Monthly Archives: January 2015

Who Killed My Father?

Who Killed My Father? How Captain Quach Duoc Thanh Was Murdered In Communist Concentration Camp By Michael Do We name heroes those who are capable to survive years being imprisoned, tortured, and starved in the hand of the enemies. It … Continue reading

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City of Milpitas Opposes Communist Vietnam Officials

The City of Milpitas passed Resolution No. 8236 to prevent the Communist Vietnam Officials from visiting the city

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City of Albuquerque, New Mexico – Bill No. R-04-156 Recognizing Flag of Former Republic Of Vietnam as Official Symbol of Vietnamese – American Community

City of Albuquerque – Bill No. R-04-156 Recognizing Flag of Former Republic Of Vietnam as Official Symbol of Vietnamese – American Community

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Re-Education in Communist Vietnam

I received this article from a friend of mine and found that it is very informative, well organized that can be very helpful to those who wish to know how we have undergone years of detention in the so-called Re-Education … Continue reading

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Honolulu, Hawaii to Recognize The Flag of Republic of Vietnam…

CITY COUNCIL CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU HONOLULU, HAWAII No. 04-72 RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE FLAG OF THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM AS THE HERITAGE AND FREEDOM FLAG OF THE VIETNAMESE-AMERICAN COMMUNITY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.

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California’s San Jose to Ban Communist Vietnam Officials

Along with other cities in California, on 10/26/2014, the City Council of San Jose issued the Resolution No. 77202 that opposes any visits by the Communist Vietnam officials to San Jose.

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Texas, Travis County, City of Austin Recognizing the Yellow Flag

November 11, 2004 was to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and to honor Vietnam War Veterans. On this occasion, the State of Texas, Travis County, and the City of Austin paid a special tribute to the … Continue reading

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