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Lý Nhã Kỳ

Trần Thị Thanh Nhàn (born 1982), better known as Lý Nhã Kỳ is a Vietnamese actress, model and businesswoman. She is known for portraying Diem Kieu in VTV's series Kiều nữ và đại gia (''The beauty and the wealthy''). Since 2011, she has been serving as the Tourism ambassador of Vietnam. 13 May 2013 She was also ambassador for Operation Smile in Vietnam.Aside from her native tongue Vietnamese, Kỳ is also fluent in English, German, and Mandarin Chinese,http://www.baomoi.com/Vi-sao-Ly-Nha-Ky-tro-thanh-Dai-su-du-lich-Viet-Nam/122/7081726.epi==... read more

Kỳ Cùng River

The Kỳ Cùng () is a major river of northeastern Vietnam. It flows through Lạng Sơn Province . Tributaries include the Bắc Giang River and the Bắc Khê River. The source of the river is at an altitude of 1166 metres in northern Đình Lập District. HIstorically the valleys in which the river passes through have been important for agricultural production and were inhabited for centuries by the Bac Son peoples. During the Lý Dynasty an extensive market for trade between the Vietnamese... read more

Lý Tế Xuyên

Lý Tế Xuyên (chữ Hán: 李濟川; fl. 1400) was a Vietnamese historian, compiler of the ''Việt Điện U Linh Tập'' (Collection of Stories on Spirits of the Departed in the Viet Realm).Olga Dror Cult, Culture, and Authority: Princess Liễu Hạnh in Vietnamese History 2007- Page 205 "Lý Tế Xuyên, Việt Điện U Linh Tập (Collection of Stories on Spirits of the Departed in the Viet Realm), pp. 41-45.Patricia M. Pelley Postcolonial Vietnam: New Histories of the National Past -... read more

Nhã nhạc

''Nhã nhạc'' is a form of Vietnamese court music. Vietnamese court music is very diverse, but the term ''nhã nhạc'' (雅樂, meaning "elegant music" or "ceremonial music") refers specifically to the Vietnamese court music performed from the Trần dynasty of the 13th century to the Nguyễn dynasty at the end of the 20th century.==Nhã Nhạc==Vietnamese court music was performed at annual ceremonies, including anniversaries and religious holidays, as well as special events such as coronations,... read more

Bát Nhã

==Background==Following 39 years in exile, the widely known Zen Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh returned to Vietnam in 2005. The visit made the front pages of state-owned newspapers. Initially, the group had government approval, and his return raised expectations that religious restrictions would be relaxed in Vietnam. During this visit, Nhat Hanh's followers were invited by Abbot Duc Nghi, a member of the official Buddhist Church of Vietnam, to occupy Bat Nha monastery and continue their sectarian... read more

Tam Kỳ

Tam Kỳ () is the capital city of Quảng Nam Province, in the South Central Coast of Vietnam.==History==The town was established in 1906 under the Nguyễn Dynasty as an administrative and tax post.Bradley Camp Davis ''States of Banditry: The Nguyễn Government, Bandit Rule, and the culture of power in the post-Taiping China-Vietnam Borderlands'' 2008 Page 106 "unspecified bandits ransacked two tax posts, including Tam Kỳ ... Tam Kỳ returned steady revenue" During the Republic of Vietnam,... read more

Vũ Kỳ

Vũ Kỳ (1921–2005) was the personal secretary to Vietnamese president Ho Chi Minh. Kỳ was born Vũ Long Chuẩn in 1921 at Hương Canh, Vĩnh Phú. Ky obtained the post in 1945 after Ho had declared independence from France during the August Revolution, and remained until Ho's death in 1969. Ky was born Vũ Long Chuẩn and later renamed by Ho., Transitions, ''The San Diego Union-Tribune'', 24 April 2005, retrieved 16-08-2009Pierre Brocheux, Claire Duiker, ''Ho Chi Minh: a biography'',... read more

Cao Kỳ

Cao Kỳ is a commune (''xã'') and village in Chợ Mới District, Bắc Kạn Province, in Vietnam.Category:Populated places in Bac Kan Province read more

Đồng Kỳ

Đồng Kỳ is a commune (''xã'') and village in Yên Thế District, Bắc Giang Province, in northeastern Vietnam.==References==Category:Populated places in Bac Giang Province read more

Hồng Kỳ

Hồng Kỳ is a commune (''xã'') and village in Yên Thế District, Bắc Giang Province, in northeastern Vietnam. ==References==Category:Populated places in Bac Giang Province read more

Phú Bình District

Phú Bình is a rural district of Thái Nguyên Province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 139,753 . The district covers an area of 249 km². The district capital lies at Hương Sơn.==Administrative divisions==Hương Sơn, Bàn Đạt, Bảo Lý, Dương Thành, Đào Xá, Điềm Thụy, Đồng Liên, Hà Châu, Kha Sơn, Lương Phú, Nga My, Nhã Lộng, Tân Đức, Tân Hòa, Tân Khánh, Tân Kim,Tân Thành, Thanh Ninh, Thượng Đình,... read more

Nhã Nam (rural commune)

Nhã Nam is a commune (''xã'') and village in Tân Yên District, Bắc Giang Province, in northeastern Vietnam.==References==Category:Populated places in Bac Giang Province read more

Lý dynasty

The Lý dynasty ( ; ) (, Hán Nôm: 家李), sometimes known as the Later Lý dynasty, was a Vietnamese dynasty that began in 1009 when Lý Thái Tổ overthrew the Early Lê dynasty and ended in 1225, when the queen Lý Chiêu Hoàng (then 8 years old) was forced to abdicate the throne in favor of her husband, Trần Cảnh. During Lý Thánh Tông's reign, the official name of Vietnam became Đại Việt.==History==Ceramic pagoda with lotus, bodhi leaf, dancer decoration, Hanoi (11th-13th century)The... read more

Phủ Lý

Phủ Lý is the capital city of Hà Nam Province of Vietnam 60 km south of Hanoi on the river Đáy.==History==Phủ Lý was taken by the French canonnière ''l'Espingole'' and 28 men captained by Adrien-Paul Balny d'Avricourt on October 26 1873, shortly before Balny's death together with Francis Garnier at Hanoi's West Gate."Après la prise de la citadelle de Hanoï par Francis Garnier le 20 novembre 1873, il participe à l'occupation du delta du fleuve Rouge, s'emparant notamment de Hung-Yen le... read more

Bắc Lý

Bắc Lý is a commune (''xã'') and village in Hiệp Hòa District, Bắc Giang Province, in northeastern Vietnam.==References==Category:Populated places in Bac Giang Province read more

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