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Lotus Embroidery Artwork

Updated at 2024-05-25

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The lotus is a profound symbol of Buddhism in Vietnam, a country with a strong Buddhist influence. Most Vietnamese consider the lotus as the national flower. Therefore, it is often the subject of their internationally renowned traditional hand embroidery art. The artwork in the picture was gifted by Director Vu Tien-Dung during his first trip to Taoyuan. The symbolic significance of this gift fully highlighted the sincerity of his inaugural visit.

Details

Name
Lotus Embroidery Artwork
Giver
Vu Tien Dung, Director, Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei, Taiwan
Friendly States
Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Flag: The name of Vietnam's flag is “cờ đỏ sao vàng” (“red flag with a golden star”). It was adopted on Nov. 30, 1955. The flag has an aspect ratio of 2:3. In the center is a yellow star (gold star) that symbolizes the leading position of the Communist Party of Vietnam. The red background symbolizes revolution and victory. The five points of the star represent workers, peasants, soldiers, intellectuals, and youths.
National day: Sept. 2
Language: Vietnamese, with little understanding of English, Mandarin, Russian, and French. Cantonese is used amongst ethnic Chinese people in the south.
Capital: Hanoi
Area: 331,410 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 98.85 million people
Currency: Dong
Government: Socialist communist state

Size
L57cm W39cm H3cm
Category
Paintings、Handicrafts
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