Jan 17, 2018 Tiếng Việt

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The Trung Sisters, (c.AD 12 - 43), known in Vietnamese as Hai Bà Trưng ("the two Trưng ladies"'), and individually as Trưng Trắc (; pinyin: Zhēng Cè) and Trưng Nhị (; pinyin: Zhēng Èr), were two 1st century women leaders who successfully repelled Chinese invasions for three years, and are regarded as national heroines of Vietnam.

The sisters were born during the thousand-year Chinese occupation of Vietnam. The dates of their birth are unknown, but Trưng Trắc was older than Trưng Nhị. The exact date of their death is unknown but both died in the year AD 43.

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