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Grape growers hopeful of Vietnam trade ban resolu...
Grape growers hopeful Vietnam trade ban will be resolved by May The Table Grape Association says it's hopeful a Vietnamese ban on Australian fruit and vegetable imports could be lifted from...
Read more at Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kevin Delany, journalist who helped 101 Vietnames...
Kevin Delany, an ABC television journalist who in 1975 arranged and orchestrated the evacuation of 101 Vietnamese from wartime Saigon in the final days before the South Vietnamese capital fell to the...
Read more at Washington Post
Rosemead temple invites public to view huge colle...
Sharira crystals, said to be formed from the cremated remains of the Buddha and his closest disciples, on display at the Lu Mountain Temple in Rosemead. (Courtesy) ROSEMEAD >> A Rosemead temple is...
Read more at Pasadena Star-News
Chinese groups behind most state-sponsored attack...
Chinese adversaries were the most active state-sponsored cyberthreat groups last year, according to report released today by CrowdStrike, but it was Vietnam, not the U.S., that was its top target. A...
Read more at PC Advisor
Garden Grove Mayor Bao Nguyen Won't Sign Letter B...
No, in a near four-hour long meeting last night, the Garden Grove City Council voted to send a letter, but to let each member of the city council decide themselves if they want to affix their name to...
Read more at OC Weekly
Garden Grove City Council
Ministry to register Vietnamese workers
Immigrant workers are sitting on the back of a truck driving in the rain on a road in Phuket in August 2014. (Bangkok Post file photo) The cabinet has approved a proposal to regulate Vietnamese...
Read more at Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Have open space for letting off of firecrackers
THE loud, nerve shattering sound of firecrackers, come Chinese New Year, is a perennial problem. In spite of Government efforts to curb such practices in the past the end result is still...
Read more at The Star
Bruce's History Lessons: U.S.' point of no return...
This week (Feb. 13) in 1965, President Lyndon Johnson approved the first-ever sustained bombing campaign — codenamed "Rolling Thunder" — against Communist North Vietnam. It was a major turning point...
Read more at Lebanon Daily News
South Vietnamese Army
Thai brewers consider acquisition of Saigon Beer ...
Thai brewers consider acquisition of Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage Two Thai brewers are contemplating purchase of a stake in Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage, which is 89%-owned by the Government of...
Read more at Drinks Business Review
Activists, religious dignitaries call for an end ...
Religious dignitaries and civil activists in Vietnam as well as the international community have called on the
to abolish the death penalty. An estimated 40 human rights...
Read more at National Catholic Reporter
Ho Chi Minh City
Pangolins: why this cute prehistoric mammal is fa...
It was time, I decided, to check them out. I would have gone to a zoo, except that pangolins seldom survive in captivity and not a single British zoo possesses any (Leipzig is the only zoo in Europe,...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Vietnam fails to deliver on its education promise
In 2011 I wrote a brief piece for the Economist’s now sadly departed language blog ‘Johnson’. Headlined “I am English Teach” (how an English teacher described her occupation to me on a bus once) it...
Read more at Asian Correspondent
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