Chinese Tea Ceremony. Linh Kan Pagoda, Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Tu' treats us to a Chinese Tea Ceremony and conversation in his room at the Linh Kan Pagoda in Quy Nhon. He is a 27 year old student who is studying Buddhism at University in HCMC. He is living at the Pagoda and continuing his training to become a monk at the Pagoda in his home town in Quy Nhon. He has been studying English for the past 3 months. He is a very gentle, happy, and kind soul.
Post #5: Making Connections on the Central Coast July 1st 2009 As we continued our journey north, we visited two coastal areas in the central portion of Vietnam - first the very popular beach-party city of Nha Trang and then the much quieter, less touristy town of Quy Nhon. We only stayed in Nha Trang for one day, enough time to try the micro-brews at the New Zealand-owned “Louisiane Brew House” - the first microbrewery we’ve seen in Vietnam. For thos ... read more
Asia » Vietnam » South Central Coast » Binh Dinh » Qui Nhon The conquest of Vietnam by France began in 1858 and was completed by 1884. It became part of French Indochina in 1887. Independence was declared after World War II, but the French continued to rule until 1954 when they were defeated by Communist forc... ... read more