Đỗ (Chữ Hán: 杜) is a Vietnamese family name. According to Lê Trung Hoa, a Vietnamese scholar, approximately 1.4 percent of Vietnamese people have this surname (2005).
The South Vietnamese and Communist Vietnamese colonisation of the Central Highlands have been compared to the historic Nam tiến of previous Vietnamese rulers.
Moreover, Jade is reinstated that her heritage as only vietnamese, therefore she is no longer stated to be the daughter of Senator Pullman, or André Chaumont and Anna Nguyen.
Several other avian species also share the owl enclosures, including vietnamese pheasants.
refers to a Vietnamese person who sells Vietnamese interests.
In July 2017, the former Vietnamese politician and businessman Trịnh Xuân Thanh was secretly abducted and kidnapped in Berlin by a group of unnamed Vietnamese personnel believed to be Vietnamese agents in Germany.
Born in France, Adopo is of Ivorian, Senegalese, indian, and vietnamese descent.
By the early 1990s, an ad-hoc system of mnemonics known as Vietnet was in use on the Viet-Net mailing list and soc.culture.vietnamese Usenet group.
Lê Văn Thắng (born 8 February 1990) is a Vietnamese footballer who plays as a winger, striker for Vietnamese club Thanh Hóa and the Vietnamese national team.
The presence of Vietnamese immigrants lead to the development of Vietnamese restaurants throughout Houston.
Trọng Tấn (born 1976) is a Vietnamese singer and vocal music lecturer from Thanh Hóa. He specializes in traditional Vietnamese music and Vietnamese Red music.
is spoken by the people living in Town of Qiaogang, majorly consist of Chinese-vietnamese refugees expelled during the anti-China protest in Vietnam in 1975.
Mai Tiến Thành (born 16 March 1986) is a Vietnamese footballer who plays as a winger for Vietnamese club FLC Thanh Hóa and the Vietnamese national team.
is a Vietnamese fable and parable, Vietnamese fairy tale and part of Vietnamese oral tradition.
In Vietnamese cuisine, it's often used in Chè (Vietnamese pronunciation: [...]), a Vietnamese term that refers to any traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or pudding.
"Burning Kisses" (...) is a 2010 Vietnamese film; it is one of the few Vietnamese musical films, and features a high-profile Vietnamese cast.
Guards tied turned up bodies on trees or special poles to saw the Chams, vietnamese, captured foreigners or suspected crades [...] in half.
Its Vietnamese equivalent is Nguyễn (pronounced [...] in Northern Vietnamese and [...] in Southern Vietnamese), and is the most common Vietnamese family name.
The Bằng River ([...] , [...] vietnamese: Thủy Khẩu Hà) is a river of Cao Bằng Province, Vietnam. It flows for 108 kilometres.
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