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[3 Apr 2019 | No Comment | 309 views]
Viẹt Nam: ‘Thánh chửi’ giúp gia đình học sinh bị đánh hội đồng được ca ngợi là ‘anh hùng’

‘Thánh chửi’ Dương Minh Tuyền được người dân chào đón khi đến thăm gia đình học sinh bị hành hung ở trường tại Hưng Yên. (Facebook Trang Tin Việt Nam) 


Hình ảnh một người đàn ông xăm trổ đầy mình được nhiều người vây quanh chào đón khi tới thăm gia đình một học sinh mới nhập viện do bị bạn cùng lớp hành hung đang được chia sẻ rộng rãi trên mạng xã hội trong những ngày qua. Có người gọi người đàn ông được biết với cái tên ‘thánh …

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[22 May 2012 | No Comment | 152 views]
Vietnam: Free Catholic Activists

Four Advocates Facing Trial for Social Activism

May 22, 2012

[clockwise from top left] Catholic activist Chu Manh Son; Catholic activist Dau Van Duong; Catholic activist Hoang Phong; Catholic activist Tran Huu Duc

All photos © 2012 Thanh Nien Cong Giao

Vigil Prayer for Catholic activists Chu Manh Son, Dau Van Duong, Hoang Phong and Tran Huu Duc at Thai Ha church in Hanoi on May 20, 2012
© 2012 J.B Nguyen Huu Vinh

It’s absolutely shameful that the Vietnam government is putting these Catholic activists on trial, and may send them to prison for years …

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[29 Feb 2012 | No Comment | 209 views]
Home is not so sweet in noisy Sai Gon

From Wire Reports

Photo courtesy of www.manuelkim.com

Tom had never thought one day he would have to leave his apartment in Sai Gon and rent a hotel room.
But he had to do so recently, though just for a cou
ple of hours, to escape the cacophony caused by large loudspeakers in front of a building across the street for a promotion.
“It was terrible,” said the American photographer, who has been living in Viet Nam for 15 years. “I had all the doors closed. I had to cover my ears with earphones and double-close …

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[1 Feb 2012 | No Comment | 357 views]
Why I’ll Never Return To Vietnam

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/matt-kepnes/why-ill-never-return-to-v_b_1241016.html

Traveling through Southeast Asia, you are frequently asked where you are going. “Everywhere,” I tell people. This is my last adventure through the region. Except, I’ll be skipping Vietnam. After my experience there in 2007, I’ll never go back to that country. Never, ever, ever. A business trip or a girlfriend may force me there in the future but for as long as I can see down the road, I’ll never touch down again in that country.
No one ever wants to return …

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[29 Jan 2012 | No Comment | 520 views]
Viet Khang, Songwriter with a Conscience Jailed for expressing his patriotic feelings

Friday, 20 January 2012 21:45
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Viet Khang

Viet Khang, a songwriter currently detained by the public security police without charges, has quickly become the symbol and voice of conscience of the post-war generation of Vietnamese.  His arrest has prompted a movement among Vietnamese artists and intellectuals in Vietnam and overseas calling for his immediate and unconditional release.
Born into a poor family in 1978 as Vo Minh Tri, he grew up and lives in My Tho, Tien Giang with his wife and their four-year old son.  He discovered his love …

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[1 Jan 2012 | No Comment | 269 views]
Book review: ‘Inside Out & Back Again’

By Susan Carpenter
Los Angeles Times

First published Dec 23 2011 07:08PM
Updated Dec 26, 2011 10:39AM

The United States prides itself on being a melting pot, but the many immigrant stories that make up our uniquely American stew aren’t always known or published by the mainstream press. Take Thanhha Lai, who, in her recent National Book Award winner, Inside Out & Back Again, chronicles her family’s move to the U.S. from her native Vietnam in 1975.
This novel in verse, based on Lai’s …

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[11 Nov 2011 | No Comment | 352 views]
We Are All Huỳnh Thục Vy

Chấn Minh
The establishment and evolution of Vietnam as a nation is an epic endeavor marked with uncertainties and difficulties. The darkest nights of Vietnamese history might last centuries, or decades, or mere months. The Vietnamese people might have to endure unbearable pains and sufferings, but Vietnam as country ultimately belongs to the Vietnamese people alone. And the Vietnamese people are always hopeful for a better future.
The great Vietnamese poet Nguyễn Du (1766-1820) lived through one of the darkest eras in the Vietnamese history. In the two concluding verses of a …

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[10 Nov 2011 | No Comment | 259 views]
Quảng Nam Provincial Updates: Public Security Forces (PSF) still continue to harass the family of Huỳnh Ngọc Tuấn

Translation by Viet Thuc Staff [Virginia, USA, November 9, 2011]


danlambao – This morning (8AM local time, November 08, 2011) danlambao reported the raid of the home of writer Huỳnh Ngọc Tuấn by members of Quảng Nam Provincial Public Security Forces (PSF). We now report that, after the search, the establishment of the search records, and the confiscation of computer equipment, members of the PSF left the Huỳnh’s home at 10:30AM. However, we now report that the family of writer Huỳnh Ngọc Tuấn continues to …

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[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | 214 views]
Vietnamese Public Security Forces Raided Home, Terrorized Writer Huỳnh Ngọc Tuấn and His Daughter Huỳnh Thục Vy

Translation by Viet Thuc Staff [Virginia, USA, November 9, 2011]

danlambao – Members of the local Public Security Forces (PSF) swarmed the home of writer Huỳnh Ngọc Tuấn around 8AM local time today, November 11, 2011. They served him with a search warrant and confiscated co mputer equipment and accessories, and assorted household goods. According to eyewitnesses, close to 40 members of the PSF and cadres of the Quảng Nam Province’s Information Office rushed into the house of writer Huỳnh Ngọc Tuấn, delivered …

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[12 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 164 views]

These latest arrests demonstrate the Vietnam government’s hostility toward people who seek to practice their faith freely, outside government constraints. The authorities’ actions against these peaceful religious advocates are a telling indicator of Vietnam’s deepening abuses of human rights.
Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch

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