Lang Song, first place to print books in modern Vietnamese


The printing house used to produce books in Latin, French and Quoc Ngu, all of which are preserved in original form, republished or have its covers displayed at the church.

In 1910 alone, the publishing house produced up to 25 books in Quoc Ngu and the rest in French, totaling 36.

Statistics in 1922 show the house printed 18,000 newspaper periodicals, 1,000 books of all kinds and 32,000 other publications, one of which was 1,500 copies of a semi-monthly paper distributed across the entire Indochina, the term used by the French colonial regime for the region in the 19th and 20th centuries (including Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos).

e.VnExpress

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