A 100%-FACT MEMOIRS OF VUONG DANG
Written and translated into American-English by Vuong Dang
Note: The Vũng Tàu Market in this memoirs was the old Vũng Tàu Market, located very near Bãi Trước; it does not last until now.
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Vietnam’s missed opportunity to normalize relations with the US paved the way for China’s 1979 invasion. Continue reading Could Vietnam Have Avoided the 1979 War With China?
By Dang Phuong Nghi
Firstly, let us agree on the right name for the Sea that all western media call China Sea while no coastal country in the region calls it by this name. In these times where China wants to take control of all the Sea at the expense of other riparian countries, especially the south part of it beyond the 18th parallel which does not bath any of Chinese coast, to call Chinese, even by acquired use, a sea which shelters the territorial waters of other countries and is the subject of conflicting claims, is to comfort the China’s delirium of predatory power and to espouse its claims.
Continue reading Upheaval in East Asia Sea : Progress of the stranglehold of China on the Paracel and Spratly at the expense of Vietnam
(légende de photo) :Un certain nombre de syndicats indépendants vietnamiens
La génération des jeunes vietnamiens est en train de se lever pour la lutte. De nombreux syndicats se créent spontanément au Vietnam. Les journaux du Parti les rappellent violemment à l’ordre. Continue reading De nombreux syndicats de travailleurs se créent à l’intérieur du Vietnam. Le pouvoir, affolé, lance un violent appel à l’ordre