Rice, corn, cassava, and sweet potato (in this order) are the most commonly found crops growing in Vietnam.
Elephants, Deer, bears, Tigers, Leopards, monkeys, hares, squirrels, orangutans, wolves, birds, and insects ( if it counts )
There are no orang utan in Vietnam. These primates are now confimed primarily to Borneo and Sumatra.
What you may see are Nguoc Langurs, which are a brightly coloured kind of monkey. You would be extremely fortunate to see a tiger, but there still a few left.
In modern times, Indochina refers to the peninsula between China and India, containing the countries; Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Historically, it refers to the countries that formerly comprised the European colony called French-Indochina which included the modern countries of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Despite the French connection, none of these countries ever used the Franc as it's currency. They all used Piastre until 1954, when the colony was devolved and each country issued their own currencies (Riels, Kip and Dong, respectively).
Any valuation of note would be dependant on the date and the condition of the note. If you are unable to identify the country of origin, state the name of the bank and a detailed description of the note.
The telephone country code for Vietnam is +84. The area code for Nghe An is 038, or +84 38 in international format.
The telephone country code for Vietnam is +84. The area code for Can Tho is 071, or +84 71 in international format.
The telephone country code for Vietnam is +84. The area code for Ben Tre is 075, or +84 75 in international format.
The telephone country code for Vietnam is +84. The area code for Bac Giang is 0240, or +84 240 in international format.
Wikipedia says "Granite for the wall came from Bangalore, Karnataka, India and was deliberately chosen because of its reflective quality." Though are no sources for this information.
it means hard head. Tet= head dur= hard
Vietnam was, initially a French colony. Southeast Asia was colonised by many nations, notably: France, British Empire, Germany, Portugaul, The Netherlands and more recently the Japan and to some extent the United States.
There is no "North Vietnam" as a country. The term "North Vietnam" was an erronous term used by the US to justify there intervention into Vietnam after the Paris Peace Accord 1954 which temporarily divide the country into 2 parts, North and South. FoIn the history there was no north or south country in Vietnam. The capital of Vietnam is Hanoi.
Vietnam reunited in 1976 after the end of the Vietnam war, South Vietnam (democratic side) losing to North Vietnam (communist side).
Fansipan (3.143 m - 10.312 ft)
The highest in Indochina called "the Roof of Indochina". Fansipan located in the Lào Cai province in northwest Viet Nam, 9 km southwest of Sa Pa Township in the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range.
It's "Sawaddee Krab" if you're a boy and "Sawaddee Kha" if you're a girl.
Two separate continents.
i ment for like a doubble bubble
See related links below for a good free online Vietnamese English translator.
The Tet offensive was military a massive failure by the Vietcong in which they achieved no strategic success and lost a large number of fighters. However, it was terrible for the american army morale, who had been frequently told that they were winning and the North Vietnamese were on the brink of collapse, which was clearly not the case based on the size and penetration of the Tet Offensive showed this was untrue, and it also showed that many South Vietnamese were supporting the Vietcong and not the Americans, which again damaged morale. The same sort of thing happened to the US public, which made the Vietnam War slowly become a huge public discussion, and a political liability to the government which supported the war that the American public collectively believed could not be won.
For a military historian the Tet Offensive was an American victory, for the wider historian it was the beginning of the end of America's admitting defeat in Vietnam.
They start school (about) at the end of August, ends at beginning of June.
They go to school 6 days a week ( Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, and Sat)
Most students study for about 9-10 hours a day ( 7AM-5PM ) and extra classes ( ex: Musical classes, cooking, English, karate, dance, draw... )
But sometimes, there are students only go to school for 5-6 hours ( 7AM - 12PM or 12PM - 5PM) and of course.. there are extra classes
Unfortunately, every students must go to Summer class in July during summer break so there's not a lot of time for vacations since after that, they have to get ready for a new school year.
They dont have holidays in Vietnam except for New Year, so education is really important there.
de tuong qua
Thailand. By the way, Thailand's ancient name is Siam and Siam means Smiling People. Rather nice don't you think?
Kennedy was asked to send additional troops to Vietnam. He sent additional troops and military advisors over to Vietnam to help.