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The Vietnamese character
A few years back, in Goeterborg, I had the occasion to meet Sociology Professor Goran Therborn, and talked with him about the Swedish mentality. We agreed that when it came to questions of national character, the psychology of peoples, cultural identity and traditional values, circumspection is indispensable lest one fall into the trap of racism. 

In Viet Nam since the August 1945 revolution which put an end to colonial rule, dozens of seminars and an abundance of literature have been devoted to the character and cultural identity of the Vietnamese people. Works of research which laid particular stress on the positive aspects established the following points about the Vietnamese character:
- Strong adherence to the community. Formation of the nation at an early stage (family - village - State). Reason: unity in order to fight against foreign invasions and natural disasters (building dykes against floods). Social, political and economic cell: the village.
- Love for country, an essential element.
- An ancient culture. Importance of the Viet language. Love of learning.
- Ardour to work. Intelligence, innovativeness, skilfulness. Influence of wet rice cultivation. Thrift.
- Primordial role of the family (language: use of personal pronouns according to the presumed age of the interlocutor, indicating his or her possible position in the family).
- Filial piety, respect for aged persons. Solidarity (family, village and nation).
- Faculty of adaptation for survival, suppleness of comportment. Sense of realism, preference for concreteness. Eclecticism. Empiricism.
- Sobriety and simplicity of life style. More sensitive to that which is simple, skilful, lovely and graceful than to that which is imposing and monumental.
- More sentimental than rational.
- Little inclined to philosophical speculations or metaphysical flights.
- Religious feelings: religiosity rather than fanaticism. A large fund of autochthonous beliefs (animism).
- Profound influence of Confucianism and Buddhism.
- On the scale of cultural values, priority given to the good rather than the beautiful, hence the predominant role of morals and virtues.
 
Till today, in their analyses of the Vietnamese character and cultural identity, our researchers have mostly underlined the positive points (sense of community, patriotism, diligence, love of learning, etc.). Very few discuss the negative aspects, especially in the light of the present.
 
I think that this attitude was justified during the long period of war since it was necessaiy to highlight positive national traditions in order to galvanise the resistance. However, in the current situation of increasing competition on a world
scale, truly scientific research is needed to reveal our people’s weak as well as strong points, in order to help shape capable and highly motivated citizens.
 
According to our researchers, the main negative traits of the Vietnamese character and cultural identity may be listed in the following way:
- Due to the frequency of war, social development was often disrupted. The socio-economic structures have gone through repeated interruptions or were unable to evolve normally.
- The reverse side of the strong sense of community is the exaggerated concern for face saving, localism and regionalism and the difficulty for individuals to gain a sense of self-affirmation.
- Fidelity to traditions may lead to conservatism, reticence in the face of reforms and renovation (of economy, technique, and society).
- Patriarchialism inherited from traditional society may breed sectarianism, anarchism and the cult of personality. Small-scale agriculture, artisanery and morselling lead to lack of discipline, foresight, planning and accounting. Weak concern for profitability.
- Lack of logical and analytical sense. Empiricism. Reliance on chance.
 
It goes without saying that not all the traits we have enumerated can be taken as gospel truth. Nevertheless, they provide material for serious research and discussion.
 
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Anatole France, forotten link?
What has always intrigued me is to see Anatole France appear among the favourite authors of Ho Chi Minh, he had lived in France from 1918 to 1923 under the name of Nguyen Ai Quoc, or “Nguyen the Patriot.” 

What do the two men have in common: on the one side Asia’s anti-colonialist revolutionary militant, ascetic but optimistic, and on the other side a dilettante French writer, Epicurean, sceptic and disenchanted at the same lane?
 
I believe their first link would have been of a practical kind. As a left-wing journalist starting his career in Paris, Ho Chi Minh might have taken die clear, sober and elegant writing style of Anatole France - the 1921 Literature Nobel Prize winner - as a model. Moreover, imbued with Sino-Vietnamese humanities, he might have felt close to the author of The Crime ofSylvestre Bonnard, which is steeped in Greek-Latin humanities. He might have found in Anatole France’s defence of social justice and tolerance a I continuation of the ideas of the Enlightenment philosophers, from ị Crainquebille to Dreyfuss.
 
During the first 20 years of the 20th century, Anatoie France enjoyed high prestige. He has now, however, practically ceased to exert influence over French literature. When travelling to France, I only met few admirers of the writer.
 
Among the generations educated in French schools during the colonisation period, many recall with emotion a text by Anatoie France on the first day back to school (“I will tell you what comes back to mind...”), which was learnt by heart in primary schools. In their eyes, Anatoie France remains a profoundly humane narrator, full of irony and compassion.
 
Though works on the history of contemporary French literature do not even mention Anatoie France, one enjoys flicking through pages of his ¡oughts from time to time as if seeking a forgotten scent in old paths.
 
Here are some of the thoughts of the 1921 Nobel Prize winner, selected random:
 
“The more I think of human life, the more I believe in the necessity for »have irony and pity as witnesses and judges. Irony and pity are two good counsellors. The first smiles to make life more amiable, the second weeps to make it more sacred. The irony which I invoke is not in the least cruel, it mocks neither love nor beauty, Irony is gentle and benevolent; it soothes anger and teaches us to mock the wicked and fools, whom we might otherwise be so weak as to hate.”
 
“The believer rejoices at his ulcers; he considers as pleasant the injustices and violence of his enemies; even his faults and crimes do not take away his hopes. But in a world where the enlightenment of faith has died out, evil and pain have lost their very significance and merely appear as odious jokes and sinister farces.”
 
“To enhance the value of the terrestrial globe, we should first of all enhance the value of man.”
 
“The fundamental principle of all colonial wars is that a European be superior to the people against whom he fights.”
 
“One calls good people those who act like others.”
 
“Things are by themselves neither big nor small. When we think that the universe is vast, it is simply a human’s idea.”
 
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The pride in national traditions
Last August, an international workshop on the preservation and development of Vietnamese villages engaged in traditional crafts took place in Ha Noi. It was organised by the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and UNIDO in collaboration with Japanese experts. 
 
An event that took place twenty years after the end of the war and ten years after the launching of the policy of renovation, the workshop was indeed a belated but necessary initiative. Between 1991 and 1995, industry recorded a yearly growth of 13.6 percent, which brought about an improvement of the national economic structure. Between 1990 and 1995, the shares of industry, agriculture and the service industry went from 22.7 percent, 38.7 percent and 38.6 percent to 27.2 percent, 30.9 percent and 42.5 percent respectively. In such a scenario, an important contribution has been in the area of small - and medium sized undertakings which account for 93 percent of the total industrial and handicraft enterprises in Viet Nam.
 
Villagers with traditional crafts shelter many small - and medium sized undertakings. Over the centuries their products bearing authentic Vietnamese features have been recognised and appreciated by the international community. The Vietnamese village, the pre-eminent social cell, was born ages ago in the context of a rice-growing civilisation in Southeast Asia. The crafts bom there were essentially autarkic. However, they supplemented the growing of crops, improved the peasants’ livelihood and contributed to commercial exchanges, some of which crossed national boundaries. Villages with traditional crafts often practised the cult of patron saint who had taught the trade to their population. A patron saint could have been an ambassador who availed himself of his mission to China to learn skills. The indigenous handicraft product absorbed elements from neighbouring countries, even from the West in early 20th century. This was true, for instance, in the case of working with lacquer, that autochthonous handicraft bom in the first millennium before the Christian era came under Chinese influence (technique, motifs) in the Middle Ages (statuary of pagodas, parallel panels). It borrowed elements from Western art (notions of perspective, colours, etc.) to evolve into present day lacquer painting.
 
The workshop I mention above on villages with traditional crafts dealt with the problem of the promotion, even the resurrection, of traditional hand-icrafts. That problem is of interest to developed countries (breaking the monopoly of chain production) and especially to developing countries contributing to the improvement of living conditions.
 
In Viet Nam, ever since the 1945 revolution and even during the subsequent resistance war, handicrafts (including those practised in villagers) effectively helped industiy, still insufficiently developed, to serve the needs of the home market and part of the exports. Following the collapse of the East European bloc, the sale of handicraft products to that essential market suffered a severe blow from which it has now slowly recovered. Much hope rests on the West market since the launching of the policy of opening up to it (1986).
 
The workshop made recommendations with a view tò promoting or reviving traditional village crafts (government policies: funding, vocational training, supply of materials, buying orders, looking for outlets, corporate efforts, etc.).
 
I have recently visited several such villages. They are relatively prosperous compared to villages drawing their livelihood solely from rice growing. Income from the fields and gardens covers food and small daily expenses. That from supplementary craft supplies the cash needed for important expenses (construction or repair of houses, television sets, motorbikes, etc.). Although equipped sometimes with rudimentary machines the work calls for a great deal of nhvsical effort and give only a paltry income. One of the reasons for that situation is that since the adoption of a market economy, certain businessmen or companies have village craftsmen jobbing for them, selling their products to exporters or State companies, and pocketing the larger part of the profits.
 
With regard to the promulgation of traditional crafts, the responsible authorities seem to be more pre-occupied with seeking an expansion of dollar earning foreign markets than with a quick development of the domestic market; and this too in a country that has a population of over 70 million. They should launch a mass campaign in favour of national handicraft products. A brief visit to Ham Long street in Ha Noi should supply proofs of the necessity of that measure: snobs come there in droves to buy bad quality porcelain coming from some Chinese border district, shoddy goods which are far from meeting the standards of ceramics turned out by. craftsmen of Bat Trang village. Without falling into chauvinism, one should instil into the masses, especially the young, a pride in national traditions. This can happen in the context of a more broad ranging struggle to preserve our cultural identity.

 
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The Mecca of Vietnamese Buddhism
Back from an excursion to Mount Yen Tu our group of Swedes and Vietnamese returned to Ha Noi in the evening, tired but satisfied about having completed the itinerary followed by Buddhist pilgrims over the past seven hundred years.
 
An old folk song says:
"Whoever has decided tơ adopt the faith of Buddha
Can find peace of mind only after passing by Yen Tu.”

Mount Yen Tu (1,068) about a hundred kilometres east of Ha Noi and fifty kilometres west of the famous Ha Long Bay, is part of the Dong Trieu Mountain Range. Its wild beauty has hardly been touched by tourism. The Phu Van Pagoda (Floating Cloud) was built during the reign of the Lý Dynasty (1010-1225). It had attracted many hermits including Taoist priest An Ky Sinh who came to pick medicinal herbs (the name Yen Tu - Master Yen - comes from An Ky Sinh, An being also pronounced Yen).
 
But mount Yen Tu became the true sanctuary of Vietnamese Buddhism only because of the asceticism of King Tran Nhan Tong (1258-1307), a warrior, diplomat, poet and theologist devoted to Buddha even as he was still living one of the most endearing figures of our history and bur culture.
 
In the middle of the 13th century, the immense Mongol Empire stretched from Beijing to the Volga. His mobile cavalry sowed terror in Asia and Europe. In 1285 the Mongol prince Togan (Thoat Hoan), son of Khubilai Khan, invaded Viet Nam with 500,000 troops. After a strategic withdrawal, the Vietnamese launched a guerrilla war. By the middle of the year the counter-offensive routed the Mongols. Togan fled, hidden in a bronze cylinder. In 1287 another half a million Mongols, reinforced by a formidable river fleet, again invaded Viet Nam. The Mongol army was cut into pieces on the Bach Dang River.
 
Tran Nhan Tong, the soul of the two wars of resistance, was present at this decisive victory (1288). He was then thirty years old. Some time later, loyal to his vocation and Buddhist traditions he retired to Yen Tu to lead a monastic life.
 
The same king founded a Vietnamese Thien (zen) Buddhist school.
 
Buddhism was introduced into Viet Nam in the second century. It was more affiliated to Chinese than Indian Buddhism. The Thiền sect (dhyana, zen) is one of the ten Buddhist sects of China. Before Tran Nhan Tong, Viet Nam had known three Thiên schools: one founded by Vinitaruci, an Indian bonze coming from China (sixth century); one by Vo Ngon Thong, a Chinese monk (9th century); and by Thao Đuong, a Chinese monk brought from Champa by a Ly king (11th century).
 
Tran Nhan Tong carried on this line by laying the foundations of the Thien school of Truc Lam (Forest of Bamboo) called, no doubt, after the magnificent bamboo groves of Yen Tu. The Thien teaches the immanence of Buddha and special techniques of meditation to achieve immediate enlightenment. It advocates intuition instead of discursive intelligence, without taking the sacred scriptures into consideration.
 
Following the traces of the king and monk in Yen Tu we started from Uong Bi Town. For over a dozen kilometres, the road passes through a large valley cut in nine places by the meandering of a stream with limpid water. The torrent and the pagoda at the foot of the mountain is called Giai Oan (Absolution). This recalls the tragic story of the collective suicide of a group of odalisques who had accompanied their royal husbands up there.
 
We passed numerous pagodas during our ascent. The mountain presents two kinds of scenery. The lower part is covered by a very dense vegetation including pine and bamboo, and is grooved by torrents. On the upper part, which is an abrupt slope, there are only rocks, pebbles and stunted plants. What a pleasure, having climbed to the peak, to inhale the fresh air of high mountains while watching the picturesque panorama unfolding beneath one’s feeling! Watching the clouds floating one can comprehend better the Buddhist concept of being and non-being.
 
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Dreamy Thoughts Of Hope
ARIES HOROSCOPE
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