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Trống quân

Trống quân singing is a response folk song of Vietnam. It is often found in festivals and performed as alternating singing between boys and girls.Bulletin of the International Council for Traditional Music - No.104-107 2004 Page 28 International Council for Traditional Music "Alternating singing "Trong quan " in Due Bac village, Phu Tho province. "Trong quan" means "Military Drum". This is a ritual singing repertory performed under the alternating singing between boys and girls in the ceremony... read more

Quân Bình

Quân Bình is a commune (''xã'') and village in Bạch Thông District, Bắc Kạn Province, in Vietnam.Category:Populated places in Bac Kan Province read more

Người giấu mặt

''Người giấu mặt'' is a Vietnamese version of the ''Big Brother'' reality television show based on the Dutch television series of the same name originally created in 1997 by John de Mol's company Endemol. The show is based on a group of strangers, known as Housemates, living together twenty-four hours a day in the "Big Brother" house, isolated from the outside world but under constant surveillance with no privacy for five months more.In 2016, the 7th Season of ''Pinoy Big Brother'' used this... read more

Hà Huy Tập

Hà Huy Tập (Cẩm Xuyên, 24 April 1906 – executed at Hóc Môn 28 August 1941) was the third General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).Hoang ''Viet Nam Quoc Dan Dang: A Contemporary History of a National Struggle'' 2008 Page 244 "Later, a number of cadres in the New Vietnam Revolutionary Party (TVCMĐ) - Hà Huy Tập, Trần Phú, and Trần Phạm Hồ - disbanded and formed the Indo-Chinese Communist League"Ngày này năm xưa - Văn Hải Nguyễn... read more

Thiền uyển tập anh

''Thiền uyển tập anh'' (禪苑集英, Collection of Outstanding Figures of the Zen Garden) is a Chinese-language Vietnamese Buddhist biographical text dating to 1337.Cuong Tu Nguyen Zen in Medieval Vietnam: A Study and Translation of Thiè̂n Uyẻ̂n Tập AnhPhilip Taylor -Modernity and Re-Enchantment: Religion in Post-Revolutionary Vietnam 2007 - Page 464Thien Do Vietnamese Supernaturalism: Views from the Southern Region 2012 34 Thiền Uyển Tập Anh, the fourteenth century text on... read more

Quốc âm thi tập

The ''Quốc âm thi tập'' (國音詩集 "National language poetry collection") is a vernacular-Vietnamese language poetry book written in chữ nôm script attributed to Nguyễn Trãi. The collection of 254 poems was traditionally written after Nguyễn Trãi's retirement from court life.Mark W. McLeod, Thi Dieu Nguyen Culture and Customs of Vietnam 2001- Page 68 "... printing them — the earliest body of nom texts that we have dates from the early post-occupation era and is attributed to Nguyen... read more

Tiến Quân Ca

The "Marching Song" (, ), also known as the "Army March" and the "Song of Advancing Soldiers", is the national anthem of Vietnam , both written and composed by Văn Cao in 1944. The "Marching Song" was adopted as the Văn Caonational anthem of North Vietnam in 1945, and was adopted as the North Vietnamnational anthem of the new North Vietnamnational anthemSocialist Republic of Vietnam in 1976, following the reunification of both North Vietnamnational anthemSocialist Republic of VietnamNorth... read more

Đỗ Minh Quân

Đỗ Minh Quân (Ho Chi Minh City, 7 January 1984) is Vietnam's top tennis player. He has won Vietnam's national championship ten times. A win over France's Kevin Botti in April 2012 gained him a place in the ATP Rankings for the first time.==References==Category:Tennis players at the 2006 Asian GamesCategory:Tennis players at the 2010 Asian Games read more

Mạc Hồng Quân

Mạc Hồng Quân (born 1 January 1992) is an Overseas Vietnamese footballer who plays in the attacking position for Than Quảng Ninh in the V-League. He is a member of the Vietnam national football team.==Early life==Born in Hải Dương, Hong Quan migrated to Czech Republic with his family in 2000 at the age of 8.===AC Sparta Prague B===Hồng Quân began his professional career with the B squad of AC Sparta Prague.===Thanh Hóa===Hồng Quân made his highly anticipated debut in the V.League... read more

Tĩnh Hải quân

Tĩnh Hải quân or the Jinghai regiments (Chinese: 靜海軍, pinyin: Jìnghǎi-jūn) was the name of Viet Nam from 866 to 968. It was the reconstituted Chinese military protectorate of Annam in northern Vietnam during the Third Chinese domination of Vietnam.China and Her Neighbours, from Ancient Times to the Middle ... Sergeĭ Leonidovich Tikhvinskiĭ, Leonard Sergeevich Perelomov - 1981 "Gao Kan was appointed commander of the reconstituted military protectorate of Annan, which was renamed Jinghaijun... read more

Lạc Long Quân

Lạc Long Quân (literally "Dragon Lord of Lạc"; also called Hùng Hiền Vương) is considered the second Hùng king of the Hồng Bàng Dynasty of ancient Vietnam (known then as Văn Lang and before that as Xích Quỷ). Quân was the son and sole successor of Kinh Dương Vương (the first Hung king), who ruled over Xích Quỷ. He is thought to have become king in 2793 BC. He is also a significant figure in Vietnamese mythology.In modern day, his life is mixed with many legends. Quân's... read more

Quân Đội Nhân Dân

''Quân đội nhân dân'' (Vietnamese for ''People's Army'') is a Vietnamese newspaper headquartered in Hanoi. It is under the authority of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party of Vietnam and the Ministry of Defense. It is published in English and Vietnamese languages.It was established as a revolutionary newspaper with the name ''Vệ quốc quân'' during the First Indochina War and later changed its name to Quân đội nhân dân.==External links==Category:Newspapers published... read more

Quân khu 7 Stadium

Quân khu 7 Stadium (7th Military Region Stadium, ) is a stadium on Hoang Van Thu street, Tan Binh District, near Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City. It has a capacity of around 25,000 and is one of the largest stadiums in the city.This stadium was one of the venues of 2007 AFC Asian Cup finals, hosted by four South-East Asian countries, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. The show has hosted several entertainment events. Korean artist Rain had two concerts in this stadium... read more

Người giấu mặt (season 1)

Người giấu mặt, season 1 was the first season of the Vietnamese reality television series Người giấu mặt based on Big Brother franchise. The show was launched on VTV6's primetime block from November 12, 2013 and will conclude on January 14, 2014. Twelve strangers originally have the first meeting, and later one more housemate was introduced after one's leaving.==Production==After nearly 11 years rekindled the idea of bringing Big Brother to Vietnam, VTV6 and coordinate production BHD... read more

Việt Điện U Linh Tập

''Việt Điện U Linh Tập'' (chữ Hán:粵甸幽靈集 or 越甸幽靈集) Collection of Stories on the Shady and Spiritual World of the Viet Realm) is a history of Vietnam written in Chinese (chữ nho) compiled by Lý Tế Xuyên during the 14th century Trần dynasty. The English "Viet Realm" (or "Yue Territory") derives from alternative Chinese characters designating Vietnam under the Chinese domination as Jiaozhi. Chinese sources tend to use the Chinese title Yuedian (粵甸, Yue as in... read more


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