Overseas Vietnamese music stars

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Overseas Vietnamese music stars

25/08/2010 Those who are interested in Progressive Rock, especially audiences born before 1975, may know Tai Phong. The band was established in the early 1970s by two overseas Vietnamese students – Khanh Mai and Tai Sinh – and three French people – Jean Jacques Goldman (who wrote several hits for Celine Dion), Stephane Caussarieu, and […]

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Youth throng to chatrooms for virtual sex and more

Monday, May 10, 2010

Youth throng to chatrooms for virtual sex and more

10/05/2010 VietNamNet Bridge – If porn is your passion, you’ll find plenty of it online, reports Tien Phong newspaper after members of its staff spent many nights on the Internet to investigate the ‘black world’ of nude chat, online strip tease and “online love.” Porn chat When night falls, chat rooms begin operating. Porn chat […]

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Vietnam and China: Shoals Ahead

Friday, April 30, 2010

Vietnam and China: Shoals Ahead

30 Apr 2010 About the author Sophie Quinn-Judge is associate director of the Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture and Society, Temple University, Philadelphia. A rumble of popular discontent in Vietnam over territorial and environmental issues signals a new phase in the old relationship between Hanoi and Beijing, says Sophie Quinn-Judge. In 2009, Vietnam’s relationship with […]

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First overseas Vietnamese conference to unite whole nation

Saturday, November 21, 2009

First overseas Vietnamese conference to unite whole nation

21/11/2009 VietNamNet Bridge – The first ever Overseas Vietnamese Conference opened in Hanoi today, November 21, aimed at strengthening ties between Vietnamese living abroad and their home country, according to the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The conference, themed “For a community of solidarity and strength, contributing to the cause […]

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