Monthly Archives: July 2015

Response from The Ambassador Ted Osius and Mr. Michael Do.

From Mr. Ted Osius Dear Mr. Do, I am disappointed that you chose to write to my boss before checking the facts with me. I have always been straight-forward and respectful, and I expect the same in return. Ambassador Osius … Continue reading

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Objection to Mr. Ted Osius’ (US Ambassador to Vietnam) Disrectpecful Behavior

The Vietnamese American Community of the USA 16204 Viki Lynn Pl., Pflugerville, TX 78660 Websites: http://tienggoicongdan.com/, https://vacusa.wordpress.com/ Email: md46usa@gmail.com, CDVNHK@gmail.com TEL: (703) 980 9425 – (512) 789 0481 July 27, 2015 The Honorable John Kerry U.S. Secretary of State Department … Continue reading

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Analysts See Cambodia Bolstering Military Ties With China

Neou Vannarin Cambodia is strengthening its military ties with China, and analysts say it is likely to continue doing so for the forseeable future. Cambodian Defense Minister Tea Banh made a five-day trip to China last week, meeting with high-ranking … Continue reading

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Anti-China sentiment is suddenly sweeping over Turkey

Business Insider By Barbara Tasch Anti-China sentiment has been reaching new heights in Turkey over the last few weeks, as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is set to make an official state visit to China later this month. It started … Continue reading

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On human rights, US and Vietnam still talking past each other

Author: David Brown, California Source: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2015/07/19/on-human-rights-us-and-vietnam-still-talking-past-each-other/ Human rights — chiefly political and religious freedoms — have been on the American agenda since Washington and Hanoi resumed direct dialogue about a quarter of a century ago. Though bilateral ties have grown … Continue reading

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Christian Leader in Vietnam Gives View of Crackdown from Inside

Increasingly wary of church growth in Vietnam, communist authorities are again enforcing laws against Christian activities after a period of slack, the leader of an indigenous ministry said. In recent months officials have slapped many who attend unregistered churches with … Continue reading

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Concern about the Establishment of Sister Relationship between the City of Sacramento and Ho Chi Minh City

CỘNG ĐỒNG NGƯỜI VIỆT QUỐC GIA HOA KỲ The Vietnamese American Community of the USA 16204 Viki Lynn Pl., Pflugerville, TX 78660 Websites: http://tienggoicongdan.com/ Email: md46usa@gmail.com, CDVNHK@gmail.com TEL: (703) 980 9425 – (512) 789 0481 July 16, 2015 To: The … Continue reading

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