Hanoi’s Early 20th Century: ’On the Second Floor - Phố Phái'

4 Pages Posted: 2 Oct 2019

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Manh-Toan Ho

Vuong & Associates; Phenikaa University, Center for Interdisciplinary Social Research, Students; Thanh Tay University

Hanh Hoang Phuong

Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences (VNIES)

Thu-Trang Vuong

Vuong & Associates; Sciences Po, Students

Date Written: September 22, 2019

Abstract

And not just look; one needs to know where to look as well. In this case: look upwards, on the second floor of the old townhouses, which has not been replaced by showcasing pavilions or modern glass doors. Some houses have been repainted, but the architecture – the form of the story, the shapes, and construction of the balconies, the decorating sculptures – still exudes a century-old familiarity. So it turns out that Phố Phái, though no longer intact, is still present here.

Keywords: Cultural evolution; Franco-Chinese; Old Quarter; Vietnam

Suggested Citation

Ho, Manh-Toan and Hoang Phuong, Hanh and Vuong, Thu-Trang, Hanoi’s Early 20th Century: ’On the Second Floor - Phố Phái' (September 22, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3457974 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3457974

Manh-Toan Ho (Contact Author)

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Hanh Hoang Phuong

Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences (VNIES) ( email )

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Thu-Trang Vuong

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Hanoi, 100000
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