Vietnamese comic book on sovereignty stirs up Chinese concerns

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The Chinese press has given many pages recently on Vietnam's first comic book affirming sovereignty over the Spratly and Paracels archipelagos. The first volume "Hoang Sa, Truong Sa - khang dinh chu quyen" or Paracels, Spratly - Affirming Vietnamese Sovereignty, was published in September. While the publishing of the book received great support and appreciation from local readers, several Chinese newspapers have disputed claims made in the book. Several local experts said the situation has … [Read more...]

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Comic popularises Vietnam’s sovereignty

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The first volume, entitled Truong Sa and Hoang Sa archipelagoes: Sovereignty Affirmation, was presented to young readers on Wednesday in HCM City. Patriotic prodigies: Cover of the Paracel and Spratly Archipelagoes: Sovereignty Affirmation Viet Nam's sovereignty over the Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagoes is the main theme in the latest volumes of the widely popular comic series Than Dong Dat Viet (Vietnamese Child Prodigies). The first volume, entitled Truong Sa … [Read more...]

Comic popularises VN sovereignty

Patriotic prodigies: Cover of the Paracel and Spratly Archipelagoes: Sovereignty Affirmation.

HCM CITY (VNS) — Viet Nam's sovereignty over the Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagoes is the main theme in the latest volumes of the widely popular comic series Than Dong Dat Viet (Vietnamese Child Prodigies). The first volume, entitled Truong Sa and Hoang Sa archipelagoes: Sovereignty Affirmation, was presented to young readers on Wednesday in HCM City by Phan Thi Education, Communications and Entertainment JSC. The 100-page comic book is about the adventures of Trang Ty … [Read more...]

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More bronze drums to be made Kinh Do Investment and Media Company and the AMC Investment and Development Joint Stock Company, under the patronage of the Viet Nam Cultural Heritage Association and the Viet Nam Historical Science Association, plan to cast 37 bronze drums. … [Read more...]

Parents concerned over violent comics, DVDs

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VietNamNet Bridge - Educators and parents are concerned that many of the most popular books for children, especially those translated from foreign languages, contain too much violence and other adult content. "When we were teens, we liked Vietnamese stories eulogising national heroes and examples of children doing well at home and school, but now these books are old-fashioned for most children," the father of an 11-year-old boy grumbles. Children prefer Japanese and Chinese comics and … [Read more...]

Vietnamese comics come into their own

The "Than Dong Dat Viet" series are published in 2002 and have a significant success with 30,000 copies sold of every edition.

2010 marks a significant milestone for the company, the entrepreneur and Vietnam's comic industry as a whole - it is the 10th anniversary of the "Than Dong Dat Viet" (Vietnamese Child Prodigies) comic series. Published by the Phan Thi Company - a pioneer publisher of Vietnamese comics - the series marks the success of an effort that has had to struggle with much stronger, well-equipped competition - Japanese comics. The "Than Dong Dat Viet" series has been in the market since 2002, and has … [Read more...]