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As the political system and people in this country is very unique from other countries, Vietnamese culture may be still mysterious and unknown to most people outside the country. 

However, as today is the world of globalization, so there are many people beginning of exploring this country for travelling on vacation as well as doing business for one of high growth country in south-east Asia.

The root of Vietnamese culture was initiated  more than 1,000 years ago which mainly was influenced from China as the country was dominated by China many times since the ancient period.

Even they had some periods under the power of France and Japan in 1940s, but as many generation still absorb deeply for Chinese culture that simply found on the architecture of building, temples, palaces or even the cometary.



Vietnamese language had been followed with Chinese character since the beginning until 1920 that they started to adapt Roman character (quoe ngu) for writing which is one of  French influence.



People in Vietnam wear cotton clothes. Styles differ in northern and southern Vietnam. Many people wear sandals made of old tire rubber(North). (South) Many men and women wear western styled clothing. Some women still wear the traditional au dai. In most rural areas women wear loose white-shirts with skirts. Men in rural areas wear western clothes too. The Vietnamese typically wear lightweight clothing. Rural women wear loose-fitting dark-pants and blouses that are often embroideredin brilliant colors. Conical nats called non la shield their faces from the sun. In the cities, many girls and women wear the traditional au dai, a long tunic worn with loose-fitting pants. However, a growing number of urban women wear dresses and shirts. Rural and working class men typically wear simple shirts and trousers. City men generally wear Western-style clothing.


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