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Prayer 180

The prayer series


Do you think I should practice Tai Chi and become a Tai Chi master?

Yes, you know all my dreams.

When I was child, I often dreamed I was a wanderer,
traveling everywhere with wind and cloud,
enjoying the little things in life,
doing whatever I feel right
(protecting people with my martial arts,
healing people by miracles,
standing up for the rights of the weak…)
and gazing at the single bright moon all night.

Beautiful dreams.

And dreams are born to live.
Live our dreams.

Do you think I should practice Tai Chi and become a Tai Chi master?
If I do, would you like to do with me?
I know you are a Tai Chi master, would you like to teach me?

I love you, Jesus.



Vietnam’s environment protection chief dismissed over Formosa disaster

Tuoi Tre News – Updated : 06/21/2017 18:16 GMT + 7

Luong Duy Hanh is seen in this file photo.

A chief of environmental protection operations under Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has been dismissed for his management oversight that had led to the Formosa disaster last year.

Luong Duy Hanh, director of the Department of Control of Environmental Protection Activities, has been removed from his position, a source close to Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper said, quoting the decision of the Vietnam Environment Administration.

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Fresh submarine cable problem disrupts Internet connection in Vietnam

TUOI TRE NEWS – Updated : 06/21/2017 16:01 GMT + 7

Internet speed in Vietnam has come to a snail’s pace for some users as one of the major undersea cable systems is suffering connection disruption, a service provider confirmed on Wednesday.

Connection was disrupted in the section of the Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) connecting the central city of Da Nang with the U.S., Japan and Hong Kong, at around 4:00 pm on Tuesday, a VNPT representative told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.

“The incident is slowing down connection for overseas hosted services during peak hours, especially for users in central localities,” the source said.

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APEC seeks to promote sustainable tourism development

Last update 09:35 | 20/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

Encouraging the participation of local people is part of the measures to promote sustainable tourism development. The issue was put on table at an APEC high level policy dialogue in northern Quang Ninh province on June 19.

According to United Nations World Tourism Organisation, tourism in many developing and least developed countries is the most viable and sustainable economic development option.

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A glance at Tay Ninh, the capital of Caodaism

Last update 10:23 | 20/06/2017 –  vietnamnet

 Founded in 1926 in Tay Ninh province, the Caodaism worships the Divine Eye, known as the eye of heaven and a symbol of its supreme being. It is now the third largest religion in Vietnam.

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The Tay Ninh Holy See, the centre of Caodaism in Vietnam, was completed in 1947, covering an area of more than one sq.km with twelve gates.

The Tay Ninh Holy See has unique architecture ​that combines various religious styles – Buddhism, Christianity, Muslim, Confucianism, Hindu and more.

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Have you ever seen so many elephants?

VIETNAMNEWS – Update: June, 18/2017 – 09:00

National heroes: Somewhere in the Central Highlands around 1963 as captured in a still frame by journalist Wilfred Burchett on a visit to the liberated zones of South Việt Nam. Photo courtesy of George Burchett

by George Burchett

In April 2015, I was invited by the Cercle des Francophones (Francophone Association) of Hà Nội to present the film Loin du Vietnam (Far from Việt Nam) at the Hà Nội Cinémathèque. The film was made collectively  in 1967 by some of the great names of new French cinéma: Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Agnès Varda, Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker and Alain Resnais, in support of Việt Nam’s resistance to US aggression.

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Asia Is Trawling for a Deadly Fishing War

Fishers in Jaffna clean and maintain their nets, preparing for the next trip out with their boats.

FP – Growing tensions between Sri Lankan and Indian fishermen are just one signal of a looming conflict over the region’s depleted waters.

Photography by Karim Mostafa

June 16, 2017 – THALVUPADU, Sri Lanka — Stanley Cruz, a fisher in this beachside village on the island of Mannar off Sri Lanka’s northwestern coast, stands with his bare feet in the sand, holding up a green net between his hands.

“This is the kind of net, you see. Last week, we lost many hundreds of these. Twelve of us fishers, when we went out to get them in the morning they were gone,” he says.

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