2 edition of Vietnamese culture found in the catalog.
PhaМЈm, Kim Vinh
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-245).
|Statement||Pham Kim Vinh.|
|LC Classifications||DS556.42 .P45 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||91114841|
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The only book available on the market to be used as a textbook for a Vietnamese culture course, because it covers most topics a culture course would like to cover. It is detailed and serious, although some part did not use the best resources available (e.g., language).
Chapters on History and Literature are full of Vietnamese names, unnecessary Cited by: It mentions in the book that the Vietnamese are “the concrete example of politeness”(44).
I can only agree after my experiences in nail salons and working with these people. Vietnam-Culture Smart also mentioned that “Visitors to Vietnam will find a proud and independent people happy to go along with the notion that they are special”(43)/5(42).
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