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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #20 on: May 07, 2019, 08:57:20 PM »






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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #21 on: May 23, 2019, 07:36:04 AM »
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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #22 on: May 24, 2019, 12:15:43 AM »
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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #23 on: May 24, 2019, 06:27:34 AM »
Onto the longships in light of recent revevation..




If you want to see what modern Dongsonian look like, look up the mountain-living Muong tribe in the Thanh Hoa area!




Guy with baseball cap in middle and lady on the far right look biracial..


Woman on left with Germanic bone structures: high cheekbones and deep-set eye sockets


“Dam duong” or “Cham duong” involves pounding rice activity but it is more artistic and well organized during the festivals of the Muong people.


Woman standing up high in the middle!






Soulful beats: To Muong ethnic people, gongs are not simply musical instruments. People treat them like living bodies with souls and deep understanding.




In the 54 ethnic communities of Viet Nam, the Muong ethnic group rank 4th among the largest ethnic in Vietnam. The Muong people have very close relations with the Kinh and residing in the Northern provinces, the highest density is in the Hoa Binh province and some mountainous districts of the Thanh Hoa province. The cultural identity of the Muong ethnic cultures associated with the Hoa Binh culture more than a thousand years ago. The Muong have the same origins as the Kinh, therefore, their language is in the Muong-Vietnamese group.

Need woods to build ships..



https://baomoi.com/cong-chieng-vang-doi-nui-rung-trong-le-hoi-muong-kho/c/29659821.epi


 

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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #26 on: June 12, 2019, 05:50:45 PM »
Sài Gòn Ơi! Vĩnh Biệt - Ngọc Lan


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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #30 on: July 03, 2019, 06:09:32 PM »



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Hoan Kiem Lake used to called Luc Thuy Lake ( Green Water Lake) because the water is green all the year around. And it was named Hoan Kiem Lake from 15th century with the legend “The Golden Turtle claim sword”. The Legend tells that during the war against the Minh aggressors (1417-1427), King Le Thai To was given a precious fairy Sword by the Golden Turtle God. After 10 years of continuous struggling, the King finally defeated the Chinese and reclaimed the nation’s independence. After that, on a nice day, while boating on Luc Thuy Lake, a large turtle came towards him. It immediately grabbed the sword with its mouth and submerged. He realized that the God must have lent him the sword to drive back the enemy, but then that his nation was free, the sword must be returned. Hence, King Le Thai To named Hoan Kiem Lake or Lake of the Restore Sword. In addition, the lake also associates with the famous architectural works such as: Tortoise Tower, Ngoc Son Temple, and The Huc Bridge. In the middle of the lake is Turtle Tower, so as to remind Vietnamese people of the Turtle God of his great assistance. Besides, the red Huc Bridge, which means “where the sun light is absorbed”, curves like shrimp and led into Ngoc Son Temple. Hoan Kiem Lake has two small islands: Turtle Island and Ngoc Island where Ngoc Son Temple is located. In 1865, Nguyen Van Sieu remodeled Ngoc Son Temple on the Ngoc Island. On the Ngoc Boi Mountain, he built a tower of brush and on the tower, there were three words: “Ta Thien Thanh” or “write on blue sky”. That tower is called But Tower today. Hoan Kiem lake has a seasonal beauty with different colors: green in spring, red in summer, yellow in autumn and silver in winter.  In the spring, the weather is warm. The trees come crashing buds and emerge. In the summer, it is hot but it is cooler in Hoan Kiem lake. The flamboyant trees bloom with red flowers. In June, many people come to see barringtonia acutangula trees blossom. In the autumn, the leaves change the color into yellow and it makes Hoan Kiem Lake bring a calm beauty. In the winter, the weather is very cold. Bare trees make a very own beauty for Hoan Kiem Lake. You can enjoy many activities around Hoan Kiem Lake. In the early morning, many people come here to do morning exercises and breathe fresh air. In the course of one of the high profiled meetings in Hanoi, an Australian prime minister also joined the early jogging around the lake. In the afternoon, in the old quaterter, many colorful clothes and shoes will attract you. Besides that, the smell of street food also dazzles you. In the evening, when the lights turn on, Hoan Kiem Lake is more sparkling beauty because of decorative lights on trees around lake. Many couples hold hands and walk side by side along the lake. You can sit down on one of the stone bench, enjoy the view and have a good talk with some local friends. Hoan Kiem Lake is worth visiting repeatedly at different times of day and in any seasons in a year.

https://www.vietnamlandtour.com/guide/hoan-kiem-lake-ngoc-son-temple




Váy của người phụ nữ miền Bắc xưa đúng như mô tả trong một câu đố: “Vừa bằng cái thúng mà thủng hai đầu, Bên ta thì có, bên Tàu thì không”. Làm vua 20 năm, nhưng Minh Mạng (1820-1840) đã hai lần ra sắc dụ bắt dân chúng Đàng Ngoài phải thay đổi cách ăn mặc theo người Đàng Trong.





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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #31 on: July 10, 2019, 03:54:34 AM »

Ngoc Lan, whose real name is Le Thanh Lan, was born on 28 December 1956 in Nha Trang (also known as St. Maria Maria Le Thanh Lan). Ngoc Lan is the fifth of eight people in a well-off family, her father, Le Duc Mau, who served in the Armed Forces of the South Vietnamese Armed Forces. While in Vietnam, she listened to Le Hoang Long's music, studied music and performed on occasions in Nha Trang. She studied at Ly Thuong Kiet School, a suburb of Saigon. In 1980, Ngoc Lan came to the United States and settled in Minnesota. Two years later, Ngoc Lan started her singing career in California.












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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #32 on: July 17, 2019, 12:55:01 AM »

" It looks like they are making Gampi Washi, A type of paper that when dried is naturally water repellent, so can used to make Mizuuchiwa, a hand held fan that you could dip in water and then as you fanned yourself, it would spray you with droplets, cooling you. Also used for hundreds of other things, from umbrellas to light shades. Gampi Washi is made from the inner bark of the Gampi tree by Corsoyard. The craftsmen that make the different types of Washi are called Corsoyard. "



One of the most important impacts of feeding birds is that it allows people to feel connected to the natural world.




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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #33 on: July 23, 2019, 10:16:15 AM »


Lethocerus indicus is a giant water bug in the family Belostomatidae, native to South and Southeast Asia, as well as southeast China, Korea, the Ryukyu Islands and New Guinea. It was originally described as Belostoma indicum but is no longer placed in that genus. This insect is well known as an edible species in a number of different Southeast Asian cuisines. The taste of the flight muscles is often compared to sweet scallops or shrimp. The Vietnamese call this insect cà cuống. It is a highly prized food and often boiled and fried whole. The insect's essence (a pheromone produced by the male that attracts females) is harvested by collecting its liquid-producing sacs. That liquid is then placed in small glass containers. The insect is claimed to be scarce, and demand for the extract is high. Most of the cà cuống essence on the market is therefore imitation, with the actual essence fetching a high price. Cà cuống is typically used sparsely and eaten with bánh cuốn (rice noodle rolls) by adding a drop to the nước chấm (dipping sauce). It is also eaten in a soup dish called 'bún thang' adding a unique essence to the broth. The dish traditionally includes rice noodles, thinly sliced egg crepe, pork cold cuts, and other various additions in a chicken/dry squid broth. A tiny drop of the extract on the tip of a toothpick would suffice to flavor the whole bowl of soup. This dish originated in Northern Vietnam.

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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #34 on: July 23, 2019, 10:18:49 AM »

The word sài gòn first appeared in 1776 in a document of Lê Quý Đôn (黎貴惇; 1726–1784), a scholar in Vietnam, and in that of the French government in 1784, but the name might have appeared long before that. Sài means woodland, gòn  is the name of the kapokier (cotton) tree, which were widespread in the area back then, and thus the term Sài gòn  was chosen to name this city.



Lê Trọng Nguyễn (1026 - 2004) tên thật là Lê Trọng, sinh năm 1926 tại Quảng Nam, thuộc lớp nhạc sĩ đầu tiên của nền tân nhạc Việt Nam. Từng ra Hà Nội học 3 năm (1942 - 1945) sau đó về quê tham gia kháng chiến chống Pháp, phụ trách âm nhạc cho Liên khu V, nhưng sau bỏ kháng chiến về sống ở quê nhà, Điện Bàn, Quảng Nam, rồi làm tư chức tại Đa Nẳng,  Sau 1975, ông mở lớp dạy nhạc tại nhà và tự chế tạo các loại đàn do chính tay ông làm để sinh sống, đến 1983 thì qua định cư ở California, mất năm 2004. Ông sáng tác chỉ khoảng 50 bản nhạc, kể cả một số nhạc không lời, nhưng phần lớn đều được giới chuyên môn đánh giá cao, và khá phổ biến ở Nam trước 1975, trong đó nổi tiếng nhất là Nắng Chiều, viết năm 1952.

http://8khung.blogspot.com/2013/09/nang-chieu-le-trong-nguyen.html?m=1


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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #36 on: August 13, 2019, 11:25:53 AM »


Video is very well done.

Essence of the song is even more prominent here than those done by Vietnamese singers!

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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #37 on: August 15, 2019, 11:23:49 PM »

Female singer is Ngoc Lan!




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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #38 on: August 16, 2019, 05:25:35 PM »

Ngoc Lan, whose real name is Le Thanh Lan, was born on 28 December 1956 in Nha Trang (also known as St. Maria Maria Le Thanh Lan). Ngoc Lan is the fifth of eight people in a well-off family, her father, Le Duc Mau, who served in the Armed Forces of the South Vietnamese Armed Forces. While in Vietnam, she listened to Le Hoang Long's music, studied music and performed on occasions in Nha Trang. She studied at Ly Thuong Kiet School, a suburb of Saigon. In 1980, Ngoc Lan came to the United States and settled in Minnesota. Two years later, Ngoc Lan started her singing career in California.



I thought Ngoc Lan came from Ha Noi?  She has a Ha Noi accent.

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Re: Để Quên Con Tim - Ngọc Lan
« Reply #39 on: August 17, 2019, 11:17:16 AM »
There's a hint of northern accent when she speaks, but it's very mild.



True "bac ky" or north Vietnamese accent is thick and emphatic, almost like there's power behind the voice.





Boom in the voice is due to Dong Son ancestry..










 
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