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  • Forgetting Thanh Phong

    This article originally published at e.vnexpress.net. By Calvin Godfrey. Vietnam’s dilemma of having to close the book on a war crime to open a U.S.-backed school. The small bus rumbling toward the south-eastern tip of Ben

    January 6, 2017 • Connections to Today, Featured, Vietnamese Voices • Views: 403

  • THE CU CHI TUNNELS

    Mickey Grant: “There were 2 communist parties… one in the north, and one in the south. The Chinese never wanted the one in the North to win. You can look all this up. National Liberation Front… The Chinese never

    September 17, 2016 • Video, Vietnamese Voices • Views: 407

  • A Vietnamese voice from 1994

    An American couple is briefed, over tea by the Vice-chairman of Thanh Hoa Province, located 150 kilometers south of Hanoi.  It is July 22, 1994.  This is what he said: We may take a long time to heal the wounds of the war, but

    September 17, 2016 • Vietnamese Voices • Views: 381