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Author : Ross E. Gray
ISBN : 0520238710
Genre : Social Science
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The authors take readers deep into the heart of this ancient country in search of the cultural, social, and religious drives that inform their traditional way of life.
Category: Social Science

Vietnam Journeys

Author : Mary Ann Bragg
ISBN : 0982319673
Genre : Photography
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The myriad colors, textures, and rhythms of Vietnam are captured in this collection of compelling color images. Landscapes, cityscapes, fishing villages, customs, culture, commerce, cuisine, and the friendly and optimistic people of this vibrant region are portrayed in striking detail. Featured sites include the terraced mountainsides of Sapa, the Phung Hiep floating market, the World Heritage Sites of Hue and Halong Bay, and the Thien Mu Pagoda. Lush deltas, pristine forests, bustling markets, serene temples, and breathtaking sunsets on white sand beaches reveal the many facets of this complex and captivating nation.
Category: Photography

A Vietnam Trilogy Vol 2 Healing Journeys

Author : Raymond M. Scurfield
ISBN : 9780875864068
Genre : History
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A national faculty member for the Veterans Administration and college professor distills three decades of experience in understanding and treating the medical and psychiatric traumas of veterans of the Vietnam War and the Gulf War, and draws implications.
Category: History

Vietnam Journey

Author : W. Barry Baird
ISBN : 9780595226795
Genre : Fiction
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A career American pilot gets tapped for Vietnam; Albanian mercenary sea captain volunteers for a dangereous mission; and a newly commissioned North Vietnamese officer is given a vital assignment. They all meet in an epic battle.
Category: Fiction

Capricious Worlds

Author : John Chr Knudsen
ISBN : 3825881083
Genre : Social Science
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Capricious Worlds covers a period of 20 years of exile. Through the life journeys of Vietnamese refugees, the book presents a world rich in experience and wisdom, where the will to survive is complemented by the skills to do so. Individuals must learn to conquer systems that transform human beings into numbers, and men, women and children into de-personalized figures. The transformations render an unsettling peace that refugees struggle against, inspired by a search for recognition, a search not only for what is lost, but also for what might yet be. The book is about refugees en route to, and in, Norway. It also speaks to the challenges of being exiled in general: a reality for 40 million refugees and internally displaced persons worldwide.
Category: Social Science

Not Going To Vietnam

Author : Garrie Hutchinson
ISBN : 0733605737
Genre : Asia
File Size : 74.9 MB
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Category: Asia

A Journey Of Ethnicity

Author : Rie Nakamura
ISBN : 9781527550346
Genre : Social Science
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The Cham people are thought to be descendants of the kingdoms of Champa located in central Vietnam between the 2nd and 19th centuries. Champa was one of the oldest Hinduinized kingdoms in Southeast Asia, and became prosperous through maritime trades and its high quality eaglewood from the central highlands made it famous. However, Champa disappeared from the political map of Southeast Asia after its defeats against the Vietnamese southward expansion. The Cham are now one of the 54 state-recognized national ethnic groups, but Champa’s ancient brick structures and temples scattered along central Vietnam attest to its previous glory. Champa adapted a number of foreign religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam in the course of its history, which made its culture and tradition rich and unique. This book is about a journey of understanding what it means to be Cham in the Social Republic of Vietnam. It is based on field studies in various Cham villages in three different localities: namely, the south central coast area, Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta region. It is grounded in information gathered through prolonged interactions with Cham individuals over recent decades. The book stresses the complexity of Cham communities and the diversity and dynamics of the Cham’s understanding of who they are. It provides a comprehensive picture of Cham communities and the situation of ethnic minority people of Vietnam in general.
Category: Social Science

Return To Vietnam

Author : Linda G. Myers
ISBN : 9781467874441
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Art Myers is a Viet Nam veteran with memories. In 2005 he and his wife Linda traveled to Viet Nam with a group led by a psychotherapist who works with veterans affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). From the Mekong Delta in the south, to Hanoi in the north, it was a life-changing journey. Art's story is not unusual. He was a sergeant in the Marine Corps in 1968, a radio repairman stationed at Da Nang during the Tet offensive. He saw only one day of combat, but that day affected every aspect of his life for 35 years. Many veterans suffer from their memories of their time at war. They may bury them, or deny them, or run from them, or act out in other areas of their lives. Alcoholism, drug addiction and suicide rates are higher than average, as are failed relationships and chronic unemployment. Art decided to return to Viet Nam, to overlay the memories of the young man during a terrible time with those of a man in late middle age. It was a good choice for him - and for his family. About the book Art says, "I hope that talking about this journey of healing - and how it has changed me will help other veterans and their families. The idea of helping even one other veteran stop the nightmares and gain some peace made my story worth sharing.""
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Long Journeys Home

Author : Michael D. Gambone
ISBN : 9781623495800
Genre : History
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In the modern history of American veterans, it is sometimes difficult to separate myth from fact. The men and women who served in World War II are routinely praised as heroes; the “Greatest Generation,” after all, triumphed over fascism and successfully reentered postwar society. Veterans of the Vietnam War, on the other hand, occupy a different thread in the postwar narrative, sometimes as a threat to society but usually as victims of it; these vets returned home to a combination of disdain, fear, and prolonged suffering. And until very recently, both the public and historians have largely overlooked veterans of the Korean War altogether; the hit television show M*A*S*H was set in Korea but was more about Vietnam. Long Journeys Home explores the veteran experience of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. It examines and dissects the various myths that have grown up around each of these wars. Author Michael D. Gambone compares and contrasts the basic elements of each narrative, including the factors that influenced the decision to enlist, the impact of combat on life after the war, the struggles of postwar economic adjustment, and participation in (or withdrawal from) social and political activism. Gambone does not treat these veterans monolithically but instead puts each era’s veterans in historical context. He also explores the nuances of race, gender, and class. Despite many differences, some obvious and some not, Gambone nonetheless finds a great deal of continuity, and ultimately concludes that Korean and Vietnam veterans have much more in common with the Greatest Generation than was previously understood.
Category: History


Author : Kim Fay
ISBN : 193415914X
Genre : Cooking
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Having fallen in love with Vietnam during the four years she lived there in the 1990s, Kim Fay returns for a five-week journey from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City. Accompanied by her photographer sister and best Vietnamese girlfriend, she travels beyond the world of cyclos, conical hats, and war to savor the countrys cuisine. As well as cooking with top chefs, she becomes obsessed with clam rice in the imperial city of Hue, uncovers the secret world of ragu in the French hill town of Dalat, and learns the art of home cooking in cosmopolitan Ho Chi Minh City. Exploring how we eat reflects who we are as individuals and as a community, Fay offers a poetic journey and literary feast for armchair epicures, accompanied by recipes and full-color photography.
Category: Cooking

Journeys Of A Lifetime

Author : National Geographic Society (U.S.)
ISBN : PSU:000062415422
Genre : Voyages and travels
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No one knows the world like National Geographic--and in this lavish volume, we reveal our picks for the world's most fabulous journeys, along with helpful information for readers who want to try them out.
Category: Voyages and travels


Author : Art Notebooks
ISBN : 1713350483
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Are you looking for an empty ruled A5 6x9 notebook with a travel holiday cover for a special person? Then this vacation journal is perfect as a gift for family and relatives who love traveling. The Variety pocketbook is lined and should not be missed on any occasion and is an ideal present for Father's Day for the dad as well for Mother's Day for the mother. Stylishly, it accompanies you through the day. It lies well in the hand and is a visual highlight for the sister or brother with a stylish motif. The notebook is also ideal as a diary, travel diary, notebook, textbook, homework book, for creative writing, for poetry slams, as well as for sketches and drawings. Just great, especially for students to study at school or as a gift for a friend and girlfriend. This book with the unique motif is the perfect present for a birthday, Christmas, Nicholas, Easter, wedding, or as a nice Valentine's Day gesture.

From China To Vietnam

Author : Luke Nguyen
ISBN : 9781743583173
Genre : Cooking
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From China to Vietnam is an evocative culinary adventure that explores Asia’s most famous river. Starting in south-west China and journeying through Myanmar, northern Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, before meandering down to the vast Mekong Delta in Vietnam, Luke Nguyen immerses himself in the cultures and communities who depend upon this life-giving river. Along the way he discovers the local cuisines and learns the heart-warming stories from the people he meets. Filled with stunning photography and authentic recipes from each region, From China to Vietnam captures the true essence of this magnificent river: its people, food, culture and beauty. Luke Nguyen is the owner of Sydney’s famous Red Lantern restaurants. He has written four previous cookbooks and is the presenter of several SBS cooking shows, including Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong, the companion to this book. Luke currently splits his time between Sydney and Vietnam.
Category: Cooking

A G I S Vietnam Diary

Author : Ellen Cooney
ISBN : 9780595392506
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In these excerpts from his diary, a young soldier records the ordeal of his war experiences and his inner conflicts as he reexamines his values in life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Rough Guide To Vietnam

Author : Jan Dodd
ISBN : UVA:X004552119
Genre : Vietnam
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A handbook to one of Southeast Asia's most intriguing travel destination, this guide covers accommodation in all ranges, & provides tips on everything from elephant riding to boating in Halong Bay.
Category: Vietnam

Next Of Kin

Author : Thomas L. Reilly
ISBN : 9781574885958
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A beautifully written story about the bond between brothers and one man's search for truth in the midst of the Vietnam War
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ISBN : PSU:000061764118
Genre : Vietnam
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Category: Vietnam