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Vingroup Opens University in Hanoi

It is Vietnam’s first private non-profit university.  Tuoi Tre reports that Vingroup opened VinUni University on Wednesday after 14 months of construction work. VinUni covers 23 hectares of land within the Vinhomes Ocean Park development in Gia Lam District.  The opening comes just a few days …

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The Beauty Of Ao Dai Hue

Many people say that residents of Hue (the old imperial city of Vietnam during 1802-1945), from the members of reputed families to ordinary traders and retailers, are always decent in their speaking and gestures. Wearing an old Ao dai (traditional long dress) torn out with time, or made with luxurious …

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T’rung is one of the popular musical instruments closely associated with the spiritual life of the Bahnar, TSedan, Giarai, Ede and other ethnic minority groups in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. This traditional folk-musical instrument is made of short bamboo tubes differing in size, with a notch at one end …

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