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  • _ 54 ethnics , Kinh : 90%+ _ traditional costume: ao dai & non la _ culture: hybrid of eastern and western, and turn it into something our own _ life of rapid development yet peaceful
  • With a population of more than 80 million people, Viet Nam is home to 54 different ethnic groups, which create a diverse culture. The Viet (Kinh) people account for 87% of the country's population who predominantly live in the low land areas. The other 53 ethnic minority groups, amounting to over 8 million people, are scattered over mountainous areas covering two-thirds of the country's territory.
  • _ location ++ one of the wonders ( mountains within the sea) _ Unesco ranking for new 7 wonders _ a special tourist attraction, amount of tourists
  • With a population of more than 80 million people, Viet Nam is home to 54 different ethnic groups, which create a diverse culture. The Viet (Kinh) people account for 87% of the country's population who predominantly live in the low land areas. The other 53 ethnic minority groups, amounting to over 8 million people, are scattered over mountainous areas covering two-thirds of the country's territory.
  • With a population of more than 80 million people, Viet Nam is home to 54 different ethnic groups, which create a diverse culture. The Viet (Kinh) people account for 87% of the country's population who predominantly live in the low land areas. The other 53 ethnic minority groups, amounting to over 8 million people, are scattered over mountainous areas covering two-thirds of the country's territory.
  • With a population of more than 80 million people, Viet Nam is home to 54 different ethnic groups, which create a diverse culture. The Viet (Kinh) people account for 87% of the country's population who predominantly live in the low land areas. The other 53 ethnic minority groups, amounting to over 8 million people, are scattered over mountainous areas covering two-thirds of the country's territory.
  • _ our cuisine is part of our essence. Reflecting the vietnamese life and belief _ various in types and tastes _ fresh and healthy ^^ _ list up some courses _ thú vui tao nhã of vietnamese _ process of making and enjoying tea >>> drink (though we cannot show you all the greatness of vnese tea yet we try to give u a brief experience…..) >> Next
  • _ mixture of culture >> many kinds of festival _ yet the most important celebration in vietnam is Tet >>> we just finish TET in vn >> giving you some experience of the lunar new year…. _ Description::: . duration >> đòan tụ gia đình . Preparation :: before tet- the busiest period in the year: selling and buying, flower market & color, esp. traditional flowers (đào, mai) . New year eve: most important time of the year. Offering :: all the essence of culture. Greeting new year, farewell old year. Buds picking . Fire cracker > change to gathering . 3 days of Tet: quiet , gether with family , lucky money, go to pray, xin chữ . <focus> Flower Banh chung Greeting new year Go to pray

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  • 1. VIETNAM
  • 2. China Socialist Republic of Vietnam Hanoi Laos Hoang Sa Islands Mainland Cambodia VietnamPhu QuocIsland Con Dao Truong Sa Islands Island
  • 3. Geography 329,560 sq km Population 85,262,356 (July 2007 est.) Language Vietnamese Independence Day, 2 National holiday September (1945) Capital Hanoi 59 provinces and 5Administrative divisions municipalities Ethnic groups Kinh (Viet) 86.2% & 53 others 13.8%
  • 4. SapaHanoi (the capital) Ha Long Bay
  • 5. HueDa Nang Tay Nguyen
  • 6. Phan ThietDa Lat Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon)
  • 7. One nation, 54 ethnics
  • 8. 85 million people54 ethnic groups1 nation
  • 9. Áo dài (long dress) is theessence of the Vietnamese girls.
  • 10. An elegant, yet demure garment…
  • 11. Nón lá (palm-leaf conical hat).
  • 12. Under influences of Chinese culture and Western culture, so have Vietnamese adopted the Western elegance and Eastern grace.
  • 13. Recent years, we have achieved rapid Industrialization and modernization
  • 14. The peaceful pace of life and intimate socialinteraction seem to remain unchanged over time.
  • 15. Ha Long Bay
  • 16. Breath-taking landscape, Ha Long bay is a world-classed tourist destination.
  • 17. With its spectacular sight view and miraculous limestone structures…
  • 18. You can enjoy fresh breeze, along an energetic culture with the hospitability of people.
  • 19. Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage, Ha Long bay isranked the First position in the vote for new 7 Wonders of Nature.* *: Data on 7th April 2008 from New7Wonders website: http://www.new7wonders.com
  • 20. The bay consists of 1,969 limestone monolithic islands,several of the islands has enormous caves.
  • 21. Đầu Gỗ (Wooden Stakes Cave) is thelargest grotto in Ha Long bay.
  • 22. “Ha Long” means“the descending dragon” inEnglish.
  • 23. The Story of Lotus Tea
  • 24. Lotus TeaPurity and grace
  • 25. The astonishing Vietnamese tea art.
  • 26. Tea leaves need to be collected on hills and then dried under hotsunshine.
  • 27. Lotus flowers must be pickedat early time in the morning,when they are still wet…
  • 28. Collection lotus flowers’ bud to make the spectacular scent for the tea
  • 29. Ingredients of one variation of lotus tea.
  • 30. Vietnamese Lotus Tea - aspirit that has rooted deeplyin every single Vietnamese’ssoul.
  • 31. Beautiful and graceful.
  • 32. Lunar New Year – Tế t
  • 33. Tết (or New Lunar Year’s Eve) is one of the most significant uniqueness in Vietnamese culture.
  • 34. Crowded street in Hanoi as the New Lunar Year’s comingPeople always try to go back to their families, and the streets and markets are often overcrowded as this occasion comes.
  • 35. Young Vietnamese ladies aremaking traditional pictures, whichare symbol for luck and wishes,using engraved wood plates.
  • 36. Peach blossoms are thought as thesign of prosperity in NorthernVietnam…
  • 37. While Apricot blossoms appear everywhere in the South.
  • 38. Chung ( 층 ) Cake, which issymbolized for the earth andprosperity; is an essential specialtyto worship ancestors during Tetholiday of Vietnamese.
  • 39. Made from rice, green bean and pork, the cake is tightly wrapped using special leaves, which only grow on high mountains.
  • 40. It could take up to a day to cook Chung Cake, and this is the bestchance for family members to gather and talk right beside the fire.
  • 41. Dishes are well-prepared to worship Gods and ancestors in the NewYear’s Eve.
  • 42. People now often go out to watch the firework on the streets.
  • 43. The firework in New Year’s Eve in Hanoi.
  • 44. Firecracker was once used tothreaten the evil souls and pray forluck; however, the government hasbanned the use of it due to high injuryrate. Nonetheless, the Tet holidayhave never been less exciting.
  • 45. During the first days of a new year, people always visit relatives, friends,neighbors, and go to pagodas and temples to pray for luck andprosperity. Adults give each other best wishes, while children are oftengiven “lucky money” as a wish for new year.
  • 46. Nowadays, Vietnamese still follow many old traditions, such as getting a holyletter from scholars, or bring home some small tree branch as a sign for new seeds of success in the following year.
  • 47. THANK YOU