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  • Ho Chi Minh - 1500 Words
    At birth, given the name Nguyen Tat Thanhg and born in 1890 in the town of Hoang Tru, Ho Chi Minh grew up in Kim Lien, Nma Dan District, Nghe An Province, Vietnam. His father, Nguyen Sinh Sac, was a Confucian scholar employed by the French and was described as being incredibly intelligent, but his unwillingness to obey and to learn the French language resulted in him losing his job. As a nationalist, Nguyen always taught his children to resist the French rule and undoubtedly all his children...
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  • Ho Chi Minh - 304 Words
    2. What stood in the way of Vietnamese self government in the years immediately following World War II? It all started when Japan invaded Vietnam September 1940 to have military bases in southeast asia. After the invasion, japan overthrew the French authorities there in Vietnam and was then independent under the Japanese. After that the Viet Minh was created and controlled by Ho Chi Minh. The Viet minh started the august reolution to take control over the government. This ended the Nguyen...
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  • Ho Chi Minh - 706 Words
    Ho Chi Minh, regarded by many historians as one of the greater leaders of people rose from poor obscurity to lead and emancipate the people of Vietnam. Born Nguyen Sinh Cung into a mandarin family in Nghe An, Central Vietnam in 1890 , Ho's beginnings were amongst the lower class. He was educated at the Lycee Quoc-hoc, a nationalist school in Hue, founded by the Minister Ngo Dinh Kha – father of Ngo Dinh Diem who would later become the USA's puppet ruler of South Vietnam . Ho travelled the...
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  • Ho Chi Minh - 1114 Words
    Through the many years of Ho Chi Minh’s leadership, Vietnam had been led into independence and unity. From an early age, he had fought long and hard to gain the independent status of Vietnam. He believed in what Vietnam deserved to have. There were many hurdles during his leadership, but he did not let any of them get in his way. Would Vietnam be the Vietnam they are today without Ho Chi Minh? This idealistic and motivated leader founded the Vietnamese Communist Party, and was also the President...
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  • Ho Chi Minh President
    Hồ Chí Minh (Vietnamese pronunciation: [hô̤ tɕǐmɪŋ] ( listen), Chữ Nôm: 胡志明), born Nguyễn Sinh Cung and also known as Nguyễn Ái Quốc (19 May 1890 – 2 September 1969) was a Vietnamese Marxist revolutionary leader who was prime minister (1945–1955) and president (1945–1969) of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam). He formed the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and led the Việt cộng during the Vietnam War until his death. Hồ led the Việt Minh independence movement from 1941 onward,...
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  • Ho Chi Minh - 3157 Words
    Ho Chi Minh (1890-1869) Background to Vietnam’s Nationalist Movements Ancient Vietnam * Vietnam was once ruled by the Han and Tang Dynasties of China for over a thousand years until 939, and then from 1407 to 1428 * As such the Vietnamese had a strong sense of national identity, and also frequently put up violent resistance to foreign rulers. In the end Vietnamese resolve always overcame the patience and resources of the foreign rulers. * Northern Vietnam was ruled by the Trinh...
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  • Ho Chi Minh - 794 Words
    Ho chi minh ¨Ho Chi Minh was born Nguyen Tat Tanh in Vietnam in 1890. His father, Nguyen Sinh Huy was a teacher employed by the French. ¨He had a reputation for being extremely intelligent but his unwillingness to learn the French language resulted in the loss of his job. To survive, Nguyen Sinh Huy was forced to travel throughout Vietnam, offering his services to the peasants. This usually involved writing letters and providing medical care. ¨As a nationalist, Nguyen taught his children to...
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  • Ho Chi Minh City
    Fasten your seatbelts as Ho Chi Minh City is a metropolis on the move – and we’re not just talking about the motorbikes that throng the streets. Saigon, as it’s known to all but city officials, is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the whole country forward with its limitless energy. It is a living organism that breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride. Saigon is a name so...
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  • Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh Comparison
    G Ella Dierberger 4/18/11 Global History Acc Mary Foran How Were Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh Different in Their Fight for Independence? Mohandas Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh both fought against foreign rule in their country; Gandhi against the British rule in India and Ho Chi Minh against the French reign in Vietnam. However, Gandhi fought peacefully and religiously, with fasts and boycotts to gain India’s independence, while Ho Chi Minh was a Communist ruler who believed violence and a good...
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  • Following Ho Chi Minh: Bui Tin
    Following Ho Chi Minh: Bui Tin Bui Tin who served on the general staff of North Vietnam’s army received the unconditional surrender of South Vietnam. Tin later became the editor of Vietnam’s official newspaper, the “Peoples Daily”. Tin then immigrated to Paris after becoming disillusioned with the fruits of Vietnamese Communism. Following Ho Chi Minh allows the reader to gain valuable insight into how the North Vietnamese forces planned and executed the war, through military and psychological...
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  • Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem
     Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem Sandra Jaime Devry University Gary Grimm Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem Following the Geneva conference in1954, an agreement was signed to end the First Indochina war. The agreements also lead to the temporary division of the Democratic of Vietnam into two sub- countries separated along the Laotian border next to the 17th parallel. To the north was the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and its capital in Hanoi and to the south was the Republic of...
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  • PR Article For Ho Chi Minh City Tourism
    HO CHI MINH CITY – THE CITY OF BEAUTY AND CIVILIZATION History surely plays an important part in the value of a tourism destination. A beautiful view will be more admirable when you consider it with interesting facts bond with its history. Therefore, while being a crowded and modern city today, Ho Chi Minh City has a unique beauty thanks to a great history with a 3-century time span. From the very first day, it has become a busy center for overseas merchants due to famous craftsmanship....
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  • Basic Introduction About Ho Chi Minh City
    Ho Chi Minh City Background Ho Chi Minh city, formerly known as Saigon, has a population of 7.163 million. It is the most populous city in Vietnam, and located on Saigon River, north of Mekong River Delta. It was once under the French Colonial Rule, and was transformed into a major port city and metropolitan centre. Large scale rural-urban migration took place during the Vietnam war, with the percentage of population residing in Ho Chi Minh city increasing from 4 percent in 1950 to nearly 6...
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  • Ho Chi Minh- North Vietnam Leader
    Ho Chi Minh: North Vietnam Leader Published Online: July 25, 2006 Although the most visible symbol of America's chief enemy in the Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh was still a difficult figure to hate. A frail and benign-looking old man in peasant garb or Mao jacket, the leader of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam seemed perfectly described as 'Uncle Ho,' an epithet bestowed upon him by friend and enemy alike. Indeed, he often seemed more symbol than substance–a mere face on a poster, an intangible...
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  • M. K. GandM. K. Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh: Paths to Independencehi and Ho Chi Minh: Paths to Independence
     Short Essay – Chapter 12: M. K. Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh: Paths to Independence India and Vietnam, both were under the controlled of foreign country. British controlled India and at the time of the British left India, French made military control of the colonial Indochina. People in the country faced to the discrimination, for Gandhi as example, the British throw him out of the first-class train compartment as he was “coloured”, unequal treatment also appear in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh’s father...
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  • [Midterm Report] Credit Appraisal at Vib Ho Chi Minh Vietnam
    PREFACE In the context of recent market economy, banking is one of the most important activities that play a crucial role in the development and growth of Vietnam as well as the world’s economy since corporations would have more expansion and additional capital investment opportunities with lending activities provided by banks. In addition, bank is a financial institution that well channels fund and capital from the savers to the investors to meet the needs of economic development. And what...
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  • Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem
    Question: In the context of the Vietnamese society as the course has presented it through the online textbook so far, what evaluation can be made about the leadership styles and personal examples of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem that would enable both of them to tap into the hearts and minds of the Vietnamese people and mobilize support for their initiatives? Why, in Vietnam, was personal leadership so very important? Refer to specific examples Introduction The Geneva...
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  • The Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem
    The Geneva Conference of 1954, which took place in Geneva, Switzerland, was the turning point for Vietnam. The Geneva Accord was then written and placed as a binding agreement that separated Vietnam in two zones divided by the 17th parallel (Moss, 2010). Ho Chi Minh and the Viet Minh controlled the northern Vietnam; control of the south was given to Bo Dai, which was later taken over by Ngo Dinh Diem (then the Emperor) (Moss, 2010). Both leaders displayed different governing styles and...
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  • : Ho Chi Minh City Is so Crowded : Causes and Effects
    Small town residents are often drawn to the excitement and conveniences of big cities . Especially in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), thousands of people rush into this city each year. These people want to have better lives. However, too many people migrate to HCMC also gives many problems to the Government. Why do they leave their hometown for HCMC? What problems will they bring to HCMC. In this essay, I’ll mention about the causes and the effects of too many immigrants in this...
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  • Describe the Main Features in the Life of Ho Chi Minh (1890 – 1969)
    Ho Chi Minh; was a leading figure for not only his people but also the nation of Vietnam, he was a tireless figurehead for Vietnam’s struggles for freedom. He was a committed nationalist and communist whose main goal was to achieve a united and independent Vietnamese nation. Ho Chi Minh; born Nguyen Sinh Cung (one of his many alias’) on May 19th, 1890, to very loyal parents; and proud son of Nguyen Sinh Huy; a Vietnam nationalist and teacher, employed under French rule – Ho’s father was an...
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  • The Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem
    The Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem Introduction A close look at the history and background of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem allows one to analyze what may have made the leadership skills of each a success or failure. Both were patriotic and wanted the same thing for their country and that was for Vietnam to remain undivided. Yet their backgrounds were quite different and may have had some influence in their ability to inspire, motivate and transmit a hope for...
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  • Analyse the Role That Ho Chi Minh Played in the Growth of Vietnamese Nationalism and Communism Up Until the End of the Japanese Occupationanalyse the Role That Ho Chi Minh Played in the Growth of Vietnamese Nationalism
    Ho Chi Minh Analyse the role that Ho Chi Minh played in the growth of Vietnamese nationalism and communism up until the end of the Japanese occupation. To analyse the role that Ho Chi Minh played in the growth of Vietnamese nationalism and communism, one must identify the key components of nationalism and communism and then draw relationships between them. Here the role of Ho Chi Minh is the agent or relationship between not only nationalism and communism but also between ideology and...
    1,131 Words | 4 Pages
  • A study on the difficulties in teaching and learning English speaking to non-English major freshmen at Ho Chi Minh University of Industry (HUI)
    CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY OF STUDY PROJECT REPORT TITLE: “A study on the difficulties in teaching and learning English speaking to non-English major freshmen at Ho Chi Minh University of Industry (HUI)” Date of submission: 16/05/2013 Name: VÕ THỊ KIM CÚC Supervisor’s Name: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Hung Tien Tutor’s Name : Le Huong Hoa, M.A “I certify that this work is entirely my own and has not been accepted as part of a submission to another purpose elsewhere”. Signed:...
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  • Employee Retention an Study on the Internship Program of Trg International in Ho Chi Minh City
    I. BACKGROUND Nowadays, although recruiting is concerned with external as well as internal sources of employees, much of strategic focus is on external recruiting (Angelo S. DeNisi, Ricky W. Griffin. 2005. Human Resources Management 7th edition). Therefore, Human Resources Managers always seek for the most effective way to fill important jobs and recruit new people who are both interested and capable of working for the company. TRG International is not an exception in...
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  • Students in Ho Chi Minh City Have Favor Whether in Korean Pop or Us – Uk?
    ------------------------------------------------- HCMC UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Research Paper STUDENTS IN HO CHI MINH CITY HAVE FAVOR WHETHER IN KOREAN POP OR US – UK? Name: Phạm Thị Loan Trang ID: 10DH70066 Instructor: Lý Thị Ngọc Hoa APRIL, 2013 Instructor’s comment Abstract To many...
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  • Causes of the Existence of Unappreciated Multi-Level Marketing Companies in Ho Chi Minh City
    I. Abstract In Vietnam, with the development of the economy, Multi-level Marketing experienced was at a particular position in business models. MLM companies, however, could not expand their brands widely because of several problems. An aim of our research was to determine what the reasons were toward attitude of consumers. We have carried out observations of MLM companies in Ho Chi Minh City, along with conducting a survey (questionnaire) on some groups of theirs customers. Participants was...
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  • Factors Affecting Customer Loyalty on Banking Service: a Case of Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Commercial in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Factors Affecting Customer Loyalty on Banking Service: A case of Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Commercial in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam • Dec 22, 2011 • 0 • 263 [pic] [pic][pic]FACTORS AFFECTING CUSTOMER LOYALTY ON BANKING SERVICE: A CASE OF HONG KONG SHANGHAI BANK COMMERCIAL IN HO MINH CHI CITY, VIETNAM Related Articles Luxury Travel Vietnam's Tour Featured in Indonesia Travel Magazine Corporate globalization and human rights abuses in the sweatshops of pakistan, indonesia...
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  • Evaluating Customers’ Interest Towards Private Brand of Big C Supermarket : Wow, in Fast-Consuming Commodities Market, Case Study on Ho Chi Minh City.
    Thesis topic: EVALUATING CUSTOMERS’ INTEREST TOWARDS PRIVATE BRAND OF BIG C SUPERMARKET :WOW, IN FAST-CONSUMING COMMODITIES MARKET, CASE STUDY ON HO CHI MINH CITY. The most prestige supermarkets in Vietnam those have financial strength, wide distribution systems and the number of customers fairly "enormous", which must include: Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam, BigC, and especially, BigC, are trying to develop and expand private brand in order to progress into the market. Most of private...
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  • The Success of the Viet Minh - 2668 Words
    Like many other parts of Asia and Africa, Indochina also fell under the control of a European power in the 1800s. By the year 1893, France had established its power over all of Indochina. Over the next century, French imperialists abused the principles of "freedom, equality and fraternity", violated the integrity of land and oppressed the people of Indochina. During this century of French oppression and corruption, Vietnamese nationalism against the French surged and became more intense. The...
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  • "Uncle Ho": From Peasant to President
    To many people, Ho Chi Minh was not only a great leader, but also a father figure in the eyes of the Vietnamese. He was a man who was born a peasant, but died an icon and hero. Ho Chi Minh's perseverance helped make him a key figure in the history of Vietnam. He remains a fascinating figure in history. Ho's supporters called and referred to him as "Uncle Ho". He was respected because he was humble and smart. Ho Chi Minh worked hard throughout his life to achieve his goals despite many...
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  • living in city - 586 Words
    University of Social Sciences and Humanities Faculty of English Linguistics and Literature Class: 12TH3 Name: Lương Kiết Trinh ID: 1237011040 Date: Sep 8th 2014 Writing Assignment Topic: Do you prefer living in the city or in the country . Why or why not? Outline Introduction Hook: nowadays, more and more people from country trend to move to cities for studying and working. Background information: Comparing to countries, there are more job opportunities and entertainment centers for...
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  • catfish - 387 Words
    Author Andrew Pham, has lived in the United States since escaping from Vietnam as a child in the 1970s. In the US he experiences the isolation of being a refugee from a country with which the US has such a complicated and painful relationship. Returning to Vietnam he is isolated once more, labelled a Viet-Kieu, a foreign Vietnamese. This is a very honest exploration of what it means to return to a country of your roots but where you no longer fit in. Pham struggles to reconcile his own...
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  • Ambition - 1340 Words
    Students always want to get in a good school. When they make it, they keep going to achieve better result at school. A business man can make 100 bucks today but by tomorrow he would like to earn 1000 bucks. I am sure that many of us are wonder why Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet can be the billionaire. So what is all of that about? What is the component that makes people want to do better, be successful? We are talking about ambition. And now I am going to show you how do ambition affect...
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  • Hist 415 Week 1 Homework
    HIST 415 Week 1 Topic 1 Visiting Historians in Far Away Lands Introduction Why is history important? It is both necessary and helpful to the study the context of prior history because it reveals who we are in relation to other people, cultures, and countries. History influences the way people can process information viewed from other races, and cultures, and even speak, “The old saying is, if we don’t know where we came from then we don’t know where we are going.” By studying history we...
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  • Introduce myself - 352 Words
    INTRODUCE MYSELF My name is Thao. I’m 19 years old. I’m from Dalat City, but now, I’m live in Ho Chi Minh City. I’m studying in Finance – Marketing university. My major is International Business Administration. I like surfing the internet ,watching movies, listening to music, going out with my friends and traveling around the worlds. Surfing the internet is what I mostly do whenever I have free time. I often visit vnexpress.com, kenh14.vn,… to read hot daily news. I also often visit...
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    CLASSIFY TYPES OF FRIENDS In lifetime, each of us has various relationships that link us with the society. In some of those with whom we acquaitance we call them friends. Also, we ever stop to classify friends in many types. For me, I classify friends on how I know them and how they know me. Therefore, in my life, there are three types of friends: general friends, social friends and best friends. The general friends, the first type of friends, mean certain people we meet even...
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  • Coffee - 431 Words
    I.History Trung nguyên is the most famous coffee brand in Vietnam. It was created in 1996 by Mr.Đặng Lê Nguyên Vũ. During student life in medical school of Tây Nguyên, Mr.Đặng had a question about coffee farmers’ life. Although the price of a cup of coffee wasn’t cheap, but why, farmers were still poor. This question encouraged him to find the answers. He and his company suffered from many accidents, but they kept on trying. Those experiences brought them a good background for opening more...
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  • Vinamilk Field Trip - 1300 Words
    Ho Chi Minh International University School of Business Administration Ho Chi Minh International University School of Business Administration REPORT on FIELDTRIP Group: Name Student’s ID Nguyễn Khánh An Trần Quang Ngân BAIU08057 Trần Minh Thành BAIU08069 Huỳnh Ngọc Thanh Trúc BAIU08078 Nguyễn Huỳnh Quốc Nhựt Report on Fieldtrip BAIU08214 BAIU08103 Page 1 Ho Chi Minh International University School of Business Administration QUESTION OF...
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  • Parent and Family Background Have More Influence Than Teacher of a Young Person's Learning and Academic Achievement. Discuss.
    Parent and family background have more influence than teacher of a young person's learning and academic achievement. Discuss. Whether parents and family background have more influence than teacher of a young person's learning and academic remains controversial. Some might claim that this condition is conducive to better future of the youth while others think that more learning and academic encourage the young learner to have the future as they wish. I partly agree with the former idea for...
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  • Traffic - 297 Words
    Viet Nam is a developing country. We have to face with many problems; one of which is traffic. Accident transport and the congestion of traffic are becoming serious day by day Traffic accidents in Vietnam have been increasing at the alarming growth rate in the recent years. In 2008, there are more than 10.000 dead. The number dead from traffic accidents is much more than the number dead of cancer. The main reason is poor awareness of traffic participants such as driving after drinking wine, not...
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  • My Childhood - 337 Words
    In every person’s life , there are many important times. One of them is childhood . Some people may argue that childhood is the happiest time in a person’s life, other think that it isn’t so. But for me , I had the happiest memories as well as the saddest memories in childhood. When I was a child , the world seemed to be a place of a joy and happiness to me. There was nothing worth worrying about because my parents always looked after me .Also , I lived with the full of my grandmother’s love .I...
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  • Da Lat - My Favorite City!
    Da Lat is a city which I know and want to introduce for everybody. It is a familiar place that almost visitors often choose when they have chance to go to a vacation. At Da Lat, you can see a lot of beautiful landscapes, buy a lot of fresh food or good souvenirs and enjoy fantastic weather. First of all, about landscapes, Da Lat has a lot of beautiful views and all of them are symbols or special places of it. For example, Than Tho Lake, Xuan Huong Lake, Romantic Valley, Cam Ly Waterfall…. When...
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  • Whats One Thing You Are Most Proud Of
    What's one thing you are most proud of? “You can get what you want or you just get old” I don’t know where I get this quote but it’s haunting me You know what you really want and please notice passion won’t stay forever My dream is only traveling, to anywhere new to see my beautiful country with my limited years You will think I’m a dreamer, and yes I’m a dreamer When I was a kid, my family has a big picture of Uncle Ho. I’m so proud of this I told myself one day I will come to Hanoi capital to...
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  • Vietnam Economy After Embargo
    VIETNAM MARKET AFTER EMBARGO When the last United States forces left South Vietnam on March 29, 1973 in over-stuffed helicopters and crowded aircraft carriers, it was to be the closing of book whose chapters lasted through four presidencies. When North Vietnam successfully invaded South Vietnam and captured Saigon on April 30, 1975, an embargo originally placed on the north by the United States was extended onto the entire, newly-named Republic of Vietnam. That embargo, ordered by President...
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  • Cv Sample - 319 Words
    Ernst & Young Vietnam Saigon Riverside Office Center 8th Floor, 2A-4A Ton Duc Thang District 1, Ho Chi Minh City Le Hoang Yen 327 Lanh Binh Thang, district11 (08) 39.628.886 - 0907.740.664 lehoangyen2708@gmail.com Dear Sirs and Madams; Re: Application for Ernst & Young’s Recruitment Program 2011. I am very pleased to know...
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  • Unexpectable - 5498 Words
    AT WAR’S END: AN ELEGY by Rony V. Diaz ©2002 by Copper Sturgeon 1. THE DINNER PARTY THE evening before he killed himself, Virgilio Serrano gave a dinner party. He invited five guests—friends and classmates in university— myself included. Since we lived on campus in barracks built by the U.S. Army, he sent his Packard to fetch us. Virgilio lived alone in a pre-war chalet that belonged to his family. Four servants and a driver waited on him hand and foot. The chalet, partly damaged,...
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  • My Hometown - 645 Words
    The Vietnamese proverb ‘dat lanh chim dau’, which means ‘wherever there is good soil, there are flocks of birds coming to settle down”, shows that people tend to move to a place in which they can live and make money in a fairly easy way. Ho Chi Minh City is one of the biggest cities in the south of Vietnam, which provides people with a great number of various jobs; therefore, people from many different parts of the country keep on moving to this city, hoping to find out their ‘paradise’. For...
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  • Why Do Students Often Drop Out of College?
    STUDENTS DROPPING OUT OF COLLEGE As we know that, the Vietnamese society has changed so much for the past decade, which causes some positive effects as well as negative issues in the education system. Some research has shown that the rate of students dropping out of college has been increased remarkably recently. There are some possible reasons causing this issue, which will be discussed in form of objective and subjective point-of-view in the following part. First and foremost, from the...
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  • Yakult - 270 Words
    Yakult was established in Japan in 1930. Their core product is Yakult Probiotics fermented milk which was proved to help people’s health and wellness, as well asnice complexion and a slim form. Yakult entered Vietnam in 2006 (Yakult Vietnam) and they have just made their sales since June 2008. Up to now, the business operations do not live up to expectation due to their incompetent marketing and promotional activities. As a consequence, this report was composed to analyzeYakult Vietnam’s...
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  • which is the best country in the world
    Ho Chi Minh City: The Best City in The World Han Thi Ngoc Le (130305009) ESL 400: English as a Second Language Professor Jonathan Fu Silicon Valley University September 30th, 2013 There are many wonderful cities in the world. Each city has its own beauty that is felt in different ways according to each person’s perspective. Having chances to visit many places in different countries, Ho Chi Minh City is the best city in the world because of its political stability, reasonable cost of...
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  • Transportation In HCMC - 266 Words
    Reasons why HCMC’s public transport should be improved. Like other cities in rapidly industrializing Vietnam, fast-growing Ho Chi Minh City should improve its public transport system in terms of both quantity and quality. According to a report from HCMC Department of Transport, its population holds 8% of the country’s one but the number of motorbikes holds 15% of the total of the country. Reducing private vehicle by improving public transport is very necessary for reducing many server problems...
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  • Student - 1043 Words
    1. Can you tell me about your work, your hobbies and interests and say what you hope to do. I am vu, 24 years old. I have never done a job before I graduated. After I finished university I have worked for a book shop that celling books, magazines and souvenir. Global economic crisis has affected Vietnam’s work market so it is hard to look for a well paid in this time therefore I really like saling, I decided to work at that shop. Beside this, I have attended a small English class since I...
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  • Freedom Movements in India - 525 Words
    Discuss the freedom movements in India, Vietnam, and South Africa India, Vietnam, and South Africa, all gained independence through freedom movements headed by their ambitious leaders. Mohandas Gandhi, India’s freedom leader believed Satyagraha would help India to achieve its freedom. Satyagrapha was based upon the principles of nonviolence, civil disobedience, and the belief that the truth will set you free. Mohandas Gandhi, leader of the Indian National Congress wanted Swaraj, independence,...
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  • Intel's Largest Assembly and Test Plant: A Business Analysis
    Team: Calvin, Jorge, Sylvia, Stefan, Robert, Roy, Yamini Intel: Company BACKGROUND In 2005, Intel was the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world, supplying about 80% of CPUs and accounting for 90% of its profits. GOAL Intel plans to build its largest Assembly and Test Plant to date (2005) to expand its global presence, decrease costs and increase profits . Intel: Criteria to Select Plant Site CONDITIONS  Market Location  Raw Material Location  Labour Costs PESTE ANALYSIS CAGE...
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  • First Days at University - 530 Words
    It is hard to believe that I am studying at the most prominent university to the South of Viet Nam – Ho Chi Minh Foreign Trade University. Just having a short time here but I have had many memories that never can I forget them. It is on August 27th, 2012 that I first went to my university. The impression of the first day completely made my heart miss a beat. I surprised because my university is not as large as I had expected. My university is a small block which is combined with two wings. One...
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  • Coopmart Vission & Mission - 402 Words
    VISION: With its wholehearted service and continuous desire to grow, Coopmart affirms its position as the leading supermarket brand in VN and expansion to different areas of the country with the purpose of bringing the best benefits to all the people and community. MISSION: Coopmart is attached to and cares for its customer with full understanding and complete dedication. Coopmart always try its best to improve itself in order to bring satisfaction and realistic values and benefits to all...
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  • ESSAY 3 - 761 Words
    Compare and Contrast on OBA ESL 6A Yu Sin Yan 30th March, 2015 His Life , His Life My Uncle, Hai Long and Haileab, struggled with two different countries. Haileab was born in Seraye and Hai Long was born in Vietnam; they both immigrated to the US as refugees. Haileab was the best doctor in Sudan and Hai Long was a brilliant student in Vietnam, as well as a talented person. What were the differences in their lives after they became refugees in the US? ...
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  • He Is Stupid - 278 Words
    HO DUC TRI 23 CHAN HUNG, 6 WARD, TAN BINH DISTRICT, HO CHI MINH CITY Mobile: +841689993508 Email: hoductri112@gmail.com Dear Application for the Position of Assistant Accountant. In reply to your advertisement in the website, I am pleased to enclose my Curriculum Vitae to apply for the Assistant Accountant position of your office in Ho Chi Minh city. As you will see from my enclosed Curriculum Vitae,my name is Tri and I graduated from Banking University Ho Chi Minh City. My major is...
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  • Causes of the War 1954-63 South Vietnam
    Explain the causes of the conflict in South Vietnam between 1954 and 1963. The conflict in South Vietnam in the 1950s and early ‘60s was the result of a series of political, economic and social factors, all centering around the difficulties of the Diem regime. Perhaps the biggest problem faced by the government of Ngo Dinh Diem was its lack of political legitimacy. The regime was seen by many as a puppet of the United States, depending as it did on US advice, money and armaments. By...
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  • Studying Vietnam and Prior History
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