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Old September 11th, 2012, 09:49 PM   #1021
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Old September 11th, 2012, 10:05 PM   #1022
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Dognappers spark deadly violence across Vietnam

Cuong and the neighbor sprinted in vain as the professional dog thieves hurled bricks, one of them slamming into the head of a bystander and killing him....

Similar fights have erupted across Vietnam between dognappers who sell man's best friend to restaurants and fed-up villagers who have increasingly turned to vigilante justice to pursue culprits because there is little police can do. Mobs have chased down thieves and clubbed them to death — even setting one on fire.



But the bandits use everything from bricks to arrows to fend off the villagers and ensure their payday...

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Vietnamese 'dog thieves' lynched


Two suspected dog thieves were beaten to death in Vietnam by an angry mob that caught them allegedly trying to sell the animals to local restaurants ...

http://www.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%...31-368918.html

Suspected Dog Thieves Beaten to Death in Vietnam; Villagers Charged

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Vietnamese 'dog thieves' lynched by angry pet owners

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Old September 12th, 2012, 08:53 AM   #1023
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The Hanoi Transport Association is seeking permission from the Ministry of Transport and the city government to import tuk-tuks (auto rickshaws) in an effort to reduce the number of motorbikes in the city.
Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper quoted Bui Danh Lien, the association’s chairman, as saying it had asked the ministry to allow tuk-tuks to travel on city roads (excepting highways) and pick up passengers at bus stops.

Lien said tuk-tuks are used very effectively in Thailand and India, providing a low-cost mode of transport.

Tuk-tuks are usually three-wheeled cabined cycles for private use and taxi services. It is a motorized version of the traditional pulled rickshaw or cycle rickshaw.

Auto rickshaws are an essential form of urban transport in many developing countries, and a form of novelty transport in many Southeast Asian countries.
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This must be a joke. Instead of trying to make innovative technology for our traffic problem, they come up with this stuff from other 3rd world countries? The tuk-tuk is an integral part of Thailand's and India's culture which is simply wrong to take over.
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Old September 19th, 2012, 10:30 PM   #1025
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Report: Tourist death in Vietnam not from poison



Cathy Huynh, left, and Kari Bowerman took this photo in Vietnam on July 23, seven days before they were first admitted to the hospital.


Tourists Karin Bowerman, 27, of Wisconsin, and Cathy Huynh, 26, of Ontario, died mysteriously just days apart this summer in Nha Trang, Vietnam. Since then, family and friends have waited anxiously for the autopsy results.

Speculation on the women’s cause of death ranged from alcohol poisoning to insecticide poisoning. But authorities are now saying there were no traces of toxins in Bowerman’s blood or gastric fluids, according to the Tuoi Tre News, an English-language news site operated by Vietnam’s largest newspaper.
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Old September 24th, 2012, 08:11 PM   #1026
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Viet Nam to provide 4G services in 2015

HA NOI – (VNS) Viet Nam will delay licensing mobile operators to provide fourth generation network (4G) services until 2015, after service providers carry out test runs and an assessment of market demand for the new technology.

According to the Authority of Radio Frequency Management (ARFM), as many as five mobile operators had already been allowed to run basic 4G trials since 2010. 4G promises to ensure much faster mobile and internet connections than the 3G network.

A representative from ARFM, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Information and Telecommunications (MIC), said that as demand for 3G in Viet Nam is still low compared to the world average, it was not a good time to provide the next generation technology.

"If the number of 3G subscribers saw a 100 per cent growth rate each year from now to 2015, we would considering giving licences to mobile operators," said the representative.

According to the MIC, Viet Nam has over 16 million 3G subscribers out of 123 million mobile phone subscribers.

The 4G system provides mobile ultra-broadband internet access to smart phones, laptops and other devices with USB wireless modems.

Possible applications include much faster mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing and 3D television. – VNS
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Old September 24th, 2012, 08:14 PM   #1027
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Retail space for lease at Vincom Mega Mall

HA NOI (VNS)— Vincom Mega Royal City, the biggest shopping mall and recreation centre in Viet Nam, announced last week that it would begin leasing retail space.

With 230,000sq.m coverage consisting of two basements and two above-ground floors, Vincom Mega Mall will become the country's largest mall and recreation complex.

The project is slated to officially go into operation in July of 2013.-VNS
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Old September 24th, 2012, 08:17 PM   #1028
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Glass that lasts: Artist Son Bol works on a glass painting. He is one of the oldest artists still plying his trade. — File Photo
SOC TRANG — Passing through the hands of the old couple, clear glass plates become resplendent with gorgeous landscapes and the stuff of Buddhist legends.

The husband-and-wife team of Son Bol and Ly Thi Thien are the oldest Khmer artists making glass paintings in Phuoc Thuan Village in the southern province of Soc Trang.

The art of painting on glass has developed since 1960 and become the "traditional" art of the Khmer people in Soc Trang. Phuoc Thuan is now well-known throughout the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta region for its glass painters and their beautiful artworks

Painters in Phuoc Thuan have their own secret to mixing paints to keeping the colours fast. A painting can be stored for 20 years without losing its vibrancy, according to Bol.

Bol started painting at the age of 16. Nowadays, while fewer painters follow the art, Bol and his wife still have a strong attachment to it.

"I was one of the first artists to make Phuoc Thuan glass paintings," Bol said. "Now, at the age of 70, I want to walk the last steps of my life with this art. Especially since fewer artists are pursuing this, I'm aware of the responsibility to preserve the art."

Artist starts the work on the rear of the glass plate which they cover with a layer of rough paint to make the colours stick to the glass. They then paint on the backside of the glass.

While it takes at least a year to master the art, Bol says, artists can continue to improve their techniques to make the paintings more beautiful and long-lasting.

The old couple have produced thousands of glass paintings expressing Khmer culture during their 50-year career. The paintings sell particularly well on the occasion of the Khmer new year festival of Chol Chnam Thmey in mid-April.

"The Khmer often decorate their homes to celebrate the festival, with many returning home to enjoy the holiday, so they buy many glass paintings," Bol said.

The couple can produce three or four paintings per day, and a 40cm by 60cm painting can be sold for VND200,000 (about US$10).

On these occasions, members of Ly Thi Chil's family also gather to make glass paintings. Chil supervises others in her family to undertake different steps in the process of making glass paintings to finish orders on time.

"During the days near Tet and Chol Chnam Thmey, we work all day and night," she said. "Despite being exhausted, we are satisfied with the income."

Phuoc Thuan glass paintings are also exported to Laos and Cambodia, says Duong Thi Ha, chairwomen of the Women's Union of Phu Tan Commune.

"Income from selling glass paintings guarantees a living for many people," she said. "Making the paintings also helps preserve and promote the Khmer's traditional art."

Glass paintings are a cultural expression of the Khmer people, but they don't serve the demand of Khmers only. Colourful glass paintings have also been used to decorate modern architectures. — VNS
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Old September 24th, 2012, 08:19 PM   #1029
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HCM CITY (VNS)— New commercial centres and residential areas are expected to be built near 11 stations on HCM City's Metro Line No 1, according to the city's Urban Planning and Architecture Department.

The HCM City People's Committee has asked the department to map out an urban development plan for areas along Ha Noi Highway and around Ben Thanh Market, based on the plan to build stations for Metro Line No 1, which links the market in District 1 with the Suoi Tien Area in District 9.

Under the master plan for the route, it will have a central station located under Ben Thanh Market area and 10 stations along the route.

More than 10 residential and commercial areas would be developed along it.

Nguyen Dinh Hung, deputy director of the city's Urban Planning and Architecture Department, said the new metro stations would not only serve as stations but also as commercial centres with nearby residential areas.

He said the Government's planning and economic development policies would help set up these new residential areas and commercial centres.

"HCM City's Urban Railway Management Authority is responsible for construction of the metro stations, while capital for construction of the commercial centres and residential areas will come from the private sector," Hung was quoted by Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon) newspaper as saying.

The commercial centres and residential areas would be built from 300 to 500 metres from the stations, creating favourable conditions for residents to walk from their homes to the centres and metro stations.

Short bus routes will also be scheduled to carry passengers to the metro stations.

According to the railway management authority, the study for the first station has been completed and sent to relevant ministries and agencies for consideration. It will then be submitted to the Prime Minister for approval.

Construction plan

The first station is located 25 metres under Quach Thi Trang Square, an existing bus station and part of September 23 Park.

The station would have several levels, with the upper level to house business facilities and the lower levels the common station for four metro lines: No. 1; No 2 linking Ben Thanh Market with Tham Luong in District 12; No. 3a linking Ben Thanh with Tan Kien; and No 4 from Thanh Xuan in District 12 to Hiep Phuoc Port in Nha Be District.

The Urban Planning and Architecture Department said the area around Ben Thanh Market was well-developed and would not need new facilities.

The second station would be built under Nguyen Hue Street, the third in an area near Ba Son Shipyard; the fourth in Van Thanh Area; the fifth near Sai Gon Bridge; and the sixth in the Thao Dien Area.

All these stations would be in urban areas that have not been fully developed. Thus, the areas would need upgrading to match the development of the new metro line and the stations along it.

Metro lines

The railway management authority said the city would also focus on urban planning and investment for new residential areas along Metro Line No 1, from the seventh to 11th stations, because there was little of development in these areas.

On August 28, HCM City broke ground for its 20km Metro Line No 1, which runs through districts 1, 2, 9, Binh Thanh, Thu Duc and Di An Town of Binh Duong Province.

The first 17.1-km stretch of the route is the 11-station overhead section, running from Ba Son Shipyard in District 1 to Suoi Tien Park.

Market to shipyard

It also consists of a 2.6-km underground section connecting Ben Thanh Market and Ba Son Shipyard, with three undergound stations.

Construction is expected to be completed by 2017 and the first metro line will become operational in 2018, according to Nguyen Do Luong, head of the railway authority.

He said the line would transport 186,000 passengers per day when completed in 2017, 620,000 passengers per day by 2020.

Planning for the 11.3-km line 2 calls for it to run from Thu Thiem Peninsula in District 2 to the Tay Ninh Bus Station in District 12, with 9.6km of it underground.

HCM City authorities have also approved the basic design for Line 3A from Ben Thanh Market to Tan Kien, and Line 3B from the Cong Hoa Crossroads in Tan Binh District to Hiep Binh Phuoc in Thu Duc District.

Line 4 would run from Lang Cha Ca Crossroads in Tan Binh District to Van Thanh Park in Binh Thanh District.

Line 5, stretching some 17km, would run from Sai Gon Bridge in District 2 to Can Giuoc in District 8.

The six-km-long Line 6 would run from Ba Queo in Tan Binh District to Phu Lam in District 6.

The city said it had accelerated works on the city's metro projects, aiming to bring the entire network into operation by 2025. — VNS
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People drive along an inundated stretch of Phan Dinh Phung Street in HCM City's Phu Nhuan District. The city plans to eliminate 31 flood-prone areas by the end of 2014. — VNA/VNS Photo Manh Linh
HCM CITY — The HCM City Anti-Flooding Programme Management Centre has said it hopes to stop flooding in all 31 flood-prone areas in the city by the end of 2014.

Anti-flooding work has been or would be carried out at 10 places this year, eight others next year, and the rest in 2014, it said.

So far this year it has worked on six flood-prone areas – Vu Tung Street and Ung Van Khiem Streets in Binh Thanh District, Lanh Binh Thang in District 11, Hau Giang Street in District 6, Do Xuan Hop in District 9, and Quang Trung Street in Go Vap District.

It is developing a project for four other areas this year: Go Dua Street in Thu Duc District, National Highway 1A in District 12, An Duong Vuong Street in Districts 6 and Binh Tan, and Phan Anh Street in District 6.

But the 31 inundation-prone areas it hopes to fix by 2014 include 14 where remedial work was already done but has proven ineffective.

They include six severely flooded areas – Au Co, Bau Cat, Dong Den, Truong Cong Dinh, Hoa Binh, and Ba Hom Streets.

The other eight are No Trang Long, Nguyen Xi, Phu Tho Hoa, Le Thuc Hoach, Xo Viet Nghe Tinh, Phan Dinh Phung, Truong Vinh Ky, and Tan Quy Streets.

Nguyen Huu Tin, deputy chairman of the city People's Committee, has ordered the centre and other relevant agencies to improve the quality of their works to prevent any further recurrence of floods.

The project contractors would have to be held accountable in case of recurrence, he said.

The floods mostly occur due to high tides in the rivers and canals that crisscross the city. — VNS
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City plans to bury all electrical cables

Workers check electricity and telecommunications cables. HCM City authorities aim to have all cables underground in a bid to get rid of the dangerous eye-sores. — VNA/VNS Photo Thanh Phan
HCM CITY — The HCM City People's Committee has given approval to HCM City Power Corporation (EVN HCMC) to bury 19 electrical grids and telecommunication cables this year.

The city will pay for half of EVN HCMC's loan interest so that it can begin the underground projects.

After September 15, EVN HCMC will begin 14 projects, most of which are located in central District 1.

Work will be done on roads Ham Nghi, Pham Ngoc Thach, Ly Tu Trong, Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, Nguyen Hue and Le Loi.

Major roads like Hong Bang, Nguyen Xi, Nguyen Oanh and Nguyen Truong To located in districts 5, Go Vap and Binh Thanh will also be included.

Last year, work on five underground projects began on streets Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Dinh Tien Hoang, Cach Mang Thang Tam and Truong Son, located in districts 3, Binh Thanh and Tan Binh.

Two of the projects are expected to be completed next month.

EVN HCMC has also begun a pilot underground project for power, information and telecommunications cables along Tran Hung Dao Street between the intersections of Nguyen Khac Nhu and Nguyen Van Cu streets in District 1.

EVN HCMC has set its 2012-15 target to bury 128 projects of medium- and low-voltage and telecommunication networks in the city centre.

It expects to complete the underground city grid by 2020. More than VND3.1 trillion (over US$148 million) in investment capital will be used.

The aim of the city's master plan for underground development is to increase areas for construction to meet living-space demands and to adapt to climate change.

According to the HCM City Development Research Institute, underground space in the city has 4,400km of water pipes, a 1,500km-long drainage system, 816 culverts, and 16,000km of electricity cables.

Some of the underground systems were built at least 30 years ago.

This year, work begins on a 60-km section for a metro system as well as burial of all electricity cables underground.

In addition, 100 high buildings, all with basements, have been granted licenses, which will add to the city's underground spaces. — VNS
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Old September 25th, 2012, 07:42 AM   #1032
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Vietnam abandoned of the deep-water port in southern Vietnam

The abandoned of the deep-water port in southern Vietnam stands as a symbol of incompetence and idiotic regime doing to the country’s economy. Vietnam once seen as on it’s way to joining economic tigers and She’s now loses appeal to foreign investors.

“All that remain of Vietnam's plan to build a major deep-water port are 114 exposed pilings trailing into the South China Sea and a barge full of rusty machinery.”

“Vu Tu Thanh, Vietnam representative for the Washington-based US-ASEAN Business Council, said Vietnam has lost the reputation it enjoyed a few years ago for being among the most attractive destinations for investment in Asia”

http://xfinity.comcast.net/articles/...roubled.Ports/
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A Vietnamese court issued jail sentences to the three bloggers who wrote about human rights abuses, corruption and foreign policy ranging from four to 12 years on Monday.

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was watching a very important Current affairs discussion between australias role and in SEA seas, and whats it doing in vietnam helping with intelligence and shit against the rise of china and the island disputes, i wait for the podcast to be uploaded and post the link...very interesting discussion between australia and USA...

apparently vietnam has no friends in the region besides russia who lives a distance away, while its commie allies are further away who will not back them up, cause at the end of the day its all about the money....vietnam has no fkn relationship with its SEA neighbors, seems like everyone is working on their own...instead of a joint partnership to deal with teh chinese....and yet i dunno why australia is helping vietnam anyway with all the bullshit news coming out lately about its country...

vietnam currently bought a few russian subs, who the indians also bought some, are now in joint operations providing training etc together...vietnam needs to build better relations with chinas enemys in the region

http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/conte...2/s3597882.htm
clip and transcript of teh interview...

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Old October 1st, 2012, 06:56 PM   #1035
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This guy is from Southern Vietnam and just a stupid puppet of Hanoi ( they use him to do the dirty work for them , that's why I call him stupid , or idiot) he has no power ...the people with power are the ones from Northern Vietnam most of them residing in Hanoi , I wouldn't pin point at him for all the troubles, miseries they have caused for Vietnamese , if he had the absolute power , Southern Vietnam wouldn't have been so lagging so far behind in developing compare to Northern Viet nam especially at '' dong bang song cuu long ''
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http://travel.yahoo.com/ideas/world-...es.html?page=7

World's happiest countries



Vietnam: Second Place

It's been a slow road back for Vietnam in recent decades, but with healthy economic growth, an increasing life expectancy, and solid reported well-being, Vietnam scores second place in this year's Happy Planet Index. And with tourism on the rise, it's clear that more visitors are happily discovering the country.
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Yup ! Vietnam is a very happy Country due to it peoples nature , have we not ? I remember seeing fotos of Vietnamse children running after American soldiers during the war smiling waiting for them to toss candies and toys they were so happy even though some of them were being naked at the time , but heck , what was there not to be happy? life is short, you could die anytime in that period ...and then right after the VC invaded Saigon and South VN , we all went out smiling to celebrate the unification on VN and planning to leave the Country by all mean in mass after that , yes we Vietnamese are happy , have been and will always be happy , because in Vietnam if you are not putting on a happy face you might just as well kill yourself ,because too many injustice will crush you instantly , foreigners and journalists don't know that , they just see it and they think that's what it is ...hix , they have to be Vietnamese to understand it man !

And as of right now if any of Vietnamese got a chance to leave VN either to study or visit relative in the western world , I can bet that no one wants to return back to that ''happy Country'' including you Mr Nguyend

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You are still as 3 rights as old day You've never changed, didn't you, Mr 3 rights?
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You are still as 3 rights as old day You've never changed, didn't you, Mr 3 rights?
Of course , why change when I'm 3 times more right than you are ? Have you made it up to Coolink yet ?
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This guy is from Southern Vietnam and just a stupid puppet of Hanoi ( they use him to do the dirty work for them , that's why I call him stupid , or idiot) he has no power ...the people with power are the ones from Northern Vietnam most of them residing in Hanoi , I wouldn't pin point at him for all the troubles, miseries they have caused for Vietnamese , if he had the absolute power , Southern Vietnam wouldn't have been so lagging so far behind in developing compare to Northern Viet nam especially at '' dong bang song cuu long ''
u do know the top 3 positions are shared by the 3 state governments, south, central and north...north makes all the decisions, the other 2 are just puppets....

hate him all you want, alot of ppl are still sour over him cause his a southerner working for the commies, with or without him even if you replace him makes no difference....someone will have to do the dirty work

a few years ago him and his group of backers tried to enforce new reforms, in other words tried to steal power from the norh cause of teh economic wealth activity down south and the wealthy business ppl wanted reform...they are gettin squach one by one as we speak....
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