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Hồ is a Vietnamese surname. The name is transliterated as Hu in Chinese and Ho in Korean.Ho is the anglicized variation of the surname Hồ. Not be confused with Ho surname in Vietnamese, it's literally called ''Hà''.The Hồ 胡 clan which founded the Hồ dynasty in Vietnam originated in Zhejiang province of China., p. 166., p. 161. read more

Bác Ái District

Bác Ái is a district (''huyện'') of Ninh Thuận Province in southeastern Vietnam.Category:Districts of Ninh Thuan Province read more

Kim Bác Sơn

''Kim Bác Sơn'' is a small gilded metal ornament to decorate courtier's cap in the Nguyễn dynasty. It is thought to first appear in the late Lê dynasty. read more

Đông Hồ

Đông Hồ is a village in the Song Hồ commune (làng Đông Hồ, xã Song Hồ), in Thuận Thành District, Bắc Ninh Province, Vietnam. It is one of several well known "craft villages", other most notable ones being Non Nước marble village (làng đá Non Nước) and Cam Ne mat village (Làng chiếu Cẩm Nê) in Da Nang, the Bát Tràng pottery village and Vạn Phúc silk village (also called làng lụa Hà Đông) near Hanoi, and the Phước Kiều bronze casting village (Làng... read more

Đàn hồ

The đàn hồ is a two-stringed vertical violin with wooden resonator. The term hồ ("barbarian, central Asian" 胡) derives from Chinese hu, as in Chinese huqin 胡琴). It is similar to the đàn gáo.Terry E. Miller, Sean Williams ''The Garland handbook of Southeast Asian music'' Routledge 2008 Page 263 "Three other bowed lutes have different resonators: đàn cò phụ "subordinate fiddle," with its slightly larger resonator; đàn gáo or đàn hồ "coconut-shell fiddle"; and đàn cò chỉ... read more

Hồ Xá

Ho Xa is a small town, 10 km north of Hien Luong Bridge on Ben Hai river. The town serves as administrative seat of Vinh Linh District, Quang Tri Province, Vietnam.Category:Populated places in Quang Tri Province read more

Phìn Hồ

Phìn Hồ is a commune (''xã'') and village of the Mường Chà District of Điện Biên Province, northwestern Vietnam. The commune covers an area of 114.3 square kilometres and has a reported population of 2544 inhabitants in 2005.==References==Category:Populated places in Dien Bien Province read more

Hồ chicken

The Hồ chicken or gà Hồ is a breed of chicken originating in Bắc Ninh Province, Vietnam.. Domestic Animal Diversity Information System of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Accessed August 2014. It is one of many local chicken varieties in Vietnam including: gà Ri (the most popular breed), gà Tàu Vàng, gà Nòi, gà Đông Tảo, gà Mía, gà Tam Hoàng, gà Lương Phượng, etc.Khoa học công nghệ nông nghiệp và phát triển nông thôn 20 ... Ministry... read more

Hồ dynasty

The Hồ dynasty (, 胡朝, ''Hồ triều'', ) was a short-lived six-year reign of two emperors, Hồ Quý Ly in 1400-01 and his second son, Hồ Hán Thương, who reigned from 1401 to 1406. The practice of bequeathing the throne to a designated son (not simply passing it on to the eldest) was similar to what had happened in the previous Trần dynasty and was meant to avoid sibling rivalry. Hồ Quý Ly's eldest son, Hồ Nguyên Trừng, played his part as the dynasty's military general. In 2011,... read more

Trúc Hồ

Trúc Hồ (born April 2, 1964) is a successful Vietnamese American musician turned producer, most famous for his series of musical variety shows entitled "Asia" (produced by his company ) and his 24-hour Vietnamese channel Saigon Broadcasting Television Network.== Activism ==For several years Truc Ho has been an activist for human rights and democracy in Vietnam. His campaign named "One Million Hearts, One Voice" collected over 135,000 signatures from 63 nations on a petition to be presented to... read more

Hồ Tràm

Hồ Tràm is a small beach town located in Vietnam's Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province, in Xuyên Mộc District. It is situated about 125 kilometers southeast of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).Ho Tram’s pristine, undeveloped beachfront sits at just 2 hours from HCMC by car or 90 minutes via the ferry from HCMC to Vũng Tàu.''Lonely Planet Vietnam'' - Page 405 Nick Ray, Yu-Mei Balasingamchow, Iain Stewart - 2009 - "Another 5km east of Loc An, there's a lovely stretch of sand that's blissfully undeveloped,... read more

Don Hồ

Hồ Mạnh Dũng (born February 22, 1970), better known as Don Hồ is a Vietnamese American singer who is known for appearing in ''Paris By Night''.==Early life==Don Hồ (Real Name: Hồ Mạnh Dũng) was born on February 22, 1970 in Saigon, Vietnam. His family originally came from northern Vietnam, but they left in 1954 through Operation Passage to Freedom, fleeing the encroachment of communist rule over North Vietnam. He came to the US in 1980 and attended Santa Ana Valley High School. During... read more

Buôn Hồ

Buôn Hồ is a town (''thị xã'') of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The district was established in January 2009. Before, it was a part of Krông Buk District.Buôn Hồ is subdivided into seven wards (''phường'') and five communes (''xã'').As of December 2008, Buôn Hồ had a population of 101,554. The district covers an area of 282 km2. read more

Hồ Cốc

Hồ Cốc is a small beach community located in Vietnam's Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province, in Xuyên Mộc District."Present status of Spa Tourism in Vietnam", in ''Journal of Geology'': Issues 15-20 Cục địa chất Việt Nam - 2000 "It can be associated with neighbouring tourism points of the area, such as Hồ Cốc Lake, Hô Trăm Lake, bong Hải Beach, Vũng Tàu Resort Town, the monument built in honour of the heroine Võ Thị Sáu, relics of Minh Đạm guerilla resistance base..."... read more

Hồ Khanh

Hồ Khanh (born 1969) is a Vietnamese logger turned cave guide and conservationist from Quảng Bình Province. He is renowned as the first to discover the largest-known cave on Earth.==Biography==During the 1990s, Hồ Khanh was working as an illegal logger in Bố Trạch. During an jungle expedition to extract agarwood in 1991, Hồ Khanh reportedly discovered the huge enormous cave entrance, with a wide river flowing out of it. Without any rope or gear, Khanh did not venture further into the... read more

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