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VAUSA Scholarship

The VAUSA Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund is established in remembrance of U.S. uniformed services members of Vietnamese descent who have given the ultimate sacrifice in defense of Freedom and Democracy for our great Nation. The Fund is intended to honor … Continue reading

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Dr. James Reckner Passed Away.

Rest in Peace, Dr. James Reckner. https://today.ttu.edu/…/2018/11/Stories/james-reckner-dies James Reckner retired from the university in early 2009. In 1988, James Reckner arrived at Texas Tech to teach history. But in his first year, when he asked his class which U.S. general was … Continue reading

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Vietnam: End “Evil Way” Persecution of Montagnard Christians

Source: https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/06/26/vietnam-end-evil-way-persecution-montagnard-christians (Bangkok) – The Vietnamese government’s persecution of ethnic Montagnard Christians in Vietnam’s Central Highlands reflects broader rights violations against religious minorities in the country, Human Rights Watch said today in a new report. The head of Vietnam’s ruling party, … Continue reading

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Communist Vietnam Arrests Blogger in Latest Crackdown on Dissent

Vietnamese (Communist) police have arrested a blogger for allegedly posting anti-state comments in the communist country’s latest crackdown on dissent. Ho Van Hai was arrested in southern Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday. According to the southern city’s police department, … Continue reading

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In Vietnam, telling the truth is criminal ‘propaganda’

By Editorial Board October 21 at 7:04 PM THIS MAY, in a visit to Vietnam, President Obama announced he was lifting the embargo on selling lethal arms to Hanoi as part of an effort to normalize relations long after the … Continue reading

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Many Vietnamese-Americans Face Difficult Choice at Polls

ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA —  When it comes to deciding who should be the next U.S. president, many people in the politically active community of Vietnamese-Americans say they will not be voting for the candidate they like the best, but rather … Continue reading

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Communist China Accused of Harvesting Human Organs

Imagine being abducted and whisked away to a cell where you spend the next several months or years without charge or conviction. There, authorities torture you and force you to watch films designed to brainwash you in a bid to … Continue reading

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