Monthly Archives: October 2011

Long Tan Day – August 18

Introduction In 1988, the Australian government decided to August 18 as “Memorial Day War in Vietnam” (Vietnam War’s Day of Remembrance. “That day also called on Long Tan (Long Tan Day) to remember the battle was occurred at Long Tan … Continue reading

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Cu Chi – Iron land of Vietnam

General Information: The tunnels of Cu Chi were built over a period of 25 years that began sometime in the late 1940s. They were the improvised response of a poorly equipped peasant army to its enemy’s high-tech ordnance, helicopters, artillery, … Continue reading

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Nguyễn – The last dynasty of Vietnam

Introduction: Trinh – Nguyễn conflict caused a large ruins and torn the country into peaces. Although Nguyễn lord implemented many economic reformed programs and opened door to the world with Hoi An and Danang habours. Nguyễn Ánh received large support … Continue reading

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Formation & Operation of Floating Market – Mekong Delta

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT MEKONG DELTA Mekong Delta  is an area made up by the silt of the Mekong River comes down from the source of the river from Tibet  through Myanma, Laos,  Thailand and Cambodia with two systems : Upper … Continue reading

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Ben Tre- New Discovery of Mekong Delta

Welcome to Ben Tre Ben Tre province has less natural advantages than other areas in Mekong delta because land is less fertile and location is isolated with main land. However, people here are not less hospitality and hard working than … Continue reading

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