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Some Vietnamese Culture

Vietnamese culture may be still mysterious and unknown to most people outside the country. Today, more and more people are going to Vietnam for traveling and doing business. Getting to know Vietnam and Vietnamese culture is interesting and fascinating. We hope with this website, you can find the most comprehensive information about culture of Vietnam and its traditions.

Vietnamese Engagement Ceremony

Vietnamese Engagement Ceremony

Vietnamese engagement ceremony is an important ceremony before the wedding which involve both fiancé’s and fiancée’s families. In the past, engagement ceremony was considered very important even than the wedding ceremony because it was an official day to announce the wedding, the relationship between two families. Nowadays, it is less important and varied for each ..

First-Born Baby Custom

First-Born Baby Custom

Normally in Vietnam especially in the countryside regions, three generations live under the same roof. Based on Confucianism telnet, when a girl gets marriage she has to follow her husband and live in her husband family. It has some difficulties for the wife when she is pregnant and has baby at the first time. The first-born baby custom means the wife come back to her family to have the ..

Vietnamese New Year

Vietnamese New Year

The festival which best epitomizes Vietnam's cultural identity is Vietnamese New Year or Tet. Popular festivals play a major role as mirror and guardian of a nation's cultural identity. In this aspect, the festival which best epitomizes Vietnam's cultural identity is Tet.

The Vietnamese Value System

The Vietnamese Value System

The Vietnamese value system is based on four basic tenets: allegiance to the family, yearning for a good name, love of learning, and respect for other people. These tenets are closely interrelated.

Vietnamese Clothing

Vietnamese Clothing

The costume of women in South Vietnam has gone through many stages of development, but still preserves its distinctive and unique imprints of the traditional culture.

Vietnamese Religion

Vietnamese Religion

Almost all Vietnamese people today categorize on their own as non-religious, even though they go to religious temples many times each and every year. Their daily behaviors and perceptions are influenced from the synthesis of concepts which may be followed from numerous religions, specially Confucianism, Mahayana Buddhism and Taoism. Buddhism in ..