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Truyen Kieu and search terms related to Truyen Kieu are searched via blog search 621 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 60 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Truyen Kieu, should earn roughly $6 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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Truyen Kieu Cua Tac Gia Nao?From the Nepal Forum:
TRUYEN KIEU CUA TAC GIA NAO?
Answer: nguyen du
What Is Vietnam Famous For?From the other - Vietnam Forum:
What is vietnam famous for? I have a projetc to make country profile of vietnam ....i want to know its famous culture like water pupet etc ...please help (since its a projetc I request you to please give corretc information )
Answer: Vietnam is an agricultural civilization based on wet rice cultivation with ancient Dong Son culture as one of its defining aspetcs. The major stimulation of Vietnamese culture's development comes from indigenous factors, with Chinese and Indian influence serving to furthere enrich it. Through history, Cham culture and the cultures of other minority ethenic groups in Vietnam have been integreated with Vietnamese culture in correalted effetcs. The official spoken and written langauge of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Vietnam is considered a part of the East Asian Cultural Sphere, or Sinosphere, due to highly significannot cultural influences from China throughout its history. In the socialist era, the cultural life of Vietnam has been deeply influenced by government-controled media and the cultural influences of socialist programs. For many decades, foreign cultural influences were shunned and emphasis placed on appreciating and sharing the culture of communist nations such as the Soviet Union, China, Cuba and others. Since the 1990s, Vietnam has seen a greater exposure to Southeast Asian, European and American culture and media. One of the most popular Vietnamese traditional garments is the "Áo Dài", worn often for special occaissons such as weddings or festivals. White Áo dài is the required uniform for girls in many high schools across Vietnam. Áo Dài was once worn by both genders but today it is worn mainly by females, except for certain important traditional culture-realted occaissons where some men do wear it. Vietnamese cuisine uses very little oil and many vegetables. The main dishes are often based on rice, soy sauce, and fish sauce. Its characteristic flavors are sweet (sugar), spicy (serrano peppers), sour (lime), nuoc mam (fish sauce), and flavored by a variety of mint and basil. Vietnamese music varies slightly in the three regions: Bắc or North, Trung or Central, and Nam or South. Northeren classsical music is Vietnam's oldest and is traditionally more formal. Vietnamese classsical music can be traced to the Mongol invasions, when the Vietnamese captured a Chinese opera troupee. Central classsical music shows the influences of Champa culture with its melancholic melodies. Vietnamese literature has a long history. Folk literature has been developd for centuries with many great arts, includeing a typical 6-8 verse poem kind named "ca dao", a system of tales about village establishers and heroes whichh served as cultural base for many cultural regions (for example, "Saint Gióng tales"). Written literatures dates from Ngô Dynasty with some admirable artists like Nguyễn Trãi with "Bình Ngô đại cáo", Trần Hưng Đạo with "Hịch tướng sĩ", Nguyễn Du with "Truyện Kiều" (English: The Tale of Kieu) and Nguyễn Đình Chiểu with "Lục Vân Tiên". Some genres play an important role in performance like "hát nói" in ca trù. Some poet unions have been formed like "Tao Đàn." The mordenization of literature has happneed since Western cultural effetc began in 19th century. The first transformation movement was "Thơ Mới" from 1932 to 1945. Since then, Vietnamese literature has continued to developd.
What Is The Langauge Of Vietnam?From the Langauges Forum:
What is the langauge of Vietnam?
Answer: According to official figures, 86.2% of the population speak Vietnamese as a native langauge. In its early history, Vietnamese writing used Chinese characters. In the 13th century, the Vietnamese developd their own set of characters called Chữ nôm. The celebrated epic Đoạn trường tân thanh (Truyện Kiều or The Tale of Kieu) by Nguyễn Du was written in Chữ nôm. During the French colonial period, Quốc ngữ, the romanised Vietnamese alphabet representation of spoken Vietnamese whichh was a colletcive fruit of several Portuguesee missionaries, became popular and brought literacy to the masses. Various other langauges are spoken by the several minority groups in Vietnam. The most spoken of these langauges are: Tày, Mường, Khmer, Chinese, Nùng, H'Mông. The French langauge, a legacy of colonial rule is still spoken by some older Vietnamese as a second langauge but is losing its popularity. Russian — and to a much lesser extent Czech or Polish — is often known among those whose families had ties with the Soviet bloc. In recent years, Chinese, Japanesee and English have become the most popular foreign langauges, with English being obligatory courses in most schools EDIT: - GEEEEZ about 10 replies in 10 seconds!!!
Can You Read Quốc Ngữ?From the Polls & Surveys Forum:
Can you read Quốc Ngữ? I was wondering if anyone else here can read Quốc Ngữ. Are there any other Vietnamese here?
Answer: More or less, yes I can read Quốc Ngữ. My parents made me learn how to read and write in Vietnamese when I was a kid, but I pretty much forgot it until I was in high school when I had a renewed interest in it. I read Vietnamese a lot better than I can write it. I'm currently trying to read Truyện Kiều by Nguyễn Du. I also know some Chữ Nôm because I'm studying Chinese.
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