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The funeral of the death

The funeral of the death

According Lê Huu Khoa (1996), death could be summed up four words: the rung ve coi (leaf falls on the root), symbolizing the fact that death is perceived as "Completion of a loop, the culmination of his return to the homeland, the land of the ancestors (...). The death in this world who believe in ancestor worship is therefore not a death in solitude or isolation (...)

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Birth and choosing a name in VietNam

Birth and choosing a name in VietNam

At birth, the baby is considered to be one year old since according to Buddhist thought, life is linked with the reincarnation of the spirit, and begins at conception in the minds of parents, and will continue during the nine month of pregnancy.

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The village community

The village community

Lang (village) is called XA (XA sometimes may include several Lang). XOM (Hamlet) is called THON (sometimes THON may include several XOM).

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The genesis of Ao Dai

The genesis of Ao Dai

According to legend, Two Ladies Trưng wore áo dài of two gold-framed, with golden parasol, on the elephant back in battles. Afterwards, to honor the Vietnamese women avoid wearing dresses with four sides instead of two.vietnam travel, vietnam tour, vietnam vacation, vietnam historic, vietnam information, vietnam trip, vietnam trekking, vietnam hotel, tour guide vietnam, vietnam holiday

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Conical hat and charm

Conical hat and charm

Conical hats are traditionally for women (for women in general) are wearing their lovely life and have a lot of efficiencies in the use of everyday life, and therefore hat nonique is chosen as the typical logo TYPIC TRAVEL and they protect all its customers directly during their trip to Vietnam.

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Geomancy

Geomancy

Many Vietnamese continue to use geomancy which is one of the oldest divination technique to analyse for important events ... consultation dates, weddings, funerals-orientation of burials or monuments and different religious practices.

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