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Ba Na Mountain

Started by Ellen Pham. Last reply by Ellen Pham Jan 4, 2010. 0 Replies

Mt. Ba Naby Chuck PhamMt. Ba NaIt is the mountain of four seasons.It is early in the morning when the warm wind blows through the wild flowers. Nearby, birds are chirping. It is spring on Ba Na…Continue

Vietnamese Poetry - Ho Xuan Huong (1772 – 1822)

Started by Ellen Pham Apr 2, 2009. 0 Replies

Ho Xuan Huong (1772 – 1822)Autumn LandscapeDrop by drop rain slaps the banana leaves.Praise whoever sketched this desolate scene:the lush, dark canopies of the gnarled tress,the long river, sliding…Continue

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For those who still dream in Vietnamese, and for their friends, teachers, and families.

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Buffalo, let me tell you something,

Go out and plow with me,

Out in the field, be a farmer.

Me here, you there, who's griping?

As long as the rice stalks are blooming,

There'll be blades of grass for you to eat.


Vietnamese have great affection for their water buffalo. The buffalo is deeply loyal, and believes it is part of the family. If someone tries to steal him, he will fight hard and travel many miles to get back home. Buddha says you should try not to eat meat, but it is a sin to eat your water buffalo or dog! In good times, when a water buffalo dies, he is buried near the family graveyard. In hard times, his body may be sold to a neighbor, but you do not eat him yourself. Nowadays, many Vietnamese are cutting off the feet of their buffalo to sell to the Chinese. Maybe it is to make Chinese medicine, maybe it is so the businesses in China can sell tractors back to the Vietnamese farmer. It is a great sadness to lose these sturdy friends in such a disgraceful way.

much more to come!

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Ba Na Mountain

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