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Vi Đức Hồi

Vi Đức Hồi (born c. 1957) is an ethnically Tay Vietnamese democracy activist and former Communist Party official of Lạng Sơn Province. He was imprisoned in 2011 for advocating a multi-party system and democracy.Hoi joined the Communist Party in 1980 and advanced to a high rank training other party leaders. In 2006, he began to advocate the adoption of a democratic system. The following year, he was stripped of his rank and expelled from the party. He later began blogging as a member of the... read more

Ngọc Hồi District

Ngọc Hồi is a rural district (''huyện'') of Kon Tum province, in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 30,392. The district covers an area of 824 km². The district capital lies at Plei Can. read more

Battle of Ngọc Hồi-Đống Đa

Battle of Ngọc Hồi-Đống Đa (; ) was fought between the Tây Sơn dynasty of Vietnam and the Qing dynasty of China in Ngọc Hồi and Đống Đa in northern Vietnam from 1788 to 1789. It is considered one of the greatest victories in Vietnamese military history.Spencer TuckerVietnam Page 20 1999 "Quang Trung promised to treat humanely all Chinese who surrendered and many did so.53 The Vietnamese know this series of victories as the Victory of Ngọc Hồi-Đống Đa, the Emperor Quang Trung's... read more

Brau people

The Brau people () are an ethnic group living in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. In Vietnam, most Brau live in Đắc Mế village, Bờ Y commune, Ngọc Hồi district, Kon Tum province (Đặng, et al. 2010:112), and the population was 313 in 1999. They speak Brao, a Mon–Khmer language.The Brau have only two surnames: Thao (for male) and Nang (for female). They have customs such as ''uốt bưng'' (filing teeth), ''tavattơpit'' (strain ears), and ''chingkrackang'' (tattoo on forehead). They tell... read more

100000 (number)

One hundred thousand (100,000) is the natural number following 99999 and preceding 100001. In natural numberscientific notation , it is written as 105.== Terms for 100000 ==In natural numberscientific notationIndia , natural numberscientific notationIndiaPakistan and natural numberscientific notationIndiaPakistanSouth Asia , one hundred thousand is called a natural numberscientific notationIndiaPakistanSouth Asialakh . The Thai , Lao , Khmer and Vietnamese languages also have separate... read more

Chinh phụ ngâm

The ''Chinh phụ ngâm'' ("Lament of the soldier's wife", 征婦吟) is a poem in classical Chinese written by the Vietnamese author Đặng Trần Côn (1710-1745).Laurence C. Thompson ''A Vietnamese Reference Grammar'' Page 73 1987 "An adopted child, for example, typically adds the family name of his new family to his own surname (the new name preceding): Dang Tran Con, a famous eighteenth-century author, was the adopted son of a family named Dang; his original ..." It is also called the ''Chinh... read more

Nón quai thao

Woman in áo tứ thân dress with nón quai thao hatThe Ba tầm (nón "hat" quai "strap" thao "tassels") is a traditional Vietnamese flat palm hat.Kirsten W. Endres, Andrea Lauser - ''Engaging the Spirit World: Popular Beliefs and Practices in Modern Vietnam'' 2012 "The Ten Girls were each allocated one two-storied house, three sets of clothes, one box of adornments, one flat palm hat (nón quai thao) and one traveling case in which to store everything." It is also called the nón ba tầm, (hat... read more

Vietnam Airlines Flight 831

Vietnam Airlines Flight 831, a Tupolev Tu-134 crashed in a rice field near Semafahkarm Village, Tambon Khu Khot, Amphoe Lam Luk Ka, Pathum Thani, Thailand while operating a flight from Hanoi to Bangkok. The cause of the accident is undetermined, however the pilots reported the aircraft may have been struck by lightning. Three crew and 73 passengers died in the accident. This accident was the second worst accident at the time in Thailand, and is currently the fifth worst.== Passengers ==Among the... read more

Đắk Tô

Đắk Tô is a village in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and in the so-called "tri-border" area where the borders of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia come together.==Geography==Located just north of the Vietnamese town of Tan Canh (nicknamed "Tin Can" by American GIs), Dak To is populated by a Montagnard tribal people known as the Degar. Dak To is in a lush region of forest-covered mountains and deep valleys, with cool and refreshing streams in abundance.==History==During the Vietnam War, Dak To was... read more

Flag Tower of Hanoi

The Flag Tower of Hanoi () is a tower in Hanoi, Vietnam, which is one of the symbols of the city and part of the Hanoi Citadel, a World Heritage Site. Its height is 33.4 m (41 m with the flag). == History ==The tower was built in 1812 during the Nguyen dynasty as an observation post to the Hanoi Citadel. Unlike many other structures in Hanoi, it was not destroyed during the French invasion (1896-1897), and was continuously used as a military post. It is now located in the Vietnam Military History... read more

Lê Văn Khôi

(;Việt Nam sử lược/Quyển II/Cận kim thời đại/Chương III died 1834) was the adopted son of the Vietnamese general Lê Văn Duyệt. He led the 1833–1835 Lê Văn Khôi revolt against Emperor Minh Mạng, but died in 1834.As Duyệt was being prosecuted and his relatives condemned, Khôi had been imprisoned, but managed to escape on May 10, 1833. Soon, numerous people joined his revolt, in the desire to avenge Duyệt and challenge the legitimacy of the Nguyễn Dynasty.Wook, p.... read more

Nguyễn Trãi

Nguyễn Trãi (阮廌), also known under his style name Ức Trai (抑齋); (1380–1442) was an illustrious Vietnamese Confucian scholar, a noted poet,Patricia M. Pelley ''Postcolonial Vietnam: New Histories of the National Past'' 2002 - Page 125 "One of the most celebrated poets was Nguyễn Trãi, whose famous victory poem, poems addressed to military personnel, poems in classical Chinese, and, most critically, his poems in nom were granted a place of special honor in the literary canon." a skilled... read more

Kit Carson Scouts

A "Tiger Scout" as the Kit Carsons were called in the 9th DivisionThe Kit Carson Scouts (, a term loosely translated as "members who have returned to the righteous side") belonged to a special program initially created by the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War involving the use of former Viet Cong combatants as intelligence scouts for American infantry units.==Origins of the Program==The Kit Carson Scout Program recruited Viet Cong defectors (Hồi Chánh Viên or Chiêu Hồi) to work as intelligence... read more

Thanh Trì District

Thanh Trì is a district (''huyện'') of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam.Thanh Trì is located on the southeastern side of Hanoi, on the western bank of the Red River. It is adjacent to Thanh Xuân District in the northwest, Hoàng Mai District in the north, Hà Đông in the west, Gia Lâm District in the east (across the Red River), and Thanh Oai District and Thường Tín District in the south.Thanh Trì's terrain is mostly low-lying, gradually descending towards the southeast in the direction... read more

Chieu Hoi

"Viet Cong, beware!" – Chieu Hoi leaflets urging the defection of Viet CongThe Chiêu Hồi Program ( (also spelled "chu hoi" or "chu-hoi" in English) loosely translated as "Open Arms") was an initiative by the South Vietnamese to encourage defection by the Viet Cong and their supporters to the side of the Government during the Vietnam War.==Campaign==Chieu Hoi Mission by Craig L. Stewart, U. S. Army Vietnam Combat Artists Team IX (CAT IX 1969-70). Painting shows army soldiers airdropping Psy... read more

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