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”Vietnam“ myth of the origin of ”越南“神话的起源

我在新加坡河拍照,刚好新加坡国家博物馆展览"越南"神话的起源,参观里面展览会令我得益不浅。。。
这个展览将集中于亚洲其中一个增长最快的经济体-越南-从神话的起源,以不断上升的经济力量,它已成为今天。旅客将可探索越南的独特的文化特征,可以看出 在不同的物质文化的发展在过去的2500年。这丰富的遗产,是由于不同文化的影响,而被吸收和适应。先进的青铜技术的侗族文化的儿子,越南北部的一些 2500年前,共同的相似之处,与中国传统和还出口到其他东南亚部分地区。越南文化北部红河地区,是严重影响中国在第一千年的共同的时代,当该地区是根据 中国的规则。在越南中部,佛教,印度教王国婆留下了一个重要遗产,寺庙和雕塑,灵感来自印度的传统。在高地和其他偏远地区,部落社区所涉及的跨边界贸易, 也参与这一进程的跨文化适应。

重要件由新加坡国家博物馆靠近越南,将展示在这个展览,包括考古材料,雕塑,纺织品和人种的对象。一些展品将来自私人收藏,并含石棉材料本身的收集。


I take photographs in the Singapore River, just in Singapore, the National Museum exhibition entitled "Vietnam" myth of the origin, and visited the exhibition inside I benefit greatly. . .This exhibition will focus on one of Asia’s fastest growing economies – Vietnam - from its mythical origins to the rising economic power it has become today. Visitors will be able to explore Vietnam's unique cultural identity, as seen in the diverse material cultures that developed over the past 2,500 years. This rich legacy is the result of different cultural influences, which were absorbed and adapted. The advanced bronze technology of the Dong Son culture of northern Vietnam some 2,500 years ago, shared similarities with Chinese traditions and was also exported to other parts of Southeast Asia. The Viet culture of the northern Red River region, was heavily influenced by China during the first 1,000 years of the common era, when the region was under Chinese rule. In central Vietnam, the Hindu Buddhist kingdom of Champa left an important legacy of temples and sculpture, inspired by Indian traditions. In the highlands and other remote areas, tribal communities involved in cross-border trade also engaged in the process of cross-cultural adaptation.
Important pieces from Singapore national museums around Vietnam, will be exhibited in this exhibition, including archaeological materials, sculpture, textiles and ethnographic objects. Some exhibits will come from private collections and the ACM’s own collection.

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