Vietnamese author crosses US to forget

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Vietnamese author crosses US to forget

A young Vietnamese woman, who almost killed herself after losing the love of her life, travelled alone across the US hoping it would be cathartic, and the result is Qua Tre De Chet – Hanh Trinh Nuoc My (Too Young to Die – American Journey), an autobiography released this week.

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Vietnamese author crosses US to forget

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Vietnamese author crosses US to forget

A young Vietnamese woman, who almost killed herself after losing the love of her life, travelled alone across the US hoping it would be cathartic, and the result is Qua Tre De Chet – Hanh Trinh Nuoc My (Too Young to Die – American Journey), an autobiography released this week.

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Poor patients, families enjoy music therapy

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VietNam News English 1 week(s) ago

When 11-year-old Nguyen Thu Hoa gave us a radiant smile, it was possible to forget, for an instant, that she'd been fighting for her life for three years now.

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Students put their knowledge to use

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VietnamPlus English 1 month(s) ago

Making glass from beach sand? Forget it! Students from Hue University of Science are using a new technique to make liquid glass from rice husks and ash.

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UNRWA chief visits Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria

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Báo Thanh Niên English 1 month(s) ago

The world must not forget the suffering of Palestinian refugees in Syria, says UNRWA.

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Students put their knowledge to use

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Students put their knowledge to use

VietNamNet Bridge – Making glass from beach sand? Forget it! Students from Hue University of Science are using a new technique to make liquid glass from rice husks and ash.

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Students put their knowledge to use

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Students put their knowledge to use

Making glass from beach sand? Forget it! Students from Hue University of Science are using a new technique to make liquid glass from rice husks and ash.

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Meaning of New Year’s Eve in Vietnamese belief

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Tet, the Lunar New Year festival, is the most important holiday in Vietnam. As people believe Tet refreshes everything in their lives, they treasure the tradition of seeing off the old year and welcoming the new year.

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Meaning of New Year’s Eve in Vietnamese belief

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VOV News English 2 month(s) ago

Meaning of New Year’s Eve in Vietnamese belief

(VOV) -Tet, the Lunar New Year festival, is the most important holiday in Vietnam. As people believe Tet refreshes everything in their lives, they treasure the tradition of seeing off the old year and welcoming the new year.

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OVs in RoK strive to preserve national heritage

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OVs in RoK strive to preserve national heritage

(VOV) - As generations of Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) pass, there is a real danger that our children should never forget about the past and the lessons that can inspire them to achieve their own and the nation’s success in the future.

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Give central Vietnam a shot, tourists!

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Give central Vietnam a shot, tourists!

Spring and Tet (the Vietnamese term for the Lunar New Year) are fast approaching. Central Vietnam’s gorgeous blue skies, spectacular scenery and chilled out beaches are beginning to see the return of the tourists. Forget dusty, noisy, busy Ho Chi Minh City or the hustle of still chilly Hanoi! Hue is shaking off the cold, Da Nang’s rocking and little Hoi An is buzzing. The south-central coast is the place to be!

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Give central Vietnam a shot, tourists!

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Give central Vietnam a shot, tourists!

Spring and Tet (the Vietnamese term for the Lunar New Year) are fast approaching. Central Vietnam’s gorgeous blue skies, spectacular scenery and chilled out beaches are beginning to see the return of the tourists. Forget dusty, noisy, busy Ho Chi Minh City or the hustle of still chilly Hanoi! Hue is shaking off the cold, Da Nang’s rocking and little Hoi An is buzzing. The south-central coast is the place to be!

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Vietnam driver showcases ‘flair’ in near head-on crash

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Vietnam driver showcases ‘flair’ in near head-on crash

It would take a long time for over 30 passengers to forget their journey on board a sleeper bus in southern Vietnam on Monday as it climbed onto the railing of a bridge to avoid a head-on collision with a truck.

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Trang Tien Ice-cream – Hanoi’s special gift

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Trang Tien Ice-cream – Hanoi’s special gift

VietNamNet Bridge – Trang Tien ice cream is well known for its special flavour, which a countless number of Hanoi generations have a passion for. Visitors who have an opportunity to visit Hanoi and enjoy Trang Tien ice cream will not forget the distinctive feature of Hanoi’s culinary culture of standing and eating ice-cream.

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Driving luxury cars: who says Vietnamese are poor?

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Driving luxury cars: who says Vietnamese are poor?

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese people at times are proud when they talk about the country’s number of luxury cars – an indicator of the dissipation of the rich in Vietnam and they do not forget to comment further, "Who says Vietnamese people are poor?”

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