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What do 7 billion people look like? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Reuters   
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 20:58

 

Roman Catholic pilgrims press together while following the image of the local saint, Our Lady of Nazareth, as it is paraded Oct. 11, 2009, during the annual Cirio de Nazare procession, the country's biggest religious festival, in Belem, at the mouth of the Amazon River. More than 1 million Catholics, many from communities along the Amazon River's tributaries, converged on Our Lady of Nazareth basilica to participate in the event.

 
Barbara Walters comments on Jane Fonda PDF Print E-mail
Written by Google Search   
Sunday, 18 September 2011 17:19

Barbara  Walters said:

Thank you all.  Many  died in Vietnam for our freedoms.  I did not like Jane Fonda then and I don't like her now.

 
Why Bin Laden Lost ? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brendan Greeley, Bloomberg Businessweek   
Friday, 13 May 2011 18:29

“It doesn’t mean anything”, she says, “because he’s been dead and gone and disappeared for years”.

 
Vietnamese Communists' Fear Factor is Rising PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Benge   
Monday, 04 April 2011 15:58

 Vietnam's communist regime has recently intensified its repression of activists and dissidents, cracking down harshly on the freedoms of expression, association, and assembly. 

 
Attack on a diplomat shows Vietnam's contempt for human rights PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr. Nguyen Dan Que   
Friday, 04 March 2011 21:42

The writer is a physician and head of the Non-Violent Movement for Human Rights in Vietnam. He has been imprisoned three times, for a total of 20 years, for expressing his democratic beliefs.

 
On a Serious Note......Changes are coming PDF Print E-mail
Written by Saigon Echo search   
Thursday, 03 March 2011 17:07

                     CHANGES ARE COMING ----Whether these changes are good or bad, depends in part on how we adapt to them.  But, ready or not, here they come.

 
Thousands of Catholics protest at Saigon Redemptorist Monastery PDF Print E-mail
Written by J.B. An Dang   
Wednesday, 23 February 2011 18:07

Facing the threat of Communists to punish severely Thai Ha parishioners in the up-coming trial, domestic and international protests of Catholics have out-broken.

 
A 'Talking' Photograph PDF Print E-mail
Written by Prof. Bai An Tran   
Sunday, 20 February 2011 15:00

The "talking" photograph of Rev. Ly is causing attention in the White House to the fight for Democracy and Human Rights for Vietnam.

 
'Exit Saigon, Enter Little Saigon' Exhibit - Body without Soul PDF Print E-mail
Written by BAI AN TRAN, Ph. D.   
Wednesday, 16 February 2011 15:32

The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service organized an exhibit named "Exit Saigon, Enter Little Saigon."

 
Vietnamese Inquisition: Catholic protesters face a show trial as Hanoi's clampdown on religious and media freedom continues PDF Print E-mail
Written by Simon Roughneen   
Friday, 11 February 2011 07:36

An ongoing face-off between the Vietnamese government and the Catholic Church will come to head any day now, the latest round in a continuing state clampdown on freedom of expression in Vietnam, a one-party state ruled by the Communist Party.

 
SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY (Somethings never change) PDF Print E-mail
Written by James Webb –Giang chuyển ngữ   
Sunday, 03 May 2009 22:54
30 April 2003 Anti-war protesters boast that there will be "no business as usual" until the war in Iraq ends. In Washington, San Francisco, and New York, peace activists have taken to the streets to block traffic, burn the President in effigy, and vomit on the steps of federal buildings. These activists represent a variety of causes but most share the belief that America, an evil nation, deserves to be defeated. In the May/June 1997 issue of The American Enterprise, James Webb took a closer look at what the Vietnam era protesters--many of whom are at ...
 
Niebuhr and Obama PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Mark Tooley   
Wednesday, 21 January 2009 20:30
http://spectator.org/archives/2009/01/20/niebuhr-and-obama Last year, Barack Obama cited Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) as one of his favorite philosophers. The choice contrasted with George W. Bush's famous citation in 2000 of Jesus Christ as his favorite philosopher. Citing a deceased theologian with a German name seems sophisticated, and Jimmy Carter likewise often pointed to Niebuhr, and justifiably so. Niebuhr was probably the 20th century's finest ethicist in the liberal Protestant tradition. Despite lay fans like Obama and Carter, who are themselves liberal Protestants, Niebuhr is today rarely embraced by the modern Religious Left, which prefers utopianism to Niebuhr's school of Christian realism. Niebuhr would appreciate the ...
 
The U.S. and Vietnam share a war, a hopeful future and a touch of skepticism. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Steinglass - GlobalPost   
Wednesday, 21 January 2009 08:11
HANOI, Vietnam — They hated the Americans. A famous photograph from the war years shows the words "Giet My" —Kill America — carved into a tree along the Ho Chi Minh Trail like lovers' initials. Downed U.S. pilots were beaten by crowds of furious civilians. In Bao Ninh's celebrated novel, "The Sorrow of War," the former North Vietnamese soldier wrote of comrades haunted by visions of African-American GIs roaming the jungle, of female soldiers raped and killed by American troops, of civilians killed in B-52 bombing raids. It has been 33 years since North Vietnam won the war, and Bao ...
 
The sinister resurrection of Stalin PDF Print E-mail
Written by Blog Ba Sàm   
Tuesday, 06 January 2009 19:48
The Soviet leader’s triumphant imperialism is the key to his rehabilitation under Putin, believes Anne Applebaum. Last Updated: 7:42PM GMT 29 Dec 2008 Who is the greatest Russian of all time? In the unlikely event that you answered “Stalin”, you would be in good company. One of the 20th century’s most horrific dictators has just come third in an opinion poll conducted by a Russian television station. Some 50 million people are said to have voted. Myself, I have some doubts about the veracity of this poll, particularly given that the television station in question is state-owned, and therefore manipulated by ...
 
Catholics not to surrender to injustice PDF Print E-mail
Written by J.B. An Dang, VietCatholic News   
Monday, 05 January 2009 17:21
(04 Jan 2009 03:03)Nuns challenge the local government on the validity of the decision to convert their house into a public square while parishioners are going to sue state-run media for falsely reporting their trial.As a clear indication that Catholics are not willing to yield to aggression and injustice leveled on them, the Congregation of St Paul of Chartres in Vinh Long diocese has just published their urgent letter to protest against a decision from the local government. In the letter, sent to various governmental organs, the Sisters challenged the validity of the decision issued on Dec 12, 2008 by ...
 
No Growth in China and Other Outrageous Prophecies, PDF Print E-mail
Written by CNBC   
Tuesday, 30 December 2008 17:25
This year has been marked by astonishing and market-changing events including a $100 fall in the price of oil, the drop to zero of U.S. interest rates and the collapse of Wall Street giants such as Lehman Brothers. Next year could bring more, equally unbelievable, happenings such as another 400 points being wiped off the S&P 500 and a slump in Chinese growth to zero, according to a report from Saxo Bank titled "10 Outrageous Claims 2009." 1. Iranian Revolution If oil prices continue to decline, which Saxo Bank believes they will, the Iranian society will be badly affected due to the ...
 
Thanks for America’s Spirit of Giving PDF Print E-mail
Written by Philip Phu Bui   
Saturday, 20 December 2008 08:56
[Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, CA) - November 30, 1997]THIS TIME of the year our mailbox is often filled with mail from various charities soliciting support for their cause in helping the less fortunate, the sick and the needy.As a way to express our thanks to the American people every year we chose several charities to contribute. Our favorite ones are the local church, Food Bank, American Red Cross, Habitat International and UNICEF. Our family feels the obligation to contribute back because what we have today is due to the compassion of the American people who took us in as ...
 
Vietnam Airlines co-pilot arrested for transporting stolen goods PDF Print E-mail
Written by Japan Today   
Thursday, 18 December 2008 10:50

Dang Xuan Hop, 33, a Vietnam Airlines co-pilot was arrested by Japanese police after his flight from Hanoi landed at Tokyo's Narita International Airport. Police accuse him of being part of a ring that smuggled items stolen by a Vietnamese gang in Japan to customers in Vietnam.

 
Many My Lais PDF Print E-mail
Written by TARA MCKELVEY   
Monday, 15 December 2008 17:31
Villagers, acting as human minesweepers, walked ahead of troops in dangerous areas to keep mericans from being blown up. Prisoners were subjected to a variation on waterboarding and jolted with electricity. Teenage boys fishing on a lake, as well as children tending flocks of ducks, were killed. ''There are hundreds of such reports in the war-crime archive, each one dutifully recorded, sometimes with no more than a passing sentence or two, as if the killing were as routine as the activity it interrupted,'' Deborah Nelson writes in ''The War Behind Me.''The archive, housed at the University of Michigan, holds documents ...
 
The Vietnamese, too, are haunted by MIAs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Phu Bui   
Sunday, 14 December 2008 17:17
San Jose Mercury News (CA) - April 23, 1993Christmas 1972. Folk singer and anti-war activist Joan Baez was in Hanoi celebrating Christmas Eve Mass in a bomb shelter. The sound of bomb explosions could be clearly heard mixing with the peaceful "Silent Night, Holy Night." The next morning, amid the rubble on Hanoi streets, Baez recorded a Vietnamese woman sobbing while searching for her son, who was killed during the air raids. Baez's ballad "Where Are You Now, My Son" took the woman's cry as its title. Listening to it brings back sad memories.I was a 16-year-old junior at Saigon's ...
 
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