Tran Quang Dat, International Journal of Theoretical Physics (SCIE, IF 1.347)

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Nonclassical Properties of the Superposition of Three-Mode Photon-Added Trio Coherent State

Tran Quang Dat, Optik (SCI, IF:2.1, Q2)

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Truong Minh Duc, Tran Quang Dat*. * University of Transport and Communications, Hanoi, Vietnam.

The Foundation of Vietnam and India Relation, Historical Values. Vu Hong Van

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Bài viết giới thiếu mối quan hệ giữa Việt Nam và Ấn Độ trong lịch sử, triển vọng phát triển trong tương lai.

Origin of the Worshiping of the Mother Goddess. Vu Hong Van

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Bài báo giới thiệu về nguồn gốc của tín ngưỡng thờ Mẫu. Một tín ngưỡng rất điển hình của người Việt Nam

Tran Quang Dat, J Phys B (SCI, IF:2.115, Q2)

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Truong Minh Duc, Dang Huu Dinh and Tran Quang Dat** University of Transport and Communications, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Identify the Values of Ancestor Worship Belief in the Spiritual Life of Vietnamese People. Vũ Hồng Vận, Nguyễn Trọng Long

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Bài viết giới thiệu về tiến ngưỡng tờ cúng tổ tiên, một tín ngưỡng rất điển hình của người Việt Nam.

Confucianism Perspective on the Position of Women in Society and the Impact of that Perspective on Gender Equality in Vietnam Today

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Vũ Hồng Vận, Nguyễn Xuân Phong, Phạm Duy Hoàng
DOI: 10.36099/ajahss.1.8.2

Consumer Protection in E-Commercein Vietnam today

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Hà Thị Thanh, Đào thị Quế
DOI: 10.36099/ajahss.1.8.1

COMPARATIVE BUDDHISM IN INDIA, CHINA, VIETNAM AND THE SPIRIT OF LOCALIZATION IN VIETNAMESE BUDDHISM Vu Hong Van University of Transport and Communications DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijrsr.2019.1006.3608

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Buddhism is one of the largest philosophical and religious doctrines in the world, which has existed for a long time with the massive doctrinal system and the large number of Buddhists distributed throughout the world. Buddhism was spread into our country around the 2nd century AD and quickly became a religion that had a profound influence on the spiritual life of Vietnamese people, besides Confucianism, Taoism and Christianity. Vietnam is a country that has been heavily influenced by Chinese culture, so it has been a long time, the view that Buddhism has been also spread from China to Vietnam. Buddhism in Vietnam has been just a copy from Chinese Buddhism. This study contributes to making comparisons of Buddhism in India, China and Vietnam; the process of Buddhism localization in Vietnam, thereby becoming more aware of the process of exchanging and absorbing the cultural values of Buddhism to Vietnamese culture


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Currently with the strong development of science and technology and the trend of globalization, the training of high quality human resources, the ability to create and adapt quickly to the new working environment is conditions exist of each country. As one of the key components of the teaching and learning process, the method is a special activity and must always be changed to fit the practical, demanding requirements of the age and suit. Employer requirements. These changes set out for teachers as well as learners to always explore, discover new teaching and learning methods that are appropriate, which is also one of the important bases to improve the quality of human resources in Vietnam today.
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Beliefs Worship the Village’s Tutelaray God in the Beliefs Life of Vietnamese People. Vu Hong Van. DOI: 10.11648/j.hss.20190705.12

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Vietnam is a country with many beliefs and religions, including beliefs and religions imported from abroad, but there were also beliefs that appear on Vietnam itself. We can refer to typical folk beliefs such as: worship ancestors, worship of Mother Goddesses and many other typical folk beliefs, in the worship of the Vietnamese, beliefs worship “Thành Hoàng làng” (the Village’s Tutelary god) is one of the popular beliefs throughout the country. In villages of Vietnamese and communes, the beliefs worship Village’s Tutelary god is a sacred belief, a spiritual support for village communities for generations. Through the ups and downs of the times, the beliefs worship the Village’s Tutelary god had many changes, however, along with other folk beliefs, the belief of the Village’s Tutelary god has played an important part in creating the characteristic of beliefs and the culture of Vietnam. This analysis will join us in answering many questions related to the worship of the Village’ Tutelary god, namely: What is the Village’s Tutelary god? Why was the Village’s Tutelary god not the Tutelary god? Why have had there a worship of the Village’s Tutelary god in Vietnam? Beliefs of the Vietnamese people into the Village’ Tutelary god, the position of the Village’s Tutelary god in the religious life of Vietnamese people.
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Identify the Imprints of Taoism in Vietnam’s Ancient Literature. Vu Hong Van.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20431/2454-7654.0503002

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Historically, Vietnam has interacted with many religions in the world. Many world religions when penetrating into Vietnam have been received by Vietnamese people, adapted to the local culture. One of the religions that entered Vietnam quite early was Taoism. Taoism is an ancient religion, long-lasting in Chinese history, it has overcome many challenges of space and time to survive today. Right after its birth, Taoism had a certain influence from Sichuan, Ha Dong and spread to the Changjiang basin and spread throughout the vast Chinese country. Historically, Taoism has also interacted with many different cultures and left its mark in many East Asian countries. We can see its influence in the beliefs, religions and rituals of many classes of people, in many countries, over the centuries.During the first propagation into Vietnam, Taoism found similar long - standing beliefs available. The cult of magic, witchcraft, talisman ... of the ancient Vietnamese, has become a fertile ground for sowing Taoist seeds. Taoism has a great influence on the spiritual life of Vietnamese people, including literature. On the basis of researching the documents and articles going on to study the influence of Taoism on Vietnam’s ancient literature, thereby contributing to understanding the process of exchange and acculturation of Vietnamese people in history.

Năm học 2018-2019 Khoa KHCB Phân hiệu tiếp tục có thêm 2 bài báo quốc tế nằm trong danh mục SCIE

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Công trình trên thuộc về Thầy Kiều Hữu Dũng, Bộ môn Toán, Khoa Khoa học cơ bản Phân hiệu. Đây là kết quả nghiên cứu của tác giả trong quá trình làm nghiên cứu sinh tại Viện Toán học Việt Nam.
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