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Families of Vietnam (Families of the World) (2005)

Vietnamese Families , Eleanor Marquisee  |  NR |  DVD

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Families of Vietnam introduces two children from two different families, one urban and the other rural. View the unique lives of two children and their families from breakfast to bedtime and all the fun-filled activities in between. It shows young viewers the amazing similarities between their own lives and those of children the same age living thousands of miles away: similar chores, school and extra-curricular activities and family interactions. It is part of the highly acclaimed Families of the World series which broadcast on PBS.

In Vietnam, Anh Thu lives by the Mekong River with her family. She attends school and enjoys spending time with her friends and older brother. Her parents work on their banana and papaya plantation in the morning, then set off on their "boat store," selling groceries to customers out on the river. In Ho Chi Minh City, nine-year-old Thanh Hong goes to school where she studies French, art and reading, and plays games with friends. After school the family enjoys bowling, and then Hong does her homework. The next day Thanh Hong enjoys swimming at the community pool and the Vietnamese New Year Tet festivities, including the dragon dancing and fireworks.


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