A Primary Source Guide to Vietnam
Vietnam is one of Asia's poorest countries, but thanks to its government's changing policies, its future looks brighter than ever. This political hot spot has a long history of war and strife. Vietnam has survived takeovers by the Chinese, the Japanese, and the French. It has been divided in two and has had multiple changes in leadership in short time frames. Yet Vietnam has maintained its traditions and dignity. Introduce kids to water puppetry, Buddhism, pho, and much more with a primary-source journey through Vietnam.
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