Vo Van Dung, Bui Thi Khanh Vy, Phan Thanh My


Vovinam – Viet Vo Dao (Vovinam) is a Vietnamese martial art which is considered one of the useful means for training self-defense and fighting skills, raising spirit and educating learners’ morality and personality. Vovinam is a creative combination of many different domestic and foreign martial arts aiming at selecting techniques and strikes to diversify exercises system and program contents. Vovinam techniques are incorporated easily creating excitement and interest for learners especially the young generation. 


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Vovinam; martial art; martial art philosophy; fair-play spirit; Vovinam technique system


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