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Vietnamese Culture

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Vietnamese Culture Hi- Chào
Good bye- Tam biet
I'm Lost- Tôi bi lac
Thank you- Cám on
You're Welcome- Dung ngai Impact of Popular Culture and Globalization Adopted Roman form of writing (letters similar to ours) Adopted the idea of Pagodas Noodles Music Dan Bau Works Cited "Vietnamese Phrases and Common Sentences." Linguanaut. Linguanaut, n.d. Web. 06 Dec. 2012.
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Smith, Stanford. "Other Noodle Dishes." Web log post. Savour Asia. Ed. Sandra Huang. Savour Asia,
n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2012. <http://www.savourasia.com/content/blogcategory/2/14/>.

Vietnamese Temples and Local Religions - VietnamOnline.com. YouTube. YouTube/ VNO Channel, 26
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<http://www.xuvn.com/foodofvietnam/vietnamese_clothing.htm>.

"Vietnam Beauty." Vietnamese Traditional Wrestling. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2012.
<http://www.vietnam-beauty.com/vietnamese-culture/13-vietnam-culture-value/259-vietnamese-traditional-wrestling.html>. Religion Dumplings Basic Vietnamese Language Gender Roles Traditional Vietnamese Music A Vietnamese Instrument VIETNAMESE CUSTOMS AND TABOOS TABOOS
Do not touch someone's head or point your finger
Do not sit until shown
Picking your teeth is considered innapropriate however, picking your nose isn't
crossing your index and middle finger is considered offensive

CUSTOMS
Dress appropriately
Use chopsticks
Take shoes off when entering someone's home
Bring toilet paper with you wherever you go what am i doin josh Vietnamese women must obey men their entire lives.
Women have very little say in important decisions in their lives.Their parents decide who you are getting married to and other decisions. Elements of Folk Culture Áo bà ba- Traditional Vientamese Clothing, Exclusive to Vietnam Giò- Traditional Bite-Sized Meats, also Exclusive to Vietnam Giò- Traditional Bite-Sized Meats, also Exclusive to Vietnam Sports Dau Vat- Tradtional Wrestling, resembles dancing, to win you must face the loser with their "face to the sky" and their shoulders touching the ground 1:33-end
Vietnamese woman gender roles Women have very little say in
important decisions in their lives.
Their parents decide who you are
getting married to and other decisions. A Vietnamese rice field built
on the side of the hill/mountain.
Saves space and is very common. Vietnamese effect of culture on landscape Food Dumplings
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