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No. At school we only learn the meanings of basic Sino-Vietnamese syllables, not the Chinese logograms. For example we learned that tử means a child or die, but most people don't know that those are different characters (死, 子 and many more), and of course they don't know how those characters are written in Chinese. As I know before the unification a few ...


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There are Chinese language courses in many schools across Vietnam, just as in the West or any other country that has recognized the need for L2 Chinese speakers. But if you are asking about education in the old Nôm script as part of the mandatory national curriculum, the answer is no. Nevertheless, there is growing interest in the old writing system, ...



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