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Women’s Day in Vietnam

Women’s Day in Vietnam

In Vietnam, people celebrate woman’s day twice a year. They observe national women’s day on 20th October and again international women’s day on 8th of March. Numerous events are being held by the Government, donors, mass organizations and NGOs on both the days.

Live Stream

Live Stream

What is Live Streaming? Why the big companies such as Facebook, Youtube develop it? How is it possible to create a great revolution in the world of technology. Let's learn through history with Y54U about the formation and development of the Live Stream.

Sai Gon

Sai Gon

So far, there has not been any satisfactory etymological definition for the name of Saigon. The historian Trinh Hoai Duc from Gia Long Dynasty ( 1802 – 1820 ) said it derived from the former name SaiGon, that means the Kapok Tree forest, Kapok trees were originally thriving in the area of Phu Lam ( Cho Lon ).

10 most beautiful destinations Vietnam

10 most beautiful destinations Vietnam

Rough Guides commented: Vietnam is a land of wonders. In addition to the big vibrant cities, the beauty was hidden in the country’s natural landscape. It's terraces, bustling markets, turquoise sea and beaches filled with white sand.

Museums & Spiritual Places in Da Nang

Experience Da Nang’s history, culture and people at the Museum of Da Nang, located inside Dien Hai Rampart – the national monument marking the first siege of Da Nang by the French ( 1858 – 1860 ). The 2,500 exhibits illustrate Da Nang’s natural and social history, the revolutionary struggle of the city, war remnants and the unique characteristics of ethnic groups in Da Nang and Quang Nam.

Ha Noi

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. In 1010, with the Edict on transferring the capital ( Chieu Doi Do ), Emperor Ly Thai To moved his capital from Hoa Lu to the confluence of the Red River and the To Lich River, the site of Hanoi nowadays. The emperor renamed the capital Thang Long, meaning the Ascending Dragon. Legend told us that in the autumn of that year, when emperor Ly Thai To arrived by his royal boat from the former capital of Hoa Lu in the shore of the Red River, Hanoi a golden dragon approached his boat then flew hight into the sky. Believing this to be a good omen, the emperor accordingly named the country’s capital after the image of the ascending dragon. Under the Nguyen Dynasty, Thang Long was renamed Hanoi.