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Vietnam PresentMrs.Panida TaseeByMiss Prawnapa WipayaID.534302219 Class.S.5304 : 

Vietnam PresentMrs.Panida TaseeByMiss Prawnapa WipayaID.534302219 Class.S.5304

Culture : 

Culture Vietnam as a part of the East Asian Cultural Sphere (Sinosphere).

Vietnamese phở noodle soup with sliced rare beef and well done beef brisket. : 

Vietnamese phở noodle soup with sliced rare beef and well done beef brisket.

Municipal Theatre, also known as the Saigon Opera House : 

Municipal Theatre, also known as the Saigon Opera House

The Temple of Literature, main entry : 

The Temple of Literature, main entry

This woman wears a white Ao Dai, the national costume of Vietnam : 

This woman wears a white Ao Dai, the national costume of Vietnam

Vietnam is an agricultural civilization based on wet rice cultivation with ancient Dong Son culture as one of its defining aspects. The major stimulation of Vietnamese culture's development comes from indigenous factors, with Chinese serving to further enrich it. Through history, Cham culture and the cultures of other minority ethnic groups in Vietnam have been integrated with Vietnamese culture in correlated effects. The official spoken and written language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Vietnam is considered a part of the East Asian Cultural Sphere, or Sinosphere, due to highly significant cultural influences from China throughout its history. : 

Vietnam is an agricultural civilization based on wet rice cultivation with ancient Dong Son culture as one of its defining aspects. The major stimulation of Vietnamese culture's development comes from indigenous factors, with Chinese serving to further enrich it. Through history, Cham culture and the cultures of other minority ethnic groups in Vietnam have been integrated with Vietnamese culture in correlated effects. The official spoken and written language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Vietnam is considered a part of the East Asian Cultural Sphere, or Sinosphere, due to highly significant cultural influences from China throughout its history.

In the socialist era, the cultural life of Vietnam has been deeply influenced by government-controlled media and the cultural influences of socialist programs. For many decades, foreign cultural influences were shunned and emphasis placed on appreciating and sharing the culture of communist nations such as the Soviet Union, China, Cuba and others. Since the 1990s, Vietnam has seen a greater exposure to Southeast Asian, European and American culture and media. : 

In the socialist era, the cultural life of Vietnam has been deeply influenced by government-controlled media and the cultural influences of socialist programs. For many decades, foreign cultural influences were shunned and emphasis placed on appreciating and sharing the culture of communist nations such as the Soviet Union, China, Cuba and others. Since the 1990s, Vietnam has seen a greater exposure to Southeast Asian, European and American culture and media.

Education : 

Education

Ha Noi's University of Medicine Vietnam has an extensive state-controlled network of schools, colleges and universities but the number of privately run and mixed public and private institutions is also growing. General education in Vietnam is imparted in 5 categories: Kindergarten, elementary schools, middle schools,high schools, and college/university. Courses are taught mainly in Vietnamese. A large number of public schools have been organized across the country to raise the national literacy rate, which was 90.3% between 2003 and 2008.[73] There are a large number of specialist colleges, established to develop a diverse and skilled national workforce. : 

Ha Noi's University of Medicine Vietnam has an extensive state-controlled network of schools, colleges and universities but the number of privately run and mixed public and private institutions is also growing. General education in Vietnam is imparted in 5 categories: Kindergarten, elementary schools, middle schools,high schools, and college/university. Courses are taught mainly in Vietnamese. A large number of public schools have been organized across the country to raise the national literacy rate, which was 90.3% between 2003 and 2008.[73] There are a large number of specialist colleges, established to develop a diverse and skilled national workforce.

A large number of Vietnam's most acclaimed universities are based in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Facing serious crises, Vietnam's education system is under a holistic reform launched by the government.[clarification needed] In Vietnam, education from age 6 to 11 is free and mandatory.[citation needed] Education above these ages is not free; therefore, some poor families may have trouble paying tuition for their children without some forms of public or private assistance. Regardless, school enrollment is among the highest in the world and the number of colleges and universities increased dramatically in recent years, from 178 in 2000 to 299 in 2005. : 

A large number of Vietnam's most acclaimed universities are based in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Facing serious crises, Vietnam's education system is under a holistic reform launched by the government.[clarification needed] In Vietnam, education from age 6 to 11 is free and mandatory.[citation needed] Education above these ages is not free; therefore, some poor families may have trouble paying tuition for their children without some forms of public or private assistance. Regardless, school enrollment is among the highest in the world and the number of colleges and universities increased dramatically in recent years, from 178 in 2000 to 299 in 2005.

FoodA unique “banh xeo” in Vietnam : 

FoodA unique “banh xeo” in Vietnam Bun goi da”

Banh it” - sticky rice cake : 

Banh it” - sticky rice cake

Quang noodle, so good speciality : 

Quang noodle, so good speciality

Ô mai” – a dilicious nosh! : 

Ô mai” – a dilicious nosh!

Giò” – Vietnamese dainty morsel in Spring : 

Giò” – Vietnamese dainty morsel in Spring

Come to My Tho for tasting Hu Tieu : 

Come to My Tho for tasting Hu Tieu

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