|Date of birth||January 22, 1992|
|Place of birth||Hanoi, Vietnam|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Hà Nội F.C.|
|2014–2016||→ Sài Gòn (loan)||24||(8)|
|2019||Hồng Lĩnh Hà Tĩnh||11||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 2 April 2017|
Trịnh Duy Long (born 22 January 1992) is a Vietnamese footballer who plays as a forward for V.League 1 club Quảng Nam.
Sài Gòn F.C.
The Trịnh lords, formal title Trịnh Viceroy, also known as Trịnh clan or the House of Trịnh, were a noble feudal clan who de facto ruled northern Vietnam during the Later Lê dynasty, Đại Việt. The Trịnh clan and their rivals, the Nguyễn clan, were both referred by their subjects as Chúa (lord) and controlled Đại Việt while the Later Lê emperors were reduced to only a titular position. The Trịnh lords traced their descent from Trịnh Khả, a friend and advisor to the 15th-century Vietnamese Emperor Lê Lợi. The Trịnh clan produced 12 lords who dominated the royal court of Later Lê dynasty and ruled northern Vietnam for more than 2 centuries.
Trịnh Kiểm (1503–1570) ruled northern part of Vietnam from 1545 to 1570. Trịnh Kiểm was the founder of the Trịnh Lords or House of Trịnh who ruled Dai Viet while a succession of figurehead Later Lê Emperors took the role as puppet government. During his rule, the war with the Mạc Dynasty continued. Although he was the de facto ruler of Dai Viet during his reign, he never claimed himself title of Lord, hence he is not the first official Trịnh Lord but his son Trịnh Tùng is the first. Later Trịnh Kiểm was posthumously proclaimed Trịnh Lord by his descendants.
Trịnh Tạc ruled northern Dai Viet in 1657–1682.
Paris By Night 91: Huế, Sài Gòn, Hà Nội is a Paris By Night program produced by Thúy Nga that was filmed at the Terrace Theater at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center on January 12, 2008 and January 13, 2008.
Lê Chiêu Thống (1765–1793), born Lê Duy Khiêm and later Lê Duy Kỳ, was the last emperor of the Vietnamese Later Lê dynasty. He was overthrown by the Tây Sơn dynasty. He appealed to the Qing dynasty of China to help regain the throne but failed after losing the Battle of Ngọc Hồi-Đống Đa. Afterwards, he no longer received support from the Qing emperor, relatives of the Later Lê imperial family were imprisoned in Vietnam, and he died in China.
Lê Hiển Tông, born Lê Duy Diêu, was the penultimate emperor of Vietnamese Lê Dynasty. He reigned from 1740 to 1786 and was succeeded by his grandson Lê Duy Kỳ.
Paris By Night 96 - Nhạc Yêu Cầu 2 is a Paris By Night program produced by Thúy Nga that was filmed at the Knott's Berry Farm on April 18, 2009 and April 19, 2009 and release DVD from June 25, 2009. The show was MC'ed by Nguyễn Ngọc Ngạn and Nguyễn Cao Kỳ Duyên.
Đào Duy Từ (1572–1634) was a Vietnamese scholar, poet, military adviser, and mandarin who served under the reign of Nguyễn lord Nguyễn Phúc Nguyên.
Paris By Night 66 - Người Tình Và Quê Hương is a music variety show performance produced by Thúy Nga Productions for its Paris By Night series. It was filmed in Paris, France, and was hosted by Nguyễn Ngọc Ngạn and Nguyễn Cao Kỳ Duyên. The items focused on the works of composers Trần Trịnh, Ngô Thụy Miên, and Nhật Ngân.
Nguyễn Ngọc Duy is a Vietnamese retired professional footballer who played as an midfielder.
Duy Tân hội was an anti-French and pro-independence society in Vietnam founded by Phan Bội Châu and Prince Cường Để. Gilbert Trần Chánh Chiêu was an agent of the Society. The group in a broader sense was also considered a Modernisation Movement.
The trường ca "long song", is a lyrical genre of Vietnamese song and poetry. The term trường ca in Vietnamese applies both to poetry - including the European epos, or Epic poem, but secondly also to a specific Vietnamese song genre which is a development of both European and traditional Vietnamese models. Notable exponents of the song genre include the three masters of the 1960s and 1970s, Văn Cao, Phạm Duy and Trịnh Công Sơn who wrote long lyrics with the intention not of poems to be read, but to be sung. An example of French references is found in Trịnh Công Sơn's trường ca, using the image of a tireless sand crab, which draws on Camus' The Myth of Sisyphus to make a Vietnamese lament-ballad.
Lê Duy Phường was the twelfth and fifth-last emperor of Vietnamese Lê Dynasty. He was imprisoned shortly after his reign began and reigned under arrest from 1729 to 1732 until he was murdered by Trịnh Giang, and was succeeded by his older brother, Lê Thuần Tông.
Lê Thần Tông was the 17th emperor of Vietnamese Later Lê dynasty.
Lê Chân Tông was the 18th monarch of Vietnamese Later Lê dynasty.
Lê Anh Tông, posthumous name Tuấn Hoàng đế (峻皇帝) birth name Lê Duy Bang (黎維邦) was the 12th emperor of Vietnamese Later Lê dynasty, ruling nation's south realm from 1556 to 1573 during the Lê-Mạc war. Through his reign, Anh Tông was just a nominal emperor of south Đại Việt, with actual governing and military power possessed by the Trịnh, a warrior house from Thanh Hóa. Although the Lê house was namely the main enemy of the Mạc house in the north, Lê troops fighting the northerners were actually commanded by Trịnh warlords. Lê Anh Tông eventually grew hostile against those warlords, who he saw as occupying too much power. The emperor made a plot against one of them, Prime Minister Trịnh Tùng. The plot failed at the cost of Anh Tông's life. However, after Anh Tông's death, Trịnh Tùng decided to maintain the Lê imperial house by keeping Anh Tông's youngest son Lê Duy Đàm as figurehead emperor.
Lê Kính Tông, also called Lê Duy Tân (黎維新) was the 16th emperor of Vietnamese Later Lê dynasty reigning from 1599 to 1619. He acted as a figurehead monarch while Lord Trịnh Tùng took full authority over the government and the army. In 1619, Kính Tông cooperated with Trịnh Xuân to make a plot to remove Trịnh Tùng from power. The plot failed and the emperor was killed.
Lê Thế Tông, real name Lê Duy Đàm (黎維潭) was the 15th emperor of the later Lê dynasty of Vietnam. He reigned only nominally, under the power of warlord Trịnh Tùng, who took King Lê Thế Tông to the Royal capital Đông Đô in 1593 marking the formal restoration of the Lê Dynasty, but not allowing the emperor decision-making powers.
Lê Duy Mật was a Vietnamese rebel leader who active in the 18th-century.