Bài viết 05/2017

Hoi An, a 17th century Vietnamese centre of international trade
26/05/2017 Reviews (0)
Many foreign friends have been greatly impressed by their visit to Hoi An, a cultural and historical legacy that has no equal in Vietnam, a living museum of art and architecture, a human vestige rarely found in the world. In contrast to other Vietnam’s ancient cities, which due to destruction by war and the tropical climate, contain only bits of evidence of what once existed (rampart, palaces, tombs, temples, etc.), Hoi An has preserved intact its former features.   This port city, located 30 kilometres from Da Nang and nearly 800 kilometres south of Hà Nội, was also known under the...
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Requirements traceability
24/05/2017 Reviews (0)
The architecture team should create a "traceability matrix" like the one described for test case coverage in Chapter 9, "Quality Assurance."   Creation of this requirements traceability matrix is typically a tedious job. It can also be frustrating because just when the architecture team thinks it has completed the architecture, it finds a handful of requirements that aren't satisfied by any of the subsystems. Frustrating or not, when the team finds an unsatisfied requirement, congratulations are in order! The time the team spends finding and correcting that architecture...
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Thailand Tourism Destination in Chiang Mai
24/05/2017 Reviews (0)
 Chiang Mai - The name that visitors all over the world know and are looking forward to the opportunity to explore while touring Thailand. This is the fifth largest city (by population size) in Thailand, the capital of Chiang Mai province with many Thai tourist sites. About 700 km from Bangkok, Chiang Mai is a major city in northern Thailand and is the capital of the same province. Chiang Mai province stretches over 20,000 square kilometers, which brings together some of the most beautiful landscapes in the entire kingdom. Surrounding the city are slopes and gentle mountains from the north...
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Wat Phra Kaew in Thailand
16/05/2017 Reviews (0)
Originally called Wat Paa Yia (Bamboo Forest Monastery) in local dialect, this is the city’s most revered Buddhist temple. Legend says that in 1434 lightning struck the temple’s octagonal chedi, which fell apart to reveal the Phra Kaew Morakot or Emerald Buddha (actually made of jade). Around 1990 Chiang Rai commissioned a Chinese artist to sculpt a new image from Canadian jade. Named the Phra Yok Chiang Rai (Chiang Rai Jade Buddha), it was intentionally a very close but not exact replica of the Phra Kaew Morakot in Bangkok, with dimensions of 48.3cm across the base and 65.9cm in height...
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