• Hanoi College for Electro-Mechanics

    Hanoi College for College-Mechanics

    published: 16 Apr 2015
  • Tari Saman KBRI Hanoi and Vietnam Dance College

    Tari saman KBRI Hanoi, kolaborasi dengan para penari Vietnam Dance College. Bangga dengan semua penari Vietnam. Hanya 6x Latihan sudah bisa menarikan tari saman walaupun tidak sempurna.. Terimakasih utuk semua Musik diambil dari : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RjbanN9xec

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Bat Trang Ceramic Village tour, Hanoi, VietNam

    Bat Trang Ceramic Village tour, Hanoi, VietNam Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Bat Trang, a small village in the north of Vietnam, is about 13 kilometers south east of Hanoi center, on the other side of Chuong Duong bridge. Why is its name popular to most tourists to northern Vietnam? The answer is its ever famous ceramic and pottery products of high quality. If you have known about Vietnam, you may not be surprised that Bat Trang’s vases, bowls, dishes, and many other kinds of ceramic products have been exported worldwide. Should you would like to contemplate workers making ceramic products by hand, just come here! What’s more, you can also try it yourself! History. Bat Trang village is said to be established in 14th or...

    published: 14 Feb 2017
  • Hanoi Teacher Training College 2012

    published: 19 Jan 2012
  • [Culture Mosaic] Culture & Lifestyle: Hanoi Kids

    In which VTV Reporter Huyen Chi takes a tour around Hanoi with the Hanoi Kids - a network of college students in the city who takes foreign visitors on free tours in exchange for a chance to practice English. Reporters: Huyen Chi - Quang Khai Copyright: Vietnam Television

    published: 04 Jul 2014
  • Backpacking Vietnam Part 2: Communication Breakdowns in Hanoi

    Like what we do? Please Donate: http://tinyurl.com/donate-to-the-camps Backpacking Vietnam Part 2: Communication Breakdowns in Hanoi The non stop honking, our sleep deprivation, getting lost and then not having anyone at the train station earlier in the day understand our request to buy train tickets made us turn on each other. Thus Noah's stink face in the beginning of this part. It's not Vietnam's fault, we were just thoroughly overwhelmed and knew we only had a month here so we needed to move faster than usual. Eventually, we got ourselves together and found out that not all train stations were created equal and the main station 'Ga Ha Noi' (which I will never in my life forget how to say) might have an english speaker who we could buy tickets from. When we got there, it was total con...

    published: 12 Jul 2014
  • HANOI TOUR

    Complete first day of our tour through Vietnam in November 2013. Sights include Ho Chi Minh's Tomb, his memorial site on grounds of the Presidential Palace, a fertility temple, the Ethnology Museum, a Confucian temple gathering of recent college grads, the "Hanoi Hilton", a pedi-cab tour of the back streets, and a water puppet show.

    published: 02 Dec 2013
  • Hanoi tourism college Party

    Happy together

    published: 01 Jun 2010
  • [Student IT] Korea in VietNam - Hanoi College Technology and Trading

    Hanoi College Technology and Trading

    published: 05 Aug 2016
  • Hanoi College of Art - Performance 2

    Hanoi College of Art's recital with special guests Brian Grazer and Chau-Giang Thi Nguyen during their latest visit on December 31, 2009.

    published: 26 Jan 2010
  • Volleyboys at Hanoi Tourism College

    published: 13 Nov 2011
  • Niels Broch Copenhagen Business College opens university in Hanoi, Vietnam

    Niels Broch Copenhagen Business College opens university in Hanoi, Vietnam

    published: 18 Oct 2010
  • [Hanoi Finance College] Giao lưu hợp tác với các trường đại học Hàn Quốc và chuẩn bị cho tương lai.

    Giao lưu hợp tác với các trường đại học Hàn Quốc và chuẩn bị cho tương lai. "Tương lai của Việt Nam." "Tương lai của thanh niên." "Tương lai của chúng ta." Vì những học sinh của Việt Nam... Thăm trường Đại học Hàn Quốc.

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • Hanoi college of Pharmacy

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    published: 30 Jun 2007
  • At School In Hanoi (1973)

    Unused / unissued material - Colour material. Hanoi, Vietnam. MS in lecture theatre of school / college with students / pupils singing. VS in classroom the teacher and children during reading lesson. Shots of children outside the school singing (mute) and doing movements to their music. VS of children walking along street with teacher. VS of the covers to underground bomb shelters. VS of people riding bicycles in streets. Pan to show covers of bomb shelters. Shot is repeated. VS of people walking past shelters. (EKTA. 300ft.) FILM ID:3401.02 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.c...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
Hanoi College for Electro-Mechanics

Hanoi College for Electro-Mechanics

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Hanoi College for College-Mechanics
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Tari Saman  KBRI Hanoi and Vietnam Dance College

Tari Saman KBRI Hanoi and Vietnam Dance College

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Tari saman KBRI Hanoi, kolaborasi dengan para penari Vietnam Dance College. Bangga dengan semua penari Vietnam. Hanya 6x Latihan sudah bisa menarikan tari saman walaupun tidak sempurna.. Terimakasih utuk semua Musik diambil dari : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RjbanN9xec
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Bat Trang Ceramic Village tour, Hanoi, VietNam

Bat Trang Ceramic Village tour, Hanoi, VietNam

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Bat Trang Ceramic Village tour, Hanoi, VietNam Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Bat Trang, a small village in the north of Vietnam, is about 13 kilometers south east of Hanoi center, on the other side of Chuong Duong bridge. Why is its name popular to most tourists to northern Vietnam? The answer is its ever famous ceramic and pottery products of high quality. If you have known about Vietnam, you may not be surprised that Bat Trang’s vases, bowls, dishes, and many other kinds of ceramic products have been exported worldwide. Should you would like to contemplate workers making ceramic products by hand, just come here! What’s more, you can also try it yourself! History. Bat Trang village is said to be established in 14th or 15th century in several documents. However, according to the villagers, the village perhaps appeared earlier. There are always two stories concerning the village origin. One of these tells that under Ly dynasty, in 1100, when the nation was in its independence and initial growth period, there were 3 scholars who came back from their mission trip to China bringing the ceramic craft industry learned there back to Vietnam and taught the people of Bat Trang. In the other story, in the village history dates back to the 10th century, when King Ly Cong Uan relocated the capital in Thang Long. With the establishment and development of the capital, many businessmen, crafters from many areas come to settle down here to work and trade. In Bat Trang, there was a lot of white clay, so that many potters, among whom was Nguyen Ninh Trang family, came and built the kilns here. Accordingly, Bat Trang has gradually changed from a normal ceramic and pottery village into a famous ceramic and pottery centre until now. As time went by, the village’s products have developed and become well known for the best quality, style and glaze, both inside and outside of the nation. Many of these are now customized for aristocratic families and religious needs. Its popular foreign markets are Japan (under the brand "Kochi (Giao Chi) ware"), the Netherlands, Britain, Portugal, Southeast Asia, etc., The famous ceramic & pottery products Production Process. To produce a complete product, one must follow 3 steps. The first step is making the product frame. The artists select the suitable clay, treat it and start making a raw product. It must be repaired to get the best appearance. Secondly, they decorate and cover it with glazes. Last but not least, the raw products are baked in 3 days and 3 nights. There are several kinds of kiln, yet the temperature must be at 12000 or 13000. After baking, products are brought out, classified and repaired in case there are mistakes. And now we have the perfect product. Popular product types. Bat Trang products are divided into 3 kinds based on the purpose of use. Utilitarian wares: including plates, bowls, teacups, kettles, wine bottles, flowerpots, vases, jar… What differs is that they are thicker than Chinese ones. Cult wares: comprise lamp stands, candle holders, incense burner, altar boxes, swords… These are valuable for collectors because of inscription of the production years, the names of the producers and the potters. Decorative objects: house models, altars, statues and architectural fixtures. The special trait is the diversified decorations on the products. Thanks to a long–lasting history and development, the village’s works have been accumulated with a lot of different special designs. One more thing that makes them distinguished is the glaze, which is of high quality and a variety of colors, such as blue, brown, white, moss green, in both breaking and melting glazes. In fact, there have appeared a number of competitors both domestically and internationally who take advantages of high technology. Yet most customers prefer the craft products that contain historical and traditional values. Hence, it is no surprise at all that Bat Trang is still found in busy days and works. More importantly, the village is now so popular that absorbs a huge annual number of tourists to visit and buy ceramic goods. Bat Trang ceramic village has become a popular destination for the young living in Hanoi (college or high school students) to visit during weekends. It has also become famous among foreign tourists who want to understand more about the historical and traditional values in each handicraft product. There are a lot of travel agencies providing one day tour from Hanoi to the village at reasonable prices. Choose a Hanoi traditional handicraft villages tour to visit the two famous handicraft villages on Hanoi outskirts: Bat Trang Ceramic Village and Van Phuc Silk Village. Surely you will find it best fit your time frame and may buy some ceramic goods as souvenirs for your trip in Vietnam. Bat Trang Ceramic Village tour, Hanoi, VietNam Google Map https://goo.gl/URupE3
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Hanoi Teacher Training College 2012

Hanoi Teacher Training College 2012

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[Culture Mosaic] Culture & Lifestyle: Hanoi Kids

[Culture Mosaic] Culture & Lifestyle: Hanoi Kids

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In which VTV Reporter Huyen Chi takes a tour around Hanoi with the Hanoi Kids - a network of college students in the city who takes foreign visitors on free tours in exchange for a chance to practice English. Reporters: Huyen Chi - Quang Khai Copyright: Vietnam Television
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AAE Education USA Spring Fair 2016 Hanoi

AAE Education USA Spring Fair 2016 Hanoi

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Organized by Access American Education on March 20th, 2016 with the attendance of nearly 50 U.S. Schools. List of schools: 1. American Honors 2. Mercer County Community College, New Jersey 3. Pierce College, WA 4. Navarro College, Texas 5. Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana 6. Jackson College, Michigan 7. Kilgore College, Texas 8. Community College of Philadelphia, PA 9. Lane Community College, Oregon 10. Arizona State University, Arizona 11. Cambridge Education Group, states 12. Millikin University, Illinois 13. University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, WI 14. Temple University, Pennsylvania 15. MCPHS University, Massachusetts 16. University of Cincinnati, Ohio 17. La Salle University, Pennsylvania 18. Utica College, New York 19. UMDUniversity of Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota 20. Adelphi University, New York 21. The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama 22. INTO 23. Colorado State University, Colorado 24. Drew University, New Jersey 25. Georgia Gwinnett College, GA 26. George Mason University, Virginia 27. Oregon State University, Oregon 28. University of South Florida, FL 29. Marshall University, West Virginia 30. San Jose State University, CA 31. Saint Louis University, MO 32. North Seattle College, WA 33. Skagit Valley College, WA 34. St Mary’s University, Texas 35. College of Central Florida, FL 36. Delaware County Community College, PA 37. Moraine Valley Community College, IL 38. West Hills Community College, CA 39. University at Albany, NY 40. SUNY Oneonta, New York 41. SUNY Old Westbury, New York 42. SUNY Brockport, New York 43. Fulton-Montgomery Community College, NY 44. SUNY Oswego, New York 45. UTP high schools, New York 46. UMBC, Maryland 47. Washington State University, WA 48. City University of Seattle, WA 49. Daemen College, New York We are going to organize Summer & Fall Fair 2016 in both Ho Chi Minh city and Hanoi, Vietnam. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact us at http://aaeducationusa.com/ Vietnamese website: http://www.aaevietnam.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AAEVietnam/
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Backpacking Vietnam Part 2: Communication Breakdowns in Hanoi

Backpacking Vietnam Part 2: Communication Breakdowns in Hanoi

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Like what we do? Please Donate: http://tinyurl.com/donate-to-the-camps Backpacking Vietnam Part 2: Communication Breakdowns in Hanoi The non stop honking, our sleep deprivation, getting lost and then not having anyone at the train station earlier in the day understand our request to buy train tickets made us turn on each other. Thus Noah's stink face in the beginning of this part. It's not Vietnam's fault, we were just thoroughly overwhelmed and knew we only had a month here so we needed to move faster than usual. Eventually, we got ourselves together and found out that not all train stations were created equal and the main station 'Ga Ha Noi' (which I will never in my life forget how to say) might have an english speaker who we could buy tickets from. When we got there, it was total confusion again as we learned that the Vietnamese don't really queue up in lines so one booth would open for a second and everyone would rush over there. Then she would answer one question, close the window again and then everyone would rush to an open line. It was crazy and we met an Italian man there that loudly kept calling everyone in Hanoi the "Viet Cong" and how they were "animals". We had a rough day but this guy was over the top! We asked him how long he'd been in Vietnam and he said he arrived yesterday! Technically, we'd been there longer than him and he said he was on his way back to Thailand. His bad attitude made us adjust our own and learn to just go with the flow. Things got way easier after that and you can see Noah having fun with it and talking me down. I love that about him, we always seem to be able to remain a team and never stay mad at each other for too long. We knew in this whole country we only had each other so it was silly to push each other away. After the train madness, we hit up the The Temple of Literature (Văn Miếu, 文廟) and was in awe of the history and reverence for education. We had a great day and met incredible people which again seems to be our experience with Vietnam. Starts off rocky, end up being humbled and amazed. Vietnam, you so crazy. Cuộc sống ở Viêt Nam ☑SUBSCRIBE ☑LIKE ☑SHARE ☐GET ON PLANE ________________________________________­______ FOLLOW THE BEARD! ✩ Instagram - http://instagram.com/becausewecamp ✩ Blog/Website - http://www.becausewecamp.com ✩ FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/becausewecamp ________________________________________­______ MUSIC ♪ 'Fluffing a Duck' by ­Kevin MacLeod Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/kevin-9-1 'Heather' by ProletR Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/roy-3/sets/proletr 'Prehistorik Man' by Kangaroo MusiQue Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/kangaroo-musique ________________________________________­______ Shot on GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition Script: Taxi ride: Armed with only a language app, we attempted to get train tickets at a smaller station earlier in the day but because Vietnamese is a tonal language we were struggling to explain what we wanted an no one understood our requests. It was very irritating so we hoped there would be an English speaker at the main train station, also known as GA Hanoi. Temple of Lit: The gate outside asks for horsemen to dismount, as it’s said that no man, even the monarchy is above education. Welcome to temple of Literature, founded in 1070 by king Lý Nhân Tông. it is Vietnam’s first University. Dedicated to Confucius, sages and scholars, the temple is a rare example of well preserved traditional Vietnamese architecture and is the perfect retreat from the streets of Hanoi. There are 5 courtyards here with 3 paths. The center path was reserved for the monarch only, the one to its left for the administrative bureaucrats and to the right, military Mandarins. In the 15th century, the practice of carving plaques that bear the names of successful students began. The plaques, or stelae sit on a stone tortoise which is one 4 revered creatures in Vietnam mythology and represents longevity. In the complex, there are 82 stone stale, with the names of 1300 students, but sadly, 34 stale are missing, lost to time, war or theft. The university functioned for more than 700 years, during which 2,313 doctorates were given. Thought in 1802 the imperial academy moved from Hanoi to the new capital of Hue, students still come to this sight to touch the stone tortoises for good luck on an upcoming test or pay their respects to this important sight when they graduate from college.
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HANOI TOUR

HANOI TOUR

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Complete first day of our tour through Vietnam in November 2013. Sights include Ho Chi Minh's Tomb, his memorial site on grounds of the Presidential Palace, a fertility temple, the Ethnology Museum, a Confucian temple gathering of recent college grads, the "Hanoi Hilton", a pedi-cab tour of the back streets, and a water puppet show.
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Hanoi tourism college Party

Hanoi tourism college Party

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Happy together
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[Student IT] Korea in VietNam - Hanoi College Technology and Trading

[Student IT] Korea in VietNam - Hanoi College Technology and Trading

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Hanoi College of Art - Performance 2

Hanoi College of Art - Performance 2

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Hanoi College of Art's recital with special guests Brian Grazer and Chau-Giang Thi Nguyen during their latest visit on December 31, 2009.
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Volleyboys at Hanoi Tourism College

Volleyboys at Hanoi Tourism College

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Niels Broch Copenhagen Business College opens university in Hanoi, Vietnam

Niels Broch Copenhagen Business College opens university in Hanoi, Vietnam

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Niels Broch Copenhagen Business College opens university in Hanoi, Vietnam
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[Hanoi Finance College] Giao lưu hợp tác với các trường đại học Hàn Quốc và chuẩn bị cho tương lai.

[Hanoi Finance College] Giao lưu hợp tác với các trường đại học Hàn Quốc và chuẩn bị cho tương lai.

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Giao lưu hợp tác với các trường đại học Hàn Quốc và chuẩn bị cho tương lai. "Tương lai của Việt Nam." "Tương lai của thanh niên." "Tương lai của chúng ta." Vì những học sinh của Việt Nam... Thăm trường Đại học Hàn Quốc.
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Hanoi college of Pharmacy

Hanoi college of Pharmacy

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At School In Hanoi (1973)

At School In Hanoi (1973)

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Unused / unissued material - Colour material. Hanoi, Vietnam. MS in lecture theatre of school / college with students / pupils singing. VS in classroom the teacher and children during reading lesson. Shots of children outside the school singing (mute) and doing movements to their music. VS of children walking along street with teacher. VS of the covers to underground bomb shelters. VS of people riding bicycles in streets. Pan to show covers of bomb shelters. Shot is repeated. VS of people walking past shelters. (EKTA. 300ft.) FILM ID:3401.02 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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