Yên Chi

Dear brothers and sisters,

This is a Chinese film about theme of war, a war between China and Japan – the Second Sino-Japanese War.

The Second Sino-Japanese War was a military conflict fought primarily between the Republic of China and the Empire of Japan from July 7, 1937, to September 2, 1945. The First Sino-Japanese War (1894–1895), between China (Qing Dynasty) and Japan (Empire of Japan), primarily over control of Korea. Đọc tiếp Yên Chi

Thức ăn tâm linh

Chào các bạn,

Mỗi ngày cơ thể chúng ta cần thức ăn khoai củ, và tâm hồn chúng ta cũng cần thức ăn tâm linh. Vậy bạn biết thức ăn tâm linh của bạn là gì không? Và bạn có ăn thức ăn tâm linh của bạn mỗi ngày không?

Thức ăn tâm linh của bạn là Chúa, Phật, Thượng đế, Allah, Ông Trời, Mẫu, Quán Thế Âm Bồ tát, Mẹ Maria… của bạn. Đọc tiếp Thức ăn tâm linh

The Choosing of the Seven

The prayer series

Dear brothers and sisters,

I comment in Acts 6:1-7 – The Choosing of the Seven.

Acts is the fifth book of the New Testament, after the four Gospels. Acts tells things that apostles of Jesus Christ did after Jesus was executed. Acts 6 means Chapter 6 of Acts.

Acts 6 New International Version (NIV)

The Choosing of the Seven Đọc tiếp The Choosing of the Seven

Vietnam court sentences ex-minister to life in prison for fraud

Former information minister Nguyen Bac Son was accused of receiving $3m in bribes to help a deal with a mobile company.

The Hanoi court sentenced Nguyen Bac Son to life in prison in a case that also saw another minister and a dozen executives receive lengthy prison terms [Nguyen Van Diep/VNA via AP]

The Hanoi court sentenced Nguyen Bac Son to life in prison in a case that also saw another minister and a dozen executives receive lengthy prison terms [Nguyen Van Diep/VNA via AP]

A court in Vietnam on Saturday sentenced a former information minister to life in prison after finding him guilty of taking $3m in bribes in connection with a controversial deal at state telecoms firm MobiFone.

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South China Sea – Occupation and Island Building

OCCUPATION AND ISLAND BUILDING


Five claimants occupy nearly 70 disputed reefs and islets spread across the South China Sea. They have built more than 90 outposts on these contested features, many of which have seen expansion in recent years. AMTI has gathered satellite imagery of each outpost, along with other relevant information, to document their current status and any changes they have undergone in recent years. Explore the database below.

Click on the name of each country to see.

CHINA  – MALAYSIA – PHILIPPINES  –  TAIWAN – VIETNAM