You said, “I am the life”(1)
when you were dying
and surely you would be dead.
Of course, no one believes in that.
When you died,
your disciples believed in that,
believing that you were the life. Đọc tiếp Prayer 457
There is nothing new under the sun,(1)
why did you do miracles,
from changing water into wine at the start(2)
to raising Lazarus from the dead at the end?(3)
Because humans like new things,
because humans believe they’ll grow in seeing new things,
you did miracles,
you did new and strange things. Đọc tiếp Prayer 456
April 5, 2018 Vietnam gives harsh jail terms to 6 activists for subversion
Nguyen Van Mieng, the lawyer for prominent human rights lawyer Nguyen Van Dai said he was sentenced to 15 years in prison and five years of house arrest while his fellow activists received sentences from seven to 12 years at the one-day trial Thursday. (Vietnam News Agency via AP)
By Laura McClure and Daryl Chen on December 8, 2016 in Interviews
This compilation of reading assigned to students everywhere will expand your horizons — and your bookshelves.
In the US, most students are required to read To Kill a Mockingbird during their school years. This classic novel combines a moving coming-of-age story with big issues like racism and criminal injustice. Reading Mockingbird is such an integral part of the American educational experience that we wondered: What classic books are assigned to students elsewhere?
Update: May, 22/2018 – 06:00
Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Lê Thị Thu Hằng. — VNA/VNS Photo Phương Hoa
Viet Nam News – HÀ NỘI – Việt Nam requests that China immediately stop sending bombers to conduct drills in Việt Nam’s Hoàng Sa (Paracel) archipelago, said the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson, Lê Thị Thu Hằng.
Hằng made the statement in Hà Nội on Monday in response to a reporter’s question regarding the exercises, saying China’s dispatch of bombers to conduct take-off and landing drills in Hoàng Sa has seriously violated Việt Nam’s sovereignty over the archipelago.
Results reveal three major waves of migration
Researchers have completed the first whole-genome analysis of ancient human DNA from Southeast Asia Study identifies at least three major waves of human migration into the region over the last 50,000 years, each shaping the genetics of Southeast Asia.
Field workers excavate ancient human remains at Man Bac, Vietnam, in 2007. DNA from skeletons at this site was included in the current study. –Credit: Lorna Tilley, Australian National University
Here is my to-do list today.
Would you like to help me keep the to-do list?
Finishing work before bedtime.
Always in you.
Last update 16:00 | 04/04/2018 vietnamnet
For the first time in Vietnam, specialists from the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have discovered a cemetery of fossilised coral reef more than 5,000 years old on Quang Ngai province’s Ly Son Island. The unprecedented and unique discovery opens up new interpretations of the earth dating back to 5,000 years ago.
The 5,000 year old fossil coral reef was discovered on Vietnam’s Ly Son Island.
I’ve seen your answer to my prayer,
the prayer about human rights for a few years ago.
You always answer me,
from tiny things to great things.
You love me too much.
We’ll live like that forever?
I’ll pray, be still and watch you do your works?
Yes, we’ll live like that forever.
A policewoman of Móng Cái City’s Police Department (right) receives a baby – a victim of human trafficking, from a policewoman of China’s Fangchenggang City on Tuesday.— VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Hoàng
VNN – HÀ NỘI — Human trafficking in Việt Nam was on the increase because it was difficult to control, according to experts. They said the crime especially targeted women and children.The manager of a hotline to prevent human trafficking prevention, Nguyễn Thuận Hải, from the Department of Child Care and Protection, said that more information related to the issue was now available.
IPSnews – – Researchers recently evaluated 65 countries which represent 87 percent of internet users globally. Half of them experienced a decline of internet freedom. China, Syria and Ethiopia are the least free. Estonia, Iceland and Canada enjoy the most freedom online.
The most remarkable evolution comes from Southeast Asia. A few years ago, this was a promising region. The economy was growing, democracy was on the rise. Malaysia had free elections, Indonesia started an anti-corruption campaign and the social rights of Cambodian garment workers were improving.
Please end human trafficking.
Please protect, rescue and heal the victims.
Please don’t let anyone go in a path of suffering.