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HacBao By HacBao, 13th Sep 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/w3bin5h_/
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Sometimes the lines of my mind .I want to write a grammatically correct article. But now, it is very difficult.

Send my friend!

This is a line comment on my post http://www.wikinut.com/national-day-of-our-viet-nam/3p0en6mr/19phu93d/: "I do not know if the French occupation made it better or worse, whose side to be on, or who is right ?......"

If you are the people of my country,If you have lived in war, you would not talk like that, a nation was invaded never good.

Do you know how many children, women and men of our country have died, have to do very hard labor to death.

You have a national assessment, by a few people you know. It's funny

I think this is not a good or fun posts, but thank you for reading it.Wishing you a good day

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author avatar HacBao
I come from Viet Nam . i like watch amine . I'm not good at English, if I have the wrong advice on English grammar of your post. Hope you're prompted to gradually improve their

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
13th Sep 2014 (#)

Well, since the line you quote was mine... You know I am from the US. And I went on to talk about my experience as the child and grandchild of immigrants. The US colonists prevented a British invasion, but kept the English language, major religions, and many of the customs and traditions of the people they did not want to be controlled by. The colonists did not adopt the customs of the native population. Was it better or worse for the US? I don't know.
And yes, if I don't know something, I will ask questions. It is how I learn. So teach me. Tell me about the Vietnam you want me to know about. And when I say me, I mean myself, but also the many Americans who don't understand modern day Vietnam and yet are afraid to ask. Help us understand not only that you love your country, but the history that it has -- a history we should learn from, perhaps so we don't repeat it.

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author avatar Natraj
11th Jan 2015 (#)

Hi, I visited in March 2014, wonderful country with rich culture. Ha Long Bay near Hanoi and HCM city at South Vietnam are the places were my interest but I still love to visit Hoi An, Da Bang and other places in North Vietnam in my next trip. Cheap hotels and tasty food with lovely soft spoken friendly people could make a visit memorable. One week touring may not be long but OK. Share your experience after your visit. I love Vietnam not because of its beauty only but my girl friend lives there.

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author avatar HacBao
13th Sep 2014 (#)

I understand what you mean. I was too hot-tempered when writing your article so I can not get a better view. Country you are living very strong, wish you a happy day
Thank you for sharing!Phyl Campbell

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author avatar HacBao
13th Sep 2014 (#)

Through these articles we understand each other better

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author avatar Lee Hansen
14th Sep 2014 (#)

HacBao the results of war are often very heart-wrenching and sad. Thanks for letting us know how your country was affected by it.

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author avatar Erly
14th Sep 2014 (#)

Hello my friend HacBao...I understand the agony and suffering of your country.I like your article,the reality of your country and the suffering of your land.Take care.

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author avatar Retired
14th Sep 2014 (#)

Hi, HacBao. Tell us more about your country. Tell us about your history, heroes, beauty spots, daily life. I am certain that many people would be interested in learning about Vietnam. My wife and I are hoping to visit your country sometime early next year, and we really do look forward to our trip.

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author avatar Kingwell
15th Sep 2014 (#)

My friend, I live in Canada and only imagine what it must be like to live in a country that has known so much war. Why not write about your life and help us to understand better, Blessings

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author avatar PJ Dorantes
29th Sep 2014 (#)

Hello! Thanks for sharing with us this short, yet, insightful article. I think that is why is important the existence of websites like this one, to share and exchange points of view with people from all over the world.

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author avatar Natraj
11th Jan 2015 (#)

When I visited the War Remnant Museum in HCM city, I could not control my feelings which burst unnoticeable cry in me. I hate war and crusading against it. I have written few posts here itself.

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