Chapter III: Millennial Anniversary of Hanoi
19/09/2010 22:00

<p>&lt;p class=&quot;kBody&quot;&gt;In the evening of September 19th at Dong Mo, Hanoi, the opening ceremony of Vietnam National Villages for Ethnic Cultures and Tourism, together with many special programs of arts and ethnic performances drove the direction toward Millennial Anniversary of Hanoi.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=&quot;kBody&quot;&gt;The image of Ly Thai To King on the way moving to Dai La; the King stood on the bridge with the fluttered flag behind reading &amp;ldquo;The royal decree to move the capital to Thang Long . The following was the performance to celebrate Thang Long &amp;ndash; Hanoi &amp;ndash; Thang Long.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p class=&quot;kBody&quot;&gt;The jubilant chorus &amp;ldquo;Vietnam welcomes you&amp;rdquo; sent an image of a wealthy and developing Vietnam with the bold national characters; the wide cities interspersed with scenes of regions. The act of Dragon dance, Teu uncle, characters in folk stories of 54 ethnic groups mixed in the atmosphere of the festival of Thang Long 1000 years old. Along with these, fireworks were shot up to sky to create the colorful and sparkling image &amp;ldquo;Vietnam with flowers and brocade&amp;rdquo;.&lt;br /&gt; &amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;</p>

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