Ưng Hoàng Phúc was born on August 18, 1981 in An Giang. He was a member of the all mael group "1088," but became a solo act in 2002. #UngHoangPhuc #VietNam #SEASongoftheWeek More info/listen: www.cseashawaii.o...
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Vietnamese band, Microwave: "The rock show is considered a huge oven, and within that space, Microwave will be the strongest waves to resonate with the audiences burning out the passion for music, twisting hard the atmosphere and rocking harder than ever. Yet very simple and passionate with deep desire." #Microwave #VietNam #SEASongoftheWeek More info/listen: www.cseashawaii.o...
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The Ngũ Cung Rock Band (Pentatonic) was established to contribute to the Progressive-Hard Rock market, aiming at becoming THE most famous progressive rock band in Viet Nam and beyond. #NguCung #VietNam #SEASongoftheWeek More info/listen: www.cseashawaii.o...
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Yuzana (Burmese: ယုဇန, pronounced: [jṵzəna̰]; born Yuzana Myint Ngwe) is a female Burmese pop singer. Her parents are songwriter Myint Ngwe (Hinthada) and singer Tin Tin Aye. Yuzana first entered the music industry with the band 102.7. In February 2008, she married an Australian national, Thein Htaik Aung. Her brother Phyo Gyi is also a Burmese singer. #Yuzana #Myanmar #SEASongoftheWeek More info/listen: www.cseashawaii.o...
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Burmese pop star Yuzana
Originally the lead singer with the band Endorphine, Da and her band released their first album Prik in 2004, with hit single “Puan Sa Nit” topping many radio charts in Thailand. #DaEndorphine #Thailand #SEASongoftheWeek More info/listen www.cseashawaii.o...
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Maria (real name Meria Aires) (born February 16, 1989) is the most successful female singer in Brunei. She became a successful artist when she won the 2005 Kristal Idol contest in conjunction with His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei Darussalam’s birthday celebrations. #MariaAires #Brunei #SEASongoftheWeek www.cseashawaii.o...
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Maria Known for her high-pitched voice and her hit (relatively speaking) single "Bisik Hati," Maria is the most famous female singer in the tiny East-Asian sultanate. - Esquire.com
Preap Sovath (ព្រាប សុវត្ថិ) born February 27, 1972, in Kandal, Cambodia, is a cambodian/khmer pop singer. Sovath started his singing career in 1992. He records for Rasmey Hang Meas (RHM), generally regarded as Cambodia’s most progressive recording label. Apart from being a singer, Preap Sovath is also an actor, restaurant owner and owner of a wedding boutique. #PreapSovath #Cambodia #SEASongoftheWeek More info/listen: www.cseashawaii.o...
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Phạm Quỳnh Anh is a Vietnamese pop singer. In 2006 she embarked on her solo singing career with her single "Không Đau Vì Quá Đau," which became her first big hit. #PhamQuynhAnh #VietNam #SongoftheWeek For more info/listen: www.cseashawaii.o... Photo credit: xalo.vn/news/tl/Khoanh-khac-dep-rang-ngoi-cua-me-tre-Pham-Quynh-Anh/0-0-1-20-928805.htm
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Ziana Zain is a Malaysian pop singer-songwriter, model, entrepreneur and actress. More info/listen: http://www.cseashawaii.com/wordpress/2013/01/ziana-zain/
This is the incredible story of Bao Luong, Vietnam’s first female political prisoner. In 1927, when she was just 18, Bao Luong left her village home to join Ho Chi Minh’s Revolutionary Youth League and fight both for national independence and for women’s equality. A year later, she became embroiled in the Barbier Street murder, a crime in which unruly passion was mixed with revolutionary ardor.
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Child and Water Buffalo, Vietnam Photograph by Denis Rozan, Your Shot This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Pictures A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam.
Child and Water Buffalo, Vietnam; Photo: Denis Rozan; A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam.
Child and Water Buffalo, Vietnam Photograph by Denis Rozan, Your Shot This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Pictures A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam. (http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day)
interesting...everyone has a water buffalo, your's is fast but mine is slow :) Child and Water Buffalo, Vietnam / Photograph by Denis Rozan, Your A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam.
@natgeophotos's photo: "FEBRUARY 18, 2012 Child and Water Buffalo, Vietnam Photograph by Denis Rozan, Your Shot This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Pictures A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam."
A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam. Brings back so much memories. I used to ride our Modam water buffo to and from the rice field.
See a photo of a young Hmong girl riding a water buffalo in Vietnam, from National Geographic.
Wow....most people would never! A young Hmong girl rides a water buffalo in Sa Pa, Vietnam.
Red Cloud "We do not ask for riches but we want to raise our children right."
In this important new study, Charles Keith explores the complex position of the Catholic Church in modern Vietnamese history. By demonstrating how French colonial rule allowed for the transformation of Catholic missions in Vietnam into broad and powerful economic and institutional structures, Keith discovers the ways race defined ecclesiastical and cultural prestige and control of resources and institutional authority.
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Catholic Vietnam: A Church from Empire to Nation (From Indochina to Vietnam: Revolution and War in a Global Perspective) by Charles Keith. $29.97. 330 pages. Author: Charles Keith. Publisher: University of California Press; 1 edition (September 18, 2012)
'Catholic Vietnam: A Church from Empire to Nation' (UC Press, 2012) by Charles Keith (Michigan State) won the AAS Harry Benda Prize in 2015.
'Catholic Vietnam: A Church from Empire to Nation' (University of California Press, 2012) by Charles Keith (Michigan State University)
Catholic Vietnam : a church from empire to nation / Charles Keith. ARCHER BX 1650 A7 K45 2012
Fishmonger plying her trade on the streets of Hanoi
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Fishmonger applying her trade directly on the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam - Photo taken by BradJill
Tet Nguyen Dan, 19 January - 20 February, Vietnam