Mittwoch, 18. Februar 2015

The Rosenbaum's book "No place for a lady!

One of the few female reporters covering the 

war, Thea Rosenbaum fell into journalism 

after arriving in Saigon with her husband, 

she says in "No Place for a Lady." In this 

excerpt she recounts going into the field 

for the first time.

veteran journalist, Thea Rosenbaum has

experienced firsthand some of the most vital 

parts of world history. Born in Germany 

during World War II, she later moved to the 

United States; Rosenbaum is a proud U.S. 

citizen since 2013 and lives in Florida. 

Learn more at : No place for a lady


Donnerstag, 12. Februar 2015

How vietnamese rap got political?

„You will be overthrown soon, f…communism“ und “Everyone will know the truth, f….communism” und “ I will neither offer bribe or beg you, f….communism” sang Son Nguyen in seinem Rapsong “DMCS”.

DMCS: fuck the communism (in Vietnamesisch)

How Vietnamese rap got political

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Montag, 2. Februar 2015

Pastor beaten in broad daylight in Vietnam

Reverend Nguyen Hong Quang
A pastor and his associate are reported to have been brutally beaten by five men in broad daylight on January 18 near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
According to Voice of the Martyrs, Pastor Nguyen Hong Quang and his associate were hit in the head with bricks and stones. When they fell to the ground, the assailants proceeded to kick their bodies relentlessly.
The men suffered serious injuries and were rushed to the nearest hospital where they are being treated. Pastor Quang, who is also a lawyer and an active advocate of religious freedom in Vietnam, sustained greater injuries in the attack.