Dân ca dân nhạc VN – Đờn Ca Tài Tử Miền Nam

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Tiếp theo Hệ Thống Bài Bản Cổ Nhạc, hôm nay mình giới thiệu đến các bạn bộ môn Đờn Ca Tài Tử Miền Nam.

Đờn Ca Tài Tử Miền Nam là một dòng nhạc dân tộc của Việt Nam đã được UNESCO công nhận là di sản văn hóa phi vật thể và là một danh hiệu UNESCO ở Việt Nam có vùng ảnh hưởng lớn, với phạm vi 21 tỉnh thành phía Nam Việt Nam. Tiếp tục đọc “Dân ca dân nhạc VN – Đờn Ca Tài Tử Miền Nam”

US commends China for transparency on military affairs: Duowei

China Times

  • Staff Reporter
  • 2015-05-30
  • 09:50 (GMT+8)
China's carrier battle group visits Sarayburnu in Istanbul, Turkey, for five days, from May 24. This is the third time for China's military have visited the country. (Photo/Xinhua)

China’s carrier battle group visits Sarayburnu in Istanbul, Turkey, for five days, from May 24. This is the third time for China’s military have visited the country. (Photo/Xinhua)

The US has affirmed the relative transparency of China after the country laid out its military strategy in a white paper, according to Duowei News, a media outlet run by overseas Chinese.

The white paper focuses on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, countermeasures for the US Asia Pivot and efforts to work together with the militaries of other countries in the region, as well as with the US. Tiếp tục đọc “US commends China for transparency on military affairs: Duowei”

Vietnam defense white papers

VietNam National Defence (Vietnam White papers 2009) (09:51 | 09/28/2012)

(Bqp.vn) – The White Paper on Vietnam National Defence provides readers with an overview on the basic issues of the Vietnam’s national defence policy of which the building of all-people national defence, the building of the VPA and the Militia and Self-Defence Force are key matters. The issues addressed in the White Paper on Vietnam National Defence are aimed at contributing to the promotion of mutual understanding and confidence-building between Vietnam and other countries.

Vietnam’s National Defense in the early years of the 21st century (Vietnam White papers 2004) (09:46 | 09/28/2012)

Vietnam’s National Defense in the early years of the 21st century (Vietnam White papers 2004)

Vietnam White papers 1998 (09:41 | 09/28/2012)

Vietnam White papers 1998

Source: Ministry of National Defense

White Paper Outlines China’s Ambitions

TAIPEI, Taiwan — China released its first white paper on military strategy Tuesday, just two weeks after the release of the Pentagon’s annual report to the US Congress on China’s military and security developments.

Neither report appears to take blame for the rising tensions in the South China and East China seas. The Chinese report, “China’s Military Strategy,” indicates “some of its offshore neighbors” have taken “provocative actions” and reinforced their military presence on China’s reefs and islands “illegally.” Tiếp tục đọc “White Paper Outlines China’s Ambitions”

Dân ca dân nhạc VN – Hệ thống bài bản cổ nhạc miền nam

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Phần giới thiệu tiếp theo của mình với các bạn trong Dân ca Dân nhạc Việt Nam hôm nay sẽ là “Hệ Thống Tổng Quát Bài Bản Cổ Nhạc Miền Nam”, một số bài bản trong hệ thống này đã trở thành những bài thông dụng trong bộ môn Cải Lương qua nhiều thế hệ.

Cổ Nhạc Miền Nam bao gồm nhiều bài bản lớn nhỏ. Và đã được xếp loại chia các bài ra 10 nhóm thứ tự như sau:

Nhứt Lý: các điệu Lý
Nhì Ngâm: ngâm Kiều, ngâm thơ, ngâm sa mạc…
Tam Nam: ba bài Nam lớn
Tứ Oán: các bài Oán
Ngũ Điểm: sáu bài Bắc lớn
Lục Xuất: sáu bài ngắn
Thất Chính: bảy bài nhạc lớn lễ, cung đình
Bát Ngự: tám bài Ngự
Cửu Nhĩ: 2 bài do nhóm tài tử miền Đông biên soạn
Thập Thủ: thập thủ liên hoàn, 10 bài ngắn Tiếp tục đọc “Dân ca dân nhạc VN – Hệ thống bài bản cổ nhạc miền nam”

Quang Tri fights DDT pollution

The foundation staff found the Trieu Long 2 Primary School on a contaminated site. — VNS Photo Phuoc Buu

QUANG TRI (VNS) — Non-governmental organisations have started investigating several sites in the central Quang Tri Province that have become polluted by pesticides.

Following a report in Viet Nam News on pollution causing locals hardship, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung from Germany last week held a preliminary survey in the area. Tiếp tục đọc “Quang Tri fights DDT pollution”

Singapore, Indonesia, Mỹ, Úc… đồng loạt tố Trung Quốc

21/05/2015 09:07 GMT+7

TTVấn đề biển Đông bao trùm khu vực Đông Nam Á với những phát ngôn nóng của các quan chức ngoại giao, hải quân các nước.

Đảo nhân tạo Trung Quốc xây trái phép trên Đá Chữ Thập thuộc quần đảo Trường Sa của Việt Nam – Ảnh: Reuters
Trung Quốc cần phải làm sáng tỏ mục đích cuối cùng của việc bồi đắp đảo nhân tạo. Không ai cho rằng họ xây một khu nghỉ dưỡng ở đó cả. Có người đòi được giải thích họ muốn làm gì trên đó
Phó tư lệnh tác chiến hải quân Mỹ Michelle Howard

Tiếp tục đọc “Singapore, Indonesia, Mỹ, Úc… đồng loạt tố Trung Quốc”

China reinstitutes annual moratorium on fishing in part of South China Sea

China on May 16 reinstituted its annual ban on fishing in areas of the South China Sea north of the 12th parallel. The ban runs through August 1 and covers disputed waters around the Paracel Islands as well as part of a joint fishing area in the Gulf of Tonkin that Beijing and Hanoi agreed upon in 2000. Vietnam’s government strongly objected to the unilateral ban, which each year leads to sometimes-violent clashes between Chinese authorities and Vietnamese fishermen.

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NLDÝ thức rõ càng nhân nhượng thì Trung Quốc càng lấn tới nên ngư dân Việt Nam đồng lòng khẳng định sẽ tiếp tục ra Hoàng Sa, Trường Sa đánh bắt dù sẽ khó khăn, vất vả hơn Tiếp tục đọc “China reinstitutes annual moratorium on fishing in part of South China Sea”

U.S. naval vessel on patrol meets Chinese military vessels in South China Sea

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Southeast Asia from Scott Circle – May 28, 2015

The littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth on May 13 completed a weeklong patrol of the South China Sea, including near the disputed Spratly Islands, during which the U.S. Navy said it encountered several Chinese warships and was trailed at least once by a Chinese frigate. The Fort Worth, which is on a rotational deployment to Singapore, used agreed-upon codes for unplanned encounters with the Chinese vessels.

Pentagon debates freedom of navigation operations near reclaimed features

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Southeast Asia from Scott Circle – May 28, 2015

The Pentagon is considering “freedom of navigation” operations near some of China’s reclaimed features in the South China Sea, according to unnamed officials cited in a May 12 Wall Street Journal article. Assistant Secretary of Defense David Shear said during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing the next day that he could not discuss potential operations. The proposed operations would likely involve a Navy ship transiting within 12 nautical miles of reclaimed features that were originally submerged, such as Mischief Reef and Subi Reef, to assert that as artificial islands they are not entitled to a territorial sea.

South China Sea: Senior U.S. officials urge China to reduce tensions, clarify reclamation

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Southeast Asia from Scott Circle – May 28, 2015

Secretary of State John Kerry on May 16 expressed concern during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, in Beijing that China should do more to reduce tensions in the South China Sea and seek diplomatic solutions to the disputes.

Kerry also raised the South China Sea in discussions with Chinese president Xi Jinping.

Three days later, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michelle Howard in a visit to Singapore called on China to clarify the purpose of its reclamation activities and offered U.S. support for Southeast Asian states taking a unified stance on the disputes.

The Fifth Annual South China Sea Conference at CSIS

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Southeast Asia from Scott Circle – May 28

The Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies will host CSIS’s fifth annual, full-day South China Sea conference on July 21. The conference will provide opportunities for in-depth discussion and analysis of U.S. and Asian policy options and feature speakers from throughout the region. Topics of discussion include China’s massive reclamation work in the Spratly Islands and the pending hearing in the Philippine’s arbitration case against China. The event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 1616 Rhode Island Ave., NW, 2nd floor conference center. To RSVP, e-mail the Sumitro Chair.

Government cracks down on activists

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Southeast Asia from Scott Circle – May 28

Authorities on May 18 briefly detained prominent blogger Dung Mai at the Hanoi airport after he returned from a workshop on citizen journalism in Singapore, according to a Radio Free Asia report. Meanwhile, plainclothes police officers on May 19 assaulted outspoken anti-China activist Nguyen Chi Tuyen in Hanoi during a weeklong U.S.-Vietnam human rights dialogue. The government has not made new arrests of bloggers since January but continues to intimidate individuals with dissenting opinions.