On the success of farming fish in Vietnam, Roger Cohen, NYT

Graves in the life-giving rice paddies along the Mekong Delta suggest the Asian gift for acceptance.     nytimes.com By Roger Cohen March 26, 2015 80 “THANH BINH, Vietnam — I drove out through a watery landscape, the rice paddies shimmering, watermelon being planted in muddy fields. There were ducks on the canals, graves and shrines in …

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Eco tourism comes to Vu Linh, Vietnam

Eco tourism, or Ecologically focused tourism, is coming. Necessity is mother of invention. Going Local in Vietnam’s Villages The owner of a lodge in an ethnic-minority area says it is meant to blend tourism, ecologically minded agriculture and employee education. nytimes.com|By Mike Ives

How to Pronounce ❝HOANG❞

This young lady is a bit silly, but what interests me is her gumption, and the fact that she can produce and broadcast herself, on whatever comes to her mind. How to Pronounce ❝HOANG❞ Annchirisu 121,115 www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWcC2DrQ10E http://youtu.be/MWcC2DrQ10E

Trip to Vietnam, November 2010, Week One, by David Lindsay

Back in the late 1970’s, I researched and wrote The Tay Son Rebellion, a historical fiction of 18th century Vietnam, which covered a great civil war from 1770 to 1802. After working on the book over 10 years, I failed to find a publisher, so put it away, went to business school for an MBA, …

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