Cam Ranh airport greets first visitors in new year

There are 27 comments on the VietNam News story from Jan 24, 2012, titled Cam Ranh airport greets first visitors in new year. In it, VietNam News reports that:

Cam Ranh International Airport in the southern province of Khanh Hoa welcomed two aircraft carrying 251 visitors from the Russian Far East on January 23 - the first day of the lunar New Year festival.

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ban dan ban nuoc

Chicago, IL

#22 Jan 28, 2012
VIETNAM TARGETS 90,000 GUEST WORKERS IN 2012

NAM NEWS NETWORK Jan 27th, 2012 .

HANOI, Jan 27 (NNN-Bernama)— The Overseas Labour Management Department has set a target of sending 90,000 workers abroad this year, Vietnam News Agency (VNA)
reported.

According to the department, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs, more than 88,000 Vietnamese workers were sent to work in nearly 40 countries and territories in 2011, mostly in the Republic of
Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Malaysia.

A recently signed national agreement on Japan’s recruitment of Vietnamese nurses and hospital orderlies has provided a new opportunity for Vietnamese labourers to get well-paid jobs in this market.

Vietnam will strengthen vocational training for workers in the health care and service sectors in order to meet demands in traditional markets.

The country will also study and develop new markets with seasonal work, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Russia, Finland and Sweden.–NNN-BERNAMA
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that la the tham qua MAoi

Chicago, IL

#23 Jan 28, 2012
Shore surgeons complete mercy mission to Vietnam

Full story: Asbury Park Press Online

Drs. Hoan-Vu Nguyen and Haralambos Demetriades in an operating room in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/vietnam/T299...
DA foreigner pity da pzzzzP00R
SpongeBob

Windsor, Canada

#24 Jan 28, 2012
Do not be surprised when seeing a 9 BILLIONS OF USDOLLARS from remittance to Vietnam in 2011. Thanks to the hard work of Vietnamese guest workers, their relatives' conditions of living are improved day by day, NOT FROM OVER-SEA TRAITORS WITH VIETNAMESE ORIGINS...Those so-called ex-refugees of Indochina like Mister Chicago here CONTRIBUTED MORE BURDENS TO US SOCIETY DUE TO THEIR LONG TERM RECEPTION OF SOCIAL SERVICES, ALSO HEATH CARE OF NURSING HOMES...US GOVERNMENT SUPPLIED WHEELCHAIRS FOR THESE HANDICAPS ALONE, cost USA 2 billion dollars a year from American tax payers, according to one Government sponsored survey.-SpongeBob, ex-professor, Allied Social Research Institute, Ottawa, Canada-..Wahahaahahahaa!
BAC KY nguu si

Chicago, IL

#25 Jan 28, 2012
heh heh heh aint this ho chi minh callin it ban dan ban nuoc long time ago?
south vietnam did dis too

Chicago, IL

#27 Jan 31, 2012
no visa required for usa troops...VIP status in south vietnam and in phillipines
SpongeBob wrote:
<quoted text>Can't you see the difference, can you? The Russians come in vn with VISAS, paying the Airport Taxes, staying hotels and eating in restaurants. They also come in with all kinds of beautiful and fat-ass Russian girls...By the contrast, US came in to CRBay in the old days with..guns, living in their own barracks, abused Viet women in their camps and they came with all kinds of criminals, sex-hungry low life men, never paid one buck of visas. Now people could see how good education Chicago has through his comments. Wahahahhahahahha!
China calls for calm after Philippine offer to US
China yesterday called for greater efforts towards “peace and stability” in the region, after the Philippines offered to allow more US troops on its territory.
Manila said Friday it planned to hold more joint exercises and to let more US troops rotate through the Southeast Asian country—an offer welcomed by the United States as it seeks to expand its military power in Asia.
“We hope that relevant parties will make more effort towards peace and stability in the region,” China’s foreign ministry said in a brief statement faxed to this agency.
The government’s response was in sharp contrast to a blistering editorial in the Global Times—known for its nationalistic stance—which said Beijing should impose sanctions against the Philippines over the move.
China should use its “leverage to cut economic activities” between the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries and consider “cooling down” business links with its smaller neighbour, according to the editorial published in the Chinese and English versions of the newspaper.
“It should show China’s neighbouring areas that balancing China by siding with the US is not a good choice,” it said.
“Well-measured sanctions against the Philippines will make it ponder the choice of losing a friend such as China and being a vain partner with the US.”
China and the Philippines, along with Vietnam, have rival claims to parts of the South China Sea, home to some of the world’s most important shipping lanes and believed to hold vast deposits of fossil fuels.
Taiwan, Brunei and Malaysia also have claims in the South China Sea.
Manila and Hanoi complained repeatedly last year of what they said were increasingly aggressive acts by China in the decades-long rift. AFP
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south vietnam did this too but bac ky ho chi minh was allied with china and put all south vietnamese in REEDUCATION CAMP for 20 years
SpongeBob

Windsor, Canada

#28 Jan 31, 2012
south vietnam did dis too wrote:
no visa required for usa troops...VIP status in south vietnam and in phillipines<quoted text>
China calls for calm after Philippine offer to US
China yesterday called for greater efforts towards “peace and stability” in the region, after the Philippines offered to allow more US troops on its territory.
Manila said Friday it planned to hold more joint exercises and to let more US troops rotate through the Southeast Asian country—an offer welcomed by the United States as it seeks to expand its military power in Asia.
“We hope that relevant parties will make more effort towards peace and stability in the region,” China’s foreign ministry said in a brief statement faxed to this agency.
The government’s response was in sharp contrast to a blistering editorial in the Global Times—known for its nationalistic stance—which said Beijing should impose sanctions against the Philippines over the move.
China should use its “leverage to cut economic activities” between the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries and consider “cooling down” business links with its smaller neighbour, according to the editorial published in the Chinese and English versions of the newspaper.
“It should show China’s neighbouring areas that balancing China by siding with the US is not a good choice,” it said.
“Well-measured sanctions against the Philippines will make it ponder the choice of losing a friend such as China and being a vain partner with the US.”
China and the Philippines, along with Vietnam, have rival claims to parts of the South China Sea, home to some of the world’s most important shipping lanes and believed to hold vast deposits of fossil fuels.
Taiwan, Brunei and Malaysia also have claims in the South China Sea.
Manila and Hanoi complained repeatedly last year of what they said were increasingly aggressive acts by China in the decades-long rift. AFP
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south vietnam did this too but bac ky ho chi minh was allied with china and put all south vietnamese in REEDUCATION CAMP for 20 years
When one comes to a strange, Foreign Land for his shortcut to...MIA List or List of War martyrs...of course THERE IS NO NEED FOR VISA AT ALL! Aahahahhahahaha!
da bac ky

Chicago, IL

#29 Jan 31, 2012
bac ky...CIRCLE OF LIES
BAC KY you can not lie no more

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