Daily Archives: January 29, 2015

The Nation’s Existence Power and The Duty of the Youth

Michael Do speaks to the Vietnamese American Students Association/University of Texas at Austin and the Vietnamese Youth League at Austin in its first meeting and on Channel 10/ACTV.

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Confucianism as an Ethical Philosophy

Confucianism as an Ethical Philosophy Michael Do Confucianism is another common name of the Ju philosophy that has been dominant in Chinese social and political life for more than 25 centuries. It has occupied an important place, which is considerable … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

Ambrose Bierce’s An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge If there is any distance between life and death, then what may happen with a dying human’s thought in this very moment before he gives up the ghost? In “An Occurrence at … Continue reading

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Book Review: To Build a Fire

Jack London’s To Build a Fire Each of Jack London’s short stories is a valuable lesson about life and natural laws. As said by the French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau: “Man is (physically as weak as) a reed, but he … Continue reading

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Polwar in the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces

Polwar in the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces Submitted to the 4th Triennial Vietnam Symposium Texas Tech University, Lubbock April 11-13, 2002 By Michael Do, B.A., B.S., M.S. Ex-Captain, Vietnam Air Force President, Vietnamese Veterans Association at Austin. A. Introduction

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Speech to Police Officers at Central Texas Gang Units Conference

Dear officers, I am very glad to have this opportunity to speak to the outstanding officers from Police Departments of the State of Texas. Vietnamese culture is a broad subject that cannot be discussed within a limited time, so I … Continue reading

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VAC-USA’s Letter to US Public Offices and Organizations Greeting the New Year

Dear Sir or Madam, We are writing to you on behalf of the Vietnamese American Community of the United States of America (VAC-USA), an organization founded by 35 local Vietnamese American Communities in the U.S. in 1993. Our purposes are … Continue reading

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