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Vietnam Flower


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    vietnam
  • a communist state in Indochina on the South China Sea; achieved independence from France in 1945
  • Vietnam War: a prolonged war (1954-1975) between the communist armies of North Vietnam who were supported by the Chinese and the armies of South Vietnam who were supported by the United States
  • A country in Southeast Asia, on the South China Sea; pop. 82,689,000; capital, Hanoi; language, Vietnamese (official)
  • (vietnamese) of or relating to or characteristic of Vietnam or its people or its language ; "the Vietnamese countryside"; the Vietnamese tones"; "Vietnamese boat people"
    flower
  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
vietnam flower - Vietnam: A
Vietnam: A Natural History
Vietnam: A Natural History
A country uncommonly rich in plants, animals, and natural habitats, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam shelters a significant portion of the world’s biological diversity, including rare and unique organisms and an unusual mixture of tropical and temperate species. This book is the first comprehensive account of Vietnam’s natural history in English. Illustrated with maps, photographs, and thirty-five original watercolor illustrations, the book offers a complete tour of the country’s plants and animals along with a full discussion of the factors shaping their evolution and distribution.

Separate chapters focus on northern, central, and southern Vietnam, regions that encompass tropics, subtropics, mountains, lowlands, wetland and river regions, delta and coastal areas, and offshore islands. The authors provide detailed descriptions of key natural areas to visit, where a traveler might explore limestone caves or glimpse some of the country’s twenty-seven monkey and ape species and more than 850 bird species. The book also explores the long history of humans in the country, including the impact of the Vietnam-American War on plants and animals, and describes current efforts to conserve Vietnam’s complex, fragile, and widely threatened biodiversity.

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Asia - Vietnam / Flower Hmong
Asia - Vietnam / Flower Hmong
Recent census estimates the population of Vietnam at beyond 84 million. Vietnamese people, also called "Viet" or "Kinh", account for 86.2% of the population. Their population is concentrated in the alluvial deltas and coastal plains of the country. A homogeneous social and ethnic majority group, the Kinh exert political and economic control. There are more than 54 ethnic minority groups throughout the country, but the Kinh are purveyors of the dominant culture. Most ethnic minorities, such as the Muong, a closely related ethnic of the Kinh, are found mostly in the highlands covering two-thirds of the territory. Before the Vietnam War, the population of the Central Highlands was almost exclusively Degar (over 40 hill tribal groups).{cn}} The Hoa (ethnic Chinese) and Khmer Krom are mainly lowlanders. The largest ethnic minority groups include the Hmong, Dao, Tay, Thai, and Nung.eytongs.
Asia - Vietnam / Flower Hmong
Asia - Vietnam / Flower Hmong
A Flower Hmong woman at the Sunday market in Bac Ha,the largest market of its kind in northern Vietnam. The many tribes of Hmong are named after the colors and designs of their distinct dress. Flower Hmong are said to be the most colorful tribe, with their shirts and skirts embroidered with flower patterns.

vietnam flower
vietnam flower
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?: the Diary of Molly MacKenzie Flaherty
An agonzing dilemma plagues these brother-sister diarists.He is a Marine stationed in Vietnam. She is at home in America, far away from her brother's war zone, fighting for peace. As the marine writes in his journal about his experiences as a soldier, fighting an enemy he can't see, his sister seeks peace. In these gripping installments of DEAR AMERICA and MY NAME IS AMERICA, Ellen Emerson White captures the unique time period when america was at war both in a far-off place, and at home where adults and children alike marched in the streets for peace and freedom. Poignant and complex, these two characters will give readers a glimpse into perhaps the most tumultuous time in modern American history.

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