Why did Vietnam adopt the Latin alphabet?


Why did Vietnam adopt the Latin alphabet?

The History of Vietnam:

The Vietnamese language was not always written using the Latin alphabet. It used to be written with an adapted form of Chinese characters. Despite this, Vietnamese and Chinese belong to two different language families.

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