Things you have to know about Vietnam

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Things you have to know about Vietnam
Things you have to know about Vietnam

Vietnam is a small country located to the east in the South Asia. With a population of over 88 million people, it is one of the 20 most populous countries in the world.

Many people probably know this country , thanks  to the Vietnam War. However, the war was behind us for a long time. Vietnam has changed a lot since then. There are many interesting things about Vietnam that you might not know when you are not there.

First, Vietnam is one of three countries that were once divided in history.

There are only three countries in the world that used to be divided in their history These are Germany, Korea and Vietnam. Most of you probably know the famous Berlin Wall, which divided Berlin to West Germany and East Germany. In 1989, it was destroyed. Vietnam was separated. It consisted of two regions: North Vietnam and South Vietnam between 1951 and 1975 Fortunately, since Vietnam was reunified, but Korea is not that lucky. Korea was divided into silence and separated in 1945 after the defeat of Japan in World War II and today, that’s all. The situation between the two countries are strained. Hopefully the Korean Peninsula serat met one day in the future.

Second, Vietnamese is the only language in East Asia that uses the Latin alphabet.

Vietnamese is the only language in East Asia that uses the Latin alphabet, while all the other countries in the region, including China, Japan and Korea use different alphabets. For example, Japan has three different alphabets: Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji, which makes it very difficult for anyone who wants to learn Japanese. Many foreigners come to Vietnam always more comfortable than in other countries when it comes to languages. So although you can not speak Vietnamese, you are quietly pleased that they recognize the letters. See more in this article: Name, writing local Vietnam

Vietnam is the country in the form of S.

If you look at the map and see the position of Vietnam, you will notice that Vietnam is actually S-shaped country. Each Vietnamese is proud of that. They often tell strangers about it when they go abroad or give instructions to tourists in Vietnam. If you come to Vietnam, you will often hear the phrase “Welcome to beautiful friendly country …. S-shaped.” In addition, you can also see on the map that the majority of land in Vietnam rub the sea has some really beautiful beaches which are famous around the world, looking like Nha Trang, Mui Ne and Phu Quoc.

In the fourth, Vietnam is the world’s largest exporter of pepper and cashew nuts.

Vietnam is the world’s largest exporter of pepper and cashew nuts. India was the world’s largest exporter of these products, but Vietnam has taken place in recent years. Besides pepper and cashew nuts, Vietnam became the world’s largest exporter of coffee in 2012 and is also the world’s second largest exporter of rice. Vietnam exports mainly agricultural products, but these types of products are not of great value. Therefore, Vietnam exported these products in large numbers, but the benefit we derive from these is not much. This is why the Vietnamese government is trying to change the Vietnam into an industrial and modern country in the export of agricultural products.

In 5th In Vietnam, the majority of the population uses the bike to move every day.

The majority of the population in Vietnam use bikes to get around. Since the Vietnamese government tax bill on the very strong cars, only rich people can afford to buy cars. Although many rich people have cars, they still have their own bikes and use them as their main vehicles. This is because the infrastructure in Vietnam is very bad. There is often congestion, especially at peak hours. If you do not know how to ride bikes, you should know if you want to come to Vietnam and enjoy all the experiences yourself.