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  • Vietnam bordered by People's Republic of China (PRC) to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, and the South China Sea, referred to as East Sea (Vietnamese: Biển Đông), to the east. With a population of over 89 million, Vietnam is the 13th most populous country in the world.Colonized -. (of a country or its citizens) Send settlers to (a place) and establish political control over it.2. Come to settle among and establish political control over (the indigenous people of an area).
  • The aodai (Vietnamese: áodài) is a Vietnamesenational costume, now most commonly for women. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over pantaloons
  • The aodai (Vietnamese: áodài) is a Vietnamesenational costume, now most commonly for women. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over pantaloons
  • The aodai (Vietnamese: áodài) is a Vietnamesenational costume, now most commonly for women. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk tunic worn over pantaloons
  • Red envelopes are mainly presented at social and family gatherings such as weddings or on holidays such as the Lunar New Year. The red color of the envelope symbolizes good luck and is supposed to ward off evil spirits.
  • Although bánhtét are made and consumed during Tết (the Vietnamese new year), the "tét" in the food's name literally means "sliced" or "split", possibly referring to the fact that it is served in slices. "Bánh" is used to refer to various baked and grilled food including small packages or "cakes", sandwiches, crepes, and spring rolls.[1]
  • The Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, which is in September or early October in the Gregorian calendar. It is a date that parallels the autumnal equinox of the solar calendar, when the moon is at its fullest and roundest. The traditional food of this festival is the mooncake, of which there are many different varieties.Traditionally on this day, Chinese family members and friends will gather to admire the bright mid-autumn harvest moon, and eat moon cakes and pomelos under the moon together. Accompanying the celebration, there are additional cultural or regional customs, such as:
  • The Vietnamese version of the holiday recounts the legend of Cuội, whose wife accidentally urinated on a sacred banyan tree, taking him with it to the Moon. Every year, on the mid-autumn festival, children light lanterns and participate in a procession to show Cuội the way to Earth.
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  • 1. Visit Vietnam
  • 2. Map of VietnamWelcome to Vietnam
  • 3. School Uniform
  • 4. School Uniform: Elementary to MiddleSchool
  • 5. High School and College Uniform : áodài)
  • 6. Everyone wear áo dài
  • 7. Colorful áo dài I Say Gold
  • 8. Different Outfits from DifferentRegions North Middle South Áo bà ba (or VietnameseÁo Tứ Thân or “4- silk pajamas) is a traditionalpart dress” is the Áo dài Vietnamese costume. It istraditional costumes Khan Dong most associated withfor Northern southern Vietnam, especiallyVietnamese in rural areas.
  • 9. New Year/Tết
  • 10. Vietnamese Lunar NewYear/TếtIn Vietnam, red envelopes are called lì xì (a monetary gift which isgiven during holidays or special occasions).
  • 11. Bánh TétBánh tét is a Vietnamese savoury but sometimes sweetened cake madeprimarily from glutinous rice, which is rolled in a banana leaf into a thick, log-like cylindrical shape, with a meat or vegetarian filling (such as mungbeans), then boiled.
  • 12. Other Foods Consumed on TếtMứt: These dried candied fruits Thịt Kho Tàu (Vietnamese Caramelized Pork Braised in Coconut Juice w/ Star Anise)
  • 13. Autumn Moon Festival2011: September 12 Moon Cakes Lanterns
  • 14. kids with lanterns.
  • 15. There’s a strange image on themoon.Legend of the Moon Boy (Cuoi)
  • 16. Legend of the Moon Boy (Cuoi)
  • 17. Banyan Tree
  • 18. Legend of the Moon Boy (Cuoi)
  • 19. Some Songs Em Trong Mat Toi You In My Eye Nồng Nàn Hà Nội + Em Trong Mắt Tôi Hello Vietnam I Say Gold VietNam The Hidden Charm