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Who is this ????????? ^^. Vietnamese Art talk The “Ao Dai” and the “Non La”. ESL 156 Comparative Culture Studies Presenter: Dat Truong and 2K Instructor: Lyra Riabov April 19, 2011. Outline. Introduction Cultural Value. The “Ao Dai” and The “Non La”.

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vietnamese art talk the ao dai and the non la

Vietnamese Art talkThe “Ao Dai” and the “Non La”

ESL 156 Comparative Culture Studies

Presenter:Dat Truong and 2K

Instructor:Lyra Riabov

April 19, 2011

  • Introduction
  • Cultural Value
the ao dai and the non la
The “Ao Dai” and The “Non La”
  • “Ao Dai” or “Vietnamese Long Dresses” , is a Vietnamese national costume.
  • “Non La” or “Leaf Hat ” , is a Vietnamese traditional hat.
The word Ao Dai means ‘Long Dress
  • Men no longer wear the garment as much as women do.
  • Vietnamese girls wear this leaf hat like a little umbrella to protect themselves from sun or rain.

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cultural value
Cultural Value

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“Non La” and “Ao Dai”, has always been a symbol of Vietnam, closely linked people & their daily lives.
  • The “Non La” is not only a symbol of Vietnamese girls, but has also become part of the spirit of Vietnam the nation.
  • The Ao Dai is famously known to ‘cover everything, but hide nothing’, and it perfectly accentuates the long, lithe body possessed by Vietnamese women. When choosing to wear the Ao Dai it pays to have a similarly shaped figure.
  • http://hallovietnam.wordpress.com/2007/06/20/non-la/
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aodai
  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/N%C3%B3n-l%C3%A1/114998128517430