A dispute over the Spratly Islands spurs anti-Chinese protests in Viet Nam. Nguyen Qui Duc reports on video.
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Truth is, I haven’t even watched this clip. A friend shared it with me and said it’s related to the two latest peace demonstrations/walks for peace/protests against China’s hostile activities in the South China Sea (on June 5 and 12, 2011). It features a diaCRITICS major contributor, Nguyen Qui Duc. I have 7 minutes left before I have to go filming, but I will definitely write a follow-up to the former one when I have more time between filming and theater, since I was there (and was quoted in Oanh Ha’s report on Bloomberg). For peace, of course. And nothing but world peace. You know what I mean.
Peace and love,
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A full-time free soul, dreamer, bohemian, hippie, free-lover, transcendentalist; an artistic activist for feminism, gay rights, pro-choice, and freedom of speech; an absurd poet and a poetic absurdist, Hiền Nga believes in self-enlightenment, bicycles, rainbows, flowers, and hummingbirds.