Thi Cu Nho Giao / Royal Exams (Handbooks of Vietnam Culture) (Frequently Asked Questions About Vietnam Culture) Hữu Ngọc

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Thi Cu Nho Giao / Royal Exams (Handbooks of Vietnam Culture) (Frequently Asked Questions About Vietnam Culture) by Hữu Ngọc
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Vietnamese Cultural Traditions is a series of handbooks in a question-answer format that explain various aspects of Vietnamese culture. Twenty one titles have already been published. Each title focuses on a topic judged to be of interesting toMoreVietnamese Cultural Traditions is a series of handbooks in a question-answer format that explain various aspects of Vietnamese culture.

Twenty one titles have already been published. Each title focuses on a topic judged to be of interesting to foreign visitors.Many travelers rely on tourist guidebooks to help them get around, but because they are almost always written by foreigners they don’t provide a lot of inside information. Beside, these handbooks aren’t just for tourist. They also a good source of cultural information. Though written in an informal and readily accessible style, they contain scholarly information concerning Vietnamese history and culture.

One can trust this information because Huu Ngoc, author, is an internationally recognized expert on Vietnamese culture. Because they are packed with information about topics that often come up whenever the conversation turns to Vietnam, I believe business people, journalists and even professors of Southeast Asian Studies will find these useful works to have one their e-book reader or laptop in their traveling bagsCultural scholar Huu Ngoc and American writer Lady Borton have brought us the first series of Handbooks on Vietnam culture.

Huu Ngoc is the author of many famous books and articles on Vietnamese culture such as Wandering Through Vietnamese Culture. Lady Borton is the author of many famous books such as After Sorrow: An American Among Vietnamese.BOOK CONTENTWhy do Vietnamese place such high value on academic exams?How many exams must a candidate pass to attain the title of “Doctoral Laureate?”How difficult were the royal exams?What was a royal exam like?What was happening?How were the three top winners of national exams selected?How was a new doctoral laureate’s homecoming celebrated?How has the Temple of Literature in Ha Noi survived the odds of history?What are the three decorative styles of the steles at the Temple of Literature in Ha Noi?What are the differences between the Temple of Literature in Ha Noi and its Beijing counterpart?Is there a Temple of Literature in Hue?Why was each stele built on the back of a tortoise?Where did the majority of children receive education in ancient times?Who was Viet Nam’s most famous Confucian teacher?Did any women ever pass the royal exams?Which was the only family in Vietnamese history where both father and son achieved the title of Doctoral Laureate?“How many children do you have?” he asked.

“How old are they?”Why is poet Doan Thi Diem called “Madam First Doctoral Laureate of Giua Village?”Which famous scholar and poet always failed the triennial royal exams?Why did King Tu Duc consider Mo Trach Village to possess half the talent in the entire country?Who was Ngo Tat To?How is the schooling tradition kept alive in Viet Nam?How was Khu Thai hoc or the Doctoral Quarter restored?How does Confucianism contribute to the current success of Viet Nam’s socio-economic reform?



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