1. Service Public in Vietnam

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    made with iPhone 4s

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    • Villa Panda

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      • The Many faces of Religion in Mui ne, Vietnam.

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        Vietnam and Mui ne, because of historical and geographical factors, has an extrordinary number of different religious influences, including Animism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Christianity and several indigenous belief systems such as Cao Dai. Among the most recent religions to take hold in the coastal town is Kitesurfingism, thought to have been introduced to these windy shores by a travelling French Holy man known as Pascalus the Round. Every windy day brings scores of devoted followers to the pilgrimage site, festooned with flags and colour, where they pump up an effigies to their particular Saint, be it the Great Ozonias, Core the Invincible or Naish "the turd". On non windy days the hours are spent studying relevant scripture and endlessly discussing how well they devoted themselves yesterday and how they think they have a great new praying position to test out tomorrow. Numerous trips to the beach are carried out on these days where devotee's stand with either one finger in the air or both arms held out to the sides in anticipation of the wind Gods coming. If you have long hippy length beach hair, a penchant for talking complete bollocks and an ability to wave your arms around and shout even though the person your shouting at is 600m away and can't possibly hear you, you too can become a disciple of this ever growing faith and after many days of study and pilgrimage you too can also teach Kitesurfingism to others. Our Souls......

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        • A beautiful Day.

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          From Sunrise to Sunset, there is always something happening in Mui Ne, a Beautiful fishing village nestled in the sand dunes of Southern Vietnam. From the arrival the night fishermen at first light to the scores of sunseeking tourists on the beaches, there is never a dull moment. Music- The Books and Jose Gonzalez - Cello Song www.fisheyeproduction.com

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          • Mui Ne, Vietnam

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            A day spent driving through the bucolic landscapes north of Mui Ne. Music written and recorded in bungalow on beach.

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            • K!NN's KTA Vietnam 2012- Teaser

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              • The Lost Kingdom of Champa

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                arahproductions / Updated and re-uploaded the video. / The entire video's script is provided below: Nha Trang (The Champa territory of Kauthara) -Kauthara was home to much wildlife including tigers, elephants, and had abounding fish -In the 4th Century CE the Kingdom of Champa embraced Hinduism -The Chams dedicated the temples to the Hindu god Shiva and to Champa god-kings -This tower (Po Nagar) was dedicated to both Hindu and Buddhist deities; built before 781 CE -The religous offerings and prayer performed inside the temple Phan Rang (The Champa Panduranga) -Panduranga was the last Champa territory to be annexed by the Vietnamese in 1832 -The first signs of Islam appeared in Champa around the 11th century likely due to influx of Arab, Persian, and Gujerati traders -The tower of Po klaung garai may have been built at the end of the 13th century -Legend has it the Khmers to the west tried to invade Champa. The Champa King settled the matter with a tower building contest. The Chams won with this tower -The ingenious use of red bricks without any binding mortar still befuddles archeologists to this day -The Cham script evolved from the influence of the Brahimi script from India Mui Ne (Still within the Champa territory of Panduranga) -Mui Ne is known as the resort capital of Vietnam with scenic beaches and sand dunes -The temples of Mui Ne were built in the 8th century and are among the oldest standing today

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                • K!NN's KTA Vietnam 2012

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                  This is the story of KTA Vietnam told through K!NN Pro Rider Team's eyes! KTA Vietnam 2012, bring it on! Follow us on www.facebook.com/kinnteam

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                  • NSA Asia Kite Tour 2011-2012

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                    Видео отчет о нашей поездке в Азию с Декабря 2011 по Март 2012. Мы посетили Филиппины, райский вестренный остров Боракай и Вьетнамский культовый спот Муй не. Текстовый отчет с фото можно посмотреть вот здесь www.sergeybelmesov.com/ru/news/82-asian-trip

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                    • Vietnam Trip 2012

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                      25 days, 6 friends, 2000 km, Vietnam from the North to the South. Trailer. Shot on HF10. Music by Zack Hemsey. Edited in Premiere Pro, Magic Bullet Looks, Twixtor.

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