PLEASE REPORT ANY SPAM POSTS. This work of Nguyen Dai Nang repeatedly utilized a style of six words and eight words per sentence poetry in 3020 lines. 1. For example, the Äinh dynasty (Nhà Äinh; è¹ä¸) is known as such because the ruling clan bore the family name Äinh (ä¸).. Based on current trends it's not hard to see Chinese becoming the lingua franca of â¦ Language. I havenât had the chance to study some artifacts of Chá»¯ Nôm. Discussion. Nom Nom Nom, Get Ready For The âChew/Revivalâ Crossover! I would say that because China ruled Vietnam for 1000 years, they required Vietnamese officials to study Chinese characters. In Vietnamese historiography, the names of dynasties were usually derived from the family name of the ruling house. Hello. Once we find a â¦ Chinese is back. As you know, Vietnam belongs to the so-called sinosphere, so she has a remarkable amount of cultural and societal legacy all over the territory. The Vietnamese Nôm Preservation Foundation arose from the postwar efforts of Vietnamese and Americans who feared that an entire literary culture--the 1000 years of writing in Chá»¯ Nôm used to record the Vietnamese language and its vast heritage of poetry, history, medicine, royal edict, and religion--was about to go extinct. Chu Nom Revival Project, seeking to revive or simply explore the former Vietnamese script of Chu Nom. And that is how they corresponded through writing. What are the chances for a Chu Nom revival and what do you think the extent of it would be? Foundation. The preservation of Chá»¯ Nôm practiced by the Foundation involves different approaches, such as the electronic font carving, ideograms entered into Unicode and the International Standard (regulated by ISO), digitization for displaying Nôm on the Internet and the revival of ancient works in literature, history, culture, musics and the arts (e.g. The language of the Gin people is a Vietnamese dialect. I see two favourable conditions for a revival of Chu Nom emerging. From the 10th century, the dominance of Chá»¯ Hán began to be challenged by Chu Nom, a system of modified and invented characters modeled loosely on Chinese characters. Chá»¯ Nôm - unlike the system of Chá»¯ Hán - allowed for the expression of purely Vietnamese words, was created in Vietnam at least as early as the 13th century. the chamber music called Ca trù). Background Naming convention. This site was established in November 25, 2011, as a substitute of the former Chu Nom wikipedia. Chu Nom language was a written form of Vietnamese that utilized Chinese characters. Chá»¯-nôm uses a mixture of standard Chinese characters and new characters invented specifically for writing Vietnamese. æ¼¢å(Chá»¯ Hán) in Vietnam:is the revival of the æ¼¢å education in Vietnam necessary or not? This site belongs to Han-Nom Revival Committee of Vietnam, a nongovernmental organization committed to protecting and inheriting Han-Nom culture.