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June 5, 2011 – The Beginning Of The Longest Anti-China Protest Movement In Vietnam

June 5, 2011 – The Beginning Of The Longest Anti-China Protest Movement In Vietnam
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Our newest section on The Vietnamese Magazine, the “On This Day” series, aims to introduce contemporary Vietnamese history of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries by explaining political events that occurred today in the past. What happened on June 5, 2011?Public demonstrations and protests are sporadic in Vietnam. But on

Son Nguyen
Son Nguyen
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Vietnamese Government Celebrates National Day By Violating Its Own Constitution

Vietnamese Government Celebrates National Day By Violating Its Own Constitution
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Today| marks the 73rd year since Ho Chi Minh stood at Ba Dinh Square on September 2, 1945, and proclaimed that all people shall enjoy their natural rights in the pursuit of happiness. Thus, it is quite hard to imagine that the current regime – who is supposedly following Ho Chi

Quynh-Vi Tran
Quynh-Vi Tran
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Vietnam, A Step Closer to Democracy With The Latest Nationwide Protests?

Vietnam, A Step Closer to Democracy With The Latest Nationwide Protests?
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June 10, 2018| Nationwide protests broke out in several major cities in Vietnam in the morning and lasted well into the afternoon. As of press time, the demonstrations are still ongoing with reports of several arrests and incidents of police assaulting protestors while observers mostly described the participants as peaceful.

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