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Phú trọng, Xuân Phúc “rụng rời” khi 26 tổ chức quốc tế cùng lên tiếng

Phú trọng, Xuân Phúc “rụng rời” khi 26 tổ chức quốc tế cùng lên tiếng

Nguyen Phu Trong and Nguyen Xuan Phuc face allegations from 26 international organizations in the European Parliament As many as 28 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have just signed a joint letter, calling on the European Parliament (EP) to postpone approval of the most ambitious trade agreement between the EU and Vietnam. It is expected that the votes on the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the Investment Protection Agreement (IPA) will take place on Feb 11. A session of the EP,…

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Awkward Exes: Britain & America 1976 – Allies With Benefits (by We Are Thomasse)

Awkward Exes: Britain & America 1976 – Allies With Benefits (by We Are Thomasse)

Oh Britain! Oh America! Happy birthday States! I can’t wait for you to unwrap my package! Oh, Kingdom: I’m so glad we’re back to being allies with benefits. We have a very special relationship. But you’re sure Europe is ok with this, right? Who cares? I’m tired of the EEC telling me what to do. Look, you know I’m all about free trade. But you are in a Union with Europe now. I don’t want to mess anything up. It’s…

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WE’RE LOUD VIETNAM 2019 – Day Two

WE’RE LOUD VIETNAM 2019 – Day Two

We have a friend called Mussels, who is a mussels farmer in Melbourne, Victoria he’s also a rock n roll encyclopedia and he told us we should come to Vietnam to see King Khan playing on a riverboat cruise It’s a culture shock to us because i believe from a capitalist country to a still communist country you kind of have a different feeling about everything it’s pretty good, you can have a motorbike which is nice you don’t have…

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The Crawfish Boil Combining Cajun and Vietnamese Cooking Techniques — Cooking in America

The Crawfish Boil Combining Cajun and Vietnamese Cooking Techniques — Cooking in America

(hip-hop music) – Ever watch a Chris Brown video, it takes him like five minutes to walk to like right there. What surprised me the most about Houston is its diversity. It’s just as diverse as New York, but with that southern hospitality. In the late 70’s, Vietnamese refugees made their way over to Houston. They’ve brought their religion, their culture and their food to make Houston their home. I think this is the largest concentration of century-old eggs in…

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AN ARTIST’S CALL FOR VIETNAM’S FREEDOM | MAI KHOI | 2018 OFF IN TAIWAN

AN ARTIST’S CALL FOR VIETNAM’S FREEDOM | MAI KHOI | 2018 OFF IN TAIWAN

You know what? I used to be a pop star. I had a lot of fans, shows, and money. I even won song of the year award for the patriotic song that I wrote about my country. Life was so easy and comfortable, but it wasn’t enough for me. I’m gonna tell you how I got from there to where I am now. How I get involved in activism, and what I’ve learned from my experience. Back in 2010, I…

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Mekong. Floating Markets | Culture – Planet Doc Full Documentaries

Mekong. Floating Markets | Culture – Planet Doc Full Documentaries

Our journey along the Mekong is coming to an end. Before flowing into the China Sea, in Vietnam, the river forms an extensive and complex delta, known as The Nine Dragons. A network of 5,000 kilometres of natural and artificial canals carries the waters to the rice fields. Rice is the most important crop in Vietnam, and provides a living for 70% of the population. Each hectare of land produces 8 tonnes of rice a year. All land belongs to…

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“War Stories” Presented by Dartmouth College Undergraduates

“War Stories” Presented by Dartmouth College Undergraduates

– I’d like to welcome everybody back for our second panel. I realize that this morning I forgot to mention the sponsors for this event. We have received support from Dartmouth’s 250th Committee. From the Dickey Center for International Understanding. From the Departments of Classics and of History. And for the work that you will see summarized and presented here, we had funding for curricular innovation from Leslie Humanity Center Grant. And for the special work of my learning fellow…

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The United States of America – summary of the country’s history

The United States of America – summary of the country’s history

We begin in 1750 in North America. It’s been 150 years since settlers from Western Europe, mostly fleeing poverty, famine, or religious and political persecution, first arrived on the continent. Their arrival came at the expense of millions of native Americans who lived there for thousands of years, mostly in tribes. On the East Coast, Great Britain has established colonies inhabited by 1.5 million people. The northern regions depend mainly on fishing and trade, while in the south, the climate…

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How Silicon Valley went from Republican to Democrat | Margaret O’Mara

How Silicon Valley went from Republican to Democrat | Margaret O’Mara

For a long time, the Valley was Republican leaning; it was the few people who were Democrats who felt few and far between. And I’m thinking, you know, in the ’60s and the ’70s, and into the ’80s, into the Reagan era. The business leaders were, you know, there were like other business leaders. They tended to vote Republican. The great eminence of Silicon Valley Dave Packard, who was the co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, such an incredible influence on Valley’s business…

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