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Trần Phán

Trần Phán is a commune (xã) and village in Đầm Dơi District, Cà Mau Province, in Vietnam.Category:Populated places in Ca Mau Province read more

Yêu một người – Sống bên một người

''Yêu một người – Sống bên một người'' ("Love one person - live with another") is a studio album by Vietnamese Pop singer Minh Tuyết. This marks her fourth solo album released under the Thuy Nga label. The album features a collection of well known pop songs, mainly ballads, that the singer is mostly famous for and two Hip hop and R&B inspired tracks with duets from Bằng Kiều, Vietnamese rapper Thaifoon, and upcoming singer Mai Tiến Dũng.==Production==With every album release,... 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

Người bí ẩn

''Người bí ẩn'' is a Vietnamese comedy panel game show based on British ITV's ''Odd One In'', produced by Đông Tây Promotion and broadcast on the HTV. It is hosted by comedian Huynh Tran Thanh and is starred by comedians Việt Hương and Hoài Linh in role of regular Home Team (aka Husband & Wife). The first season of the show debuted on March 30, 2014. 13 episodes were ordered and 26 celebrities were invited to act as 13 Away Teams.==Format==Two teams take on a guessing game with a series... read more

Tôi là... người chiến thắng

''Tôi là... người chiến thắng'' is a Vietnamese vocal game show, airing on HTV7 at 9:00 pm (UTC+7) prime time slot every Saturdays. The show premiered on May 25, 2013 with Bình Minh as the host and Siu Black/Hoài Linh as a special 101st judge. The winner of the show might take home 300,000,000 VND in cash (roughly $14,000). The first season includes 12 episodes, featuring contestants in eight categories namely Boys, Girls, Male Singers, Female Singers, Students, Middle Ages, Celebrities... 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

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List of species described in 2016

List of species formally described and other new taxa of organism in 2016 classified by time of publication.== January 2015 ==# Murina kontumensis Acta Chiropterologica, 17(2): 201–232, 2015 PL ISSN 1508-1109 © Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS Nguồn tin: TS. Nguyễn Trường Sơn - Viện Sinh thái và Tài nguyên sinh vật. Xử lý tin: Thanh Hà. Viện Hàn lâm Khoa học và Công nghệ Việt Nam cập nhật 18/1/2016 16:50# Aselliscus dongbacana Acta Chiropterologica (Impact... read more

Hoàng Hiệp

Hoàng Hiệp (Chợ Mới, 1 October 1931 - Saigon, 9 January 2013) was a Vietnamese songwriter.John Shepherd -Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world: Volumes 3-7 2005 "The poem addresses the dangers and hardships of their respective routes; Hoang Hiep's setting is lyrical and evocative of southern folk music. In South Vietnam, while the army and the war played an important role, popular music was largely .." He was a recipient of the Hồ Chí Minh Prize in 2000. (VOV) 20 Jan 2013... read more

Âu Lạc

Âu Lạc (甌雒/甌駱) was the name of the Vietnamese state from 257 BCPhilip Quang Phan, ''Vietnamese-American engineers: An examination of the leadership ...'' - Page 26 University of Phoenix - 2009 "The first written records of Vietnamese in leadership date back to 258 BC, with Thục Phán as King An Dương Vương of the kingdom Âu Lạc (Nguyễn, 1999). Throughout history, Asians in leadership positions was related to the following ..." to 179 BC. It merged the lands of the former states... read more

Churu people

The Churu (or Chru; called Chu Ru or người Chu Ru in Vietnamese, ''người'' meaning "people") people live in Lâm Đồng Province, in Vietnam's Central Highlands. The group's population is approximately 15,000. They speak Chru, a Malayo-Polynesian language.During the French colonial period, the most influential highland leaders in the Da Lat area were Churu. They were said to be the most advanced among the highlanders because of their historical links to the Cham.Gerald Hickey, ''Sons of the... read more

Giáy people

The Giáy (Vietnamese: ''người Giáy'') are an ethnic group in Vietnam who speak the Bouyei language. Most live in the Lào Cai, Hà Giang, Lai Châu, and Cao Bằng provinces of northern Vietnam. In 1999 the population was 49,098.They serve dishes called ''lạp siềng'' and ''lò nùng''. They sing ''vương'' and ''phướn''. They celebrate the Roóng Poọc festival on the snake day of the first lunar month. read more

Cho Ro people

The Chơ Ro (or Chau Ro, Do Ro; Vietnamese: người Chơ Ro) are a Mon–Khmer people in Vietnam. Most Chơ Ro live in the Đồng Nai, Bình Dương, Bình Phước, Bình Thuận, Lâm Đồng, and Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu provinces. The population was 22,567 in 1999.Their New Year Festival (Cho Ro language: Yang Pa) has the purpose of worshipping their Rice God. read more

Laha people

The La Ha (Vietnamese: người La Ha) are an ethnic group of Vietnam. Most La Ha live in the Yên Bái and Sơn La provinces, and numbered approximately 5,686 people in 1999. They speak the Laha language, which is part of the Tai–Kadai language family.The La Ha celebrate the Pang A Nụn Ban Festival to show deep gratitude to their doctors. They offer them bitter bamboo and Mạ Rệ flower, both of which are popular drugs. read more


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