5 thoughts on “VIETNAM

  1. Hanoi, where I had spent my most beautiful time there. When I begun to know how to appiciate the beauty of the life as I had a chance to study at a university. At the time when I finished high school in NamDinh, almost all universities were located in Hanoi.
    when ever my memory in Hanoi recalled, I still feel how doltish I was at that time, but I still love the time I had in Hanoi
    I wasn’t born in Hanoi, But I love it as it was real home town, other Hanoinian must laught on me if they hear so, and I really like to listen to a song with the lyric:
    “Nơi tôi sinh Hà Nội.
    Ngày tôi sinh một ngày bỏng cháy.
    Ngõ nhỏ phố nhỏ, nhà tôi ở đó.
    Đêm lặng nghe trong gió Tiếng sông Hồng thở than.
    Những ngày tôi lang thang, Tôi mới hiểu tâm hồn người Hà Nội.
    Mộc mạc thôi mà sao tôi bồi hồi. Mộc mạc thôi mà sao tôi nhớ mãi.
    Tuổi thơ đã đi qua không trở lại. Cháy hết mình cánh phượng nhẹ nhàng rơi.
    Hà Nội ơi! Hà Nội ơi! Cái ngày tôi chia xa Hà Nội, Giờ ra đi mới thấy lòng tiếc nuối.
    Những kỷ niệm một thời nông nổi, Cứ thôi thúc hoài, khắc khoải nơi trái tim…”

  2. I was born in MocChau, Sonla, in North-west of Vietnam. The province is beautiful and romantic to visit or spend a short holiday, but very poor and difficult to live. My parent were teacher there in order to fight illiteratery in Vietnam before Vietnam reunion.
    My father said I was not born in a hospital, just come out of my mother body nearby a small, clear and bueatiful stream by nature. It was cold there at that time

  3. When I was 5 year old, my family went back to my father home village in Nam Dinh. The district was small and always crounded. we were raised up in different commun corridors where my mother had been working for. The life was so difficult, but we grown up with all fun, supports and loves from my parents, my grant parents, relatives and neighbours … We were living without electric, the sun, the moon and little oil distributed every months were the main sources to provide the light for us. Wood from trees and dried hay were main fuel source.

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