Only more than a week until the traditional day of Vietnamese Women on October 20. Didulich.net introduces you to the strange fate of "4 female transmissionians" of Vietnamese History entrepreneurs
In the history of nation building and defending the country, from the beginning to the present, Vietnam has many unyielding and unyielding heroines, who have led the army and the people against foreign invaders to invade the country and protect the country. First of all, there are two queens of Trung Trac and Trung Nhi.
Tourism Quang Tri is a beloved land, a place of beauty of nature and history, attracting tourists to explore and admire the ancient ruins still exist. And one of the destinations that can not be ignored is the ancient citadel of Quang Tri - the legendary ancient historical site.
The need to learn and explore history and culture is the first factor to attract tourists to Vietnam. Knowing about Vietnam with the length of culture and culture, international tourists want to see firsthand the new faces of the country along with the historical and cultural imprints.
Are you looking for a place to celebrate your teacher's birthday on November 20? Let's see the top 10 best restaurants in Hanoi, these places will surely bring you the warmth of the party.
Looking for a delicious sticky rice cake to enjoy over the Lunar New Year? Here are four things you need to know.
Yen Tu Festival, which is held at the Yen Tu historical relic and landscape area, northern Quang Ninh province, from the tenth day of the Lunar New Year through the end of the third lunar month, has become a big spring festival for Buddhists and tourists nationwide.
Then singing, also called Lau Then, is a traditional kind of ritual singing of the Nung. Then singing reflects the Nung’s religious life as well as their cultural values.
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.
When considering the styling dilemmas once faced by Vietnamese men, a "bad hair day" takes on a whole new meaning. Dao Hung explains why hairdos once led to public ridicule, whippings, and even jail terms.