who wishes to see new things, think about new ideas, and learn about things they could have only imagined before. It is for anyone who is a life-long-learner and wishes to experience the larger world we live in.
  • 64. China, Nepal, Tibet, Vietnam, Myanmar, Mongolia, The Last Frontiers Travel Consu
    Guided tours to various places in China, Tibet, Mongolia, vietnam and Nepal. Features information on excursions, local culture, and nature.
    Welcome to The Last Frontiers
    The Last Frontiers Travel Consulting invites you to travel Asia "beyond the travel books". Get close to People, Culture and Nature of China and Tibet, Mongolia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Nepal and Bhutan. Be guided by my own rich experience in these countries: I and my reliable local partners will tailor an itinerary to meet your very special interests and requirements to make your trip unforgettable.
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    65. Dong Son Bibliography
    A bibliography on the Dong Son Bronze Age culture of vietnam.
    Adi Haji Taha. 1983. Recent archaeological discoveries in Peninsular Malaysia 1976-1982. JMBRAS , 56(1), p. 47-63. Barnard, N. 1972. Early Chinese art and its possible influence in the Pacific basin . New York, Intercultural Arts Press. Barnard, N. (ed). 1976. The proceedings of a Symposium on Scientific Methods of Research in the Study of Ancient Chinese Bronzes and Southeast Asian Metal and Other Archaeological Artifact . Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria. Bennett, A. 1990. Prehistoric copper smelting in Central Thailand. In: Ian and Emily Glover (eds.). Southesat Asian Archaeology 1986 , Oxford: BAR International Series 561, p. 109-120. Southesat Asian Archaeology 1990 , Hull: Centre for South-East Asian Studies, University of Hull, p. 187-208. Bintarti, D.D. 1985. Prehistoric bronze objects in Indonesia. BIPPA Bleckman, W.R. 1972. Some Dongson motifs, their iconographical analysis and identification in related cultures , Ph.D dissertation, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Pittsburgh. Bunker, E. 1972. The Tien-culture and some aspects of its relation to the Dong So'n culture. In N. Barnard (ed).

    66. Asiafoto - Indonesian Photographs
    Travel, culture, people, scenics, and adventure of Indonesia. Also, featuring Myanmar, vietnam, Australia, and Asian food.
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    67. Wired News: CNN Journalists Speak Out
    Two producers fired for their work on a story alleging that US troops used nerve gas on vietnam defectors a report retracted last week by CNN and Time magazine have begun a campaign to exonerate themselves. By Joe Nickell. Wired News,1284,13549,00.html
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    03:30 PM Jul. 08, 1998 PT The co-producer of a story alleging that US troops used nerve gas on Vietnam-era defectors says CNN executives caved under pressure from government and military officials when they retracted the Operation Tailwind story. Former CNN executive producer Jack Smith who together with CNN's April Oliver researched and wrote the story took to the stage of the Freedom Forum's Newseum in Arlington, Virginia, today in the latest in a series of appearances to defend his work.
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    The 40-minute forum was broadcast live on the Internet via RealAudio at the Freedom Forum's site Smith, who also appeared Monday on CNN's "Crossfire," repeated his assertions that CNN executives "showed no courage, they showed no guts in the face of the pressure that rained in on this story" from military and government officials. "When [it] came time to go on the air, we had our sources that confirmed, corroborated, supported the story," said Smith. "We had sufficient sources to put that story on the air."

    68. Wired News: Rolling Blunder
    Is it 1999? Or 1961? Maybe it's 1942. The US armed forces' bully tactics with Iraq reminds Suck of the vietnam conflict's wasted years or World War II's vaunted era. Wired News,1284,17280,00.html
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    03:00 AM Jan. 12, 1999 PT Anyone remember a CNN correspondent named Wolf Blitzer reporting from the Pentagon in January 1991 that military officials were claiming credit for wiping out almost all of the 700-plane Iraqi air force? Robert Wiener, a CNN producer involved in covering Desert Storm, reminds us about the report in his book Live from Baghdad: "Wolf said all of Iraq's fixed Scud and ballistic missile sites were put out of commission and Baghdad's nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons arsenal had been 'wiped out.'" Blitzer also pointed out that the Republican Guard had been "decimated." A little while later eight years or so reporters shoveled out the straight dope from military briefings describing new strikes against Iraq. American and British officials boasted of destroying nine Iraqi missile factories, putting them out of commission according to US General Henry Shelton for "at least a year." And hitting barracks, ministry offices, armed-forces command sites, air defense systems, and just all kinds of other big stuff.
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    69. SIT Study Abroad - Viet Nam: Culture And Development Copyright © 2002 World Learning. http// modified 29Jan-2003.
    Select a Country Argentina Australia Bali Balkans Belize Bolivia Botswana Brazil Cameroon Central Europe Chile China: Yunnan Province Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Ecuador France Germany Ghana India Indonesia:Bali Ireland Jamaica Jordan Kenya Madagascar Mali Mexico Mongolia Morocco Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Panama Russia Samoa Senegal South Africa Southern Cone Spain Switzerland Tanzania Tibetan Studies Uganda Viet Nam Photo by Robert Swander
    Program Info Viet Nam Home Explore Viet Nam Student Essays Taylur Hien Nguyen Abbie Klein Tin T. Nguyen SIT Program Model ... Apply Now
    Who Are You? Prospective Students Accepted Students Advisors/Faculty Parents ... Requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader No longer isolated, Viet Nam is opening enthusiastically to foreign business investment, diplomatic cooperation, and educational exchange. This beautiful country, with its combination of ancient traditions and dynamic, cosmopolitan cities, offers unique opportunities to explore societal shifts in a rapidly modernizing nation. In this, the first and foremost U.S. undergraduate program in southern Viet Nam, you benefit from the academic resources of the National University in Ho Chi Minh City, a vibrant commercial and cultural center. Your academic studies are complemented by field excursions to the Mekong River delta, the famous war-time tunnels of Cu Chi, and the museums of Ho Chi Minh City. You also travel north to Hanoi, where you further explore the effects of entrepreneurial development and increased tourism on the lives of Viet Nam's ethnic minorities.

    70. Vets With A Mission
    vietnam veteran's group organizing humanitarian projects in vietnam. Site includes information on projects, vietnamese culture, history, photos and travel tips.
    Vet s With A Mission is doing something constructive to help a people with whom we have shared so much suffering in common. Learn more about what we do in Vietnam and what motivates us as a veterans group to help the people of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.We offer a History link, extensive Photos of this beautiful country both past and present. We've added a Current Events link and a link on the Ethnic People of Vietnam plus much more. Please sign our Guest Book and let us know when you were in country and who you served with. If you're a non-veteran or student and useing this page for reference work please let us know if our information helped you. Thanks for stopping by and giving us a chance to show you the beauty and the needs of this fascinating country called Vietnam . God Bless you and come back often.

    71. Azureva Vietnam, Culture Et Histoire Du Pays
    Translate this page Mairies et offices du tourisme. culture. Musées, expositions, fondations,. Fantastiquewebsite d'un ancien GI de la guerre du vietnam, La guerre du vietnam,
    Vietnam Tous les voyages I Locations I Vols secs I I Voyages en groupes Voyage individuel GUIDES PAYS accueil Cuba Espagne Grece Italie Maroc Portugal Turquie Vietnam -v Bretagne Guadeloupe Nlle Caledonie Val de Loire Corse SOMMAIRE
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    Inscrivez-vous: Vous serez informés des nouveautés sur AZUREVA Votre @-mail: Nous écrire LES MUSÉES, EXPOS, SITES CULTURELS De l'idéogramme à l'alphabet Les tunnels de Cu Chi près de Saigon sont entrés dans la légende Le réseau sous terrain comptait près de 200 Km de galeries, véritable moyen de communication à la barbe des soldats US.

    72. Vietnam,culture, Tourism, Photos And Informations
    City Halls and Tourist Offices. culture. Museums, exhibits, organization,. HISTORY.A former GI's fantastic website on the vietnam war, The vietnam war (French),
    Vietnam country guides I holidays I rentals I plan your trip I search I postcards I webcams Countries home Cuba Spain Greece Italy Morocco Portugal Turkey Vietnam -v Brittany Guadeloupe New Caledonia Loire valley CONTENTS
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    Your e-mail: Write to us Museums, Exhibits, Cultural sites From the ideogram to the alphabet (French) The tunnels of Cu Chi near Saigon are now legendary. The underground network contained more than 200 Km of tunnels; a huge communications network right under the noses of American troops.

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    75. Vietnamese American Society
    Nonprofit, non-political organization dedicated to promoting vietnamese culture, fostering better business relations between vietnam and the US, and serving the vietnamese community.

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    ... Site History General News Dinner with John Balaban and Ngo Thanh Nhan Nguyen Duy Poetry See a few photos from the Nguyen Duy poetry reading in Washington, D.C. You can also order his book here Listen to the poetry reading Introductory Remarks (2 min) The Poetry Reading (80 min) Audio contains Vietnamese and English... requires Windows Media compatible player (.wma format) APA Spring Banquet Some photos of the 5th Annual Asian Pacific American (APA) Spring Banquet at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, May 20. Digital Audiobooks Original Articles Thi Lai Water Project An article by an East Meets West Foundation volunteer on the growing of a clean water program. "Death Dealers" in Vietnam Jeff Moore talks about his lesson on shadow businesses while living in Vietnam. Commentaries President's Corner The Vietnamese-American community, 25 years in the U.S.

    76. Dragon Travel's Vietnam Tours & Travel Information
    culture tours, trekking, sea canoe, cycling, diving, incentive trips, hotels, car rental and air ticket.
    Mini Breaks Trek Expeditions Handicraft Tours Cycling Trips ... FAQs Vietnam - Fascinating Country . Area: 331,114 sq Km. Population: 79 million. Capital: Hanoi. Vietnam Tour Laos Tour Cambodia Tour

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    79. Pictures Of Vietnam
    culture, traditions and landscapes of vietnam are illustrated in 300 photos taken in ten weeks of travel by a photographer of vietnamese ancestry.
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    Vietnam offers its visitors a great diversity of beautiful landscapes, as well as a vibrant traditional culture and lifestyle. This gallery tries to portrait those aspects of the country in 300 images resulting from ten weeks of travel.
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    (91 images) Information Vietnam locations Bac Ha Can Tho Chau Doc Da Lat Da Nang and Hoi An Delta countryside Halong Bay Hanoi Hue Markets of HCM Nha Trang Ninh Binh Northern People Perfume Pagoda Sapa South-west coast Southern People Streets of HCM Tay Ninh Temples of HCM Vung Tau Home Buy fine art prints Stock photography Contact

    80. Vietnam Travel Guide -
    Sightseeing, culture, cuisine, transportation and useful information.
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    Please click the following link to see Vietnam Travel Guide. All-Vietnam-Hotels.Com - Vietnam Hotels Resveration Center - Reservation of hotels in Vietnam including Halong, Hanoi, Sapa, Danang, Dalat, Hoi An, Hue, Nha Trang, Can Tho, Chau Doc, Con Dao, Ho Chi Minh City, Phan Thiet, Phu Quoc, Vung Tau and Long Hai with discount hotel rate, also provide travel guide, hotels review, packages and tours. Back To Home Page All-Vietnam-Hotels.Com

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