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Your writing skills are very excellent and thanks for your analyzing method. Tks you so much
Thanks for your article. It's very interesting and useful.
It is no exaggeration to say that cultural evolution is hard to study, however such valuable articles like this encourage us to preserve and show our consideration for the old values that are on the verge of being forgotten.
From a typical Hanoian perspective, I find this article such inspirational as it reminds me of a long-lasting culture and society of Hanoi old quarter. We as Vietnamese people should always appreciate the high value of Ha noi although there may be changes influenced by modernisation.
It can be found from this article that many old contructions of Hanoi have been influenced by many cultural, religious and artistic factors. The authors have brought a deeper image of Vietnam's capital that can help readers to have a different feeling about the city.
I like this article so much! Hope you have many interesting and useful articles. Good job!
The article provides data to demonstrate the exceptional values of the Old Quaters which lie even beyond the long historical and cultural levels. It is the aesthetic and architectural values that intrigue me. I hardly sit up and take notice to such elaborate details on the façades of Hanoi old houses to recognise the traces of the Three Harmonious Religions (Buddism, Taoism and Confucianism). Despite the partially subjective analyzing method, it blows a soul to the article. It stands out thanks to the writer's aspiration to perceive the lingering tangible cultural values. The ending paragraphs might be perfect should you suggest a handful of solutions to preserve the original values or lessen the damage caused by time and human effects. I don't want us here only to discuss the work of art combining both European and Asian elements, but to seek for real state of affairs and practical solutions as well. I am longing for the next part of this article. Thank you so much!
I found this article really useful. It enriched my scope of knowledge of a new analyzing method. I've never thought that we could collect data through photos and the result could still be trustworthy even it was partly based on personal feelings. I was inspired a lot. However i wish the article would be more informative about the data like what numbers or measurable things stand for each type of personal feelings.
Bài viết rất bổ ích và thú vị😍. Nó đem lại rất nhiều kiến thức mới mẻ cho mình. Cảm ơn tác giả về bài viết ạ <3
It is true that cultural evolution is not easy to study, but once discovered can reveal many interesting facts of our old times and thus help reveal preserve the values that might have been forgotten. Such findings like this on Hanoi old architectures should be promoted. Great work.
I've been interested in architectural elements in Hanoi old houses for a long time. This article is such a helpful one, thank you so much! ❤
Besides Hanoi Old Quarter, there are a lot of ancient constructions in Vietnam helping us to study more about historical contexts such as Hue Imperial Citadel or Temple of Literature. They all stand for each remarkable period and the unique cultural styles of Vietnam. That you carry the research through visible building makes history become closer to students, who have always been considered history something really abstract. Thank you very much for your hard work.