. Released July 19, 1993. Featured Jack Kevorkian, Al Sharpton, NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association), The Kids of Widney High, Boyd Rice, Suzanne Muldowney, 100 suicides (including Colleen Applegate, Diane Arbus, Linda Marie Ault, Craig Badiali & Joan Fox, Thomas Barker (Thomas Barker (US)), Raymond Belknap & James Vance (Judas Priest#Subliminal message trial), The Bergenfield Four, William Lee Bergstrom, Anilia Bhundia, Felix Bourg, Thomas Lynn Bradford, M. Jay Briggs, Buddhist (Buddhism) Monks in Vietnam, Dan Burros, Chris Chubbuck, William Corcoran, Inocencia Rosa Cortes, Dennis (Dennis Crosby) & Lindsay Crosby, Ian Curtis, Carl Czerny, Jeffrey Davis, Jeanine Deckers, The "Deer Hunter (The Deer Hunter)" suicides, Giuseppe Dolce, The "Dungeons and Dragons" suicides, R. Budd Dwyer, Sergei Esenin, Donald C. Forrester, the "Gloomy Sunday" suicides, James Green, Charles Haefner, William Gordan Hall, Ernest Hemingway, Ann Hemmingway, Andrew L. Hermann, Dr. Albert Herschman, Adolf Hitler, Abbie Hoffman, Danny Holley, Derek Humphry's wives, the Ingersoll (Robert G. Ingersoll) suicides, Jack the Bum, Joe, the Boy with Elastic Skin, Roop Kanwar, Doug Kenny, Thomas Kenny, the Kevorkian (Jack Kevorkian) suicides, Mike Keys, David Koresh & Friends (Branch Davidian), Veronique Le Guen, Diane Linkletter, Mattrew Lovat, Paul Lozano, Tina Mancini, Donald Manes, Masada, Rich (Rich Masters) & Jamie Masters, Leanita McClain, Albert Medrano, the Mount Mihara suicides, Karl Miller, Yukio Mishima, Marilyn Monroe, Donnie Moore, Lillie Norwalk, the Old Believers, Frank R. Olson, Gerald Olson, the "Ozzy Osbourne" suicides, John Parks, Peregrinus (Peregrinus Proteus), Scott Phillips, Sylvia Plath, Freddie Prinze, George Reeves, Rufus Ripley, Edgar Rosenberg, Gregg Sanders, Sappho, William Sexton, Del Shannon, Stephan Simon, Mitch Snyder, Stockbroker (Stock broker)s during the Great Depression, Charles Stuart (Charles Stuart (murderer)), Harry Swart, Jacques Vaché, Vincent Van Gogh (Vincent van Gogh), Vatel (François Vatel), Popo Walker, Doodles Weaver, John Webster, George C. Wheeler, Dan White, Dennis Robert Widdison, Mary Woodson, Wrzesinaski, John B. Young, and Zeno (Zeno of Citium)), guns, Andrei Chikatilo, pedophilia in Steven Spielberg's work, Mexican (Mexico) deformity comics, paintings and drawings by murderers (Kenneth Bianchi, Mark David Chapman, Gary Heidnik, Henry Lee Lucas, Ottis Toole, Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy, and Richard Ramirez), and a suicide hotline. '''Thích Quảng Đức''' ( Commons:Category:Vietnam
religious items (shops selling religious items are staffed by laypersons, not by monks) or ask people for donations. Instead, donations are to be placed in temple donation boxes. It is entirely up to an individual to decide whether or not he she wishes to donate, and how much he she wishes to donates. "Monks" who approach tourists for donations are imposters. Traffic thumb Traffic in Vietnam cities is notoriously daunting. (File:Tráfico en Ciudad Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, 2013-08-14, DD 02.JPG) thumb Sơn La province landscapes. (File:Sơn La Province.JPG) The first discovery for many tourists who just arrive in Vietnam is that they need to learn how to cross a road all over again. You may see a tourist standing on the road for 5 minutes without knowing how to cross it. Traffic in Vietnam can be a nightmare. Back home, you may never witness the moment of crash, seeing injured victims lying on the road, or hearing a BANG sound. Staying in Vietnam for more than a month, you will have fair chance of experiencing all these. Roads are packed. Some intersections in main cities such ad Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City have traffic lights patrolled by police, most are either non-functional or ignored. To cross the road, don't try to avoid the motorbikes, let them avoid you. Step a little forward, a little more, and you will see motorcycle drivers to slow down a bit, or go to another way. Make your pace and path predictable to other drivers, don't change your speed or direction suddenly, and move forward until you arrive at your destination. The simplest way, if available, is to follow a local, stand next to them in the opposite side of the traffic (if you get hit, he will get it first) and he will give you the best chance of crossing a road. If you are injured, don't expect that local people are willing to help for even calling an ambulance because it is not free. Make sure you tell local clearly that you will pay the ambulance fee. Hospitals will also not admit you until you prove that you can pay the bill. Highways are also risky with an average of 30 deaths a day and some locals will not even venture on them if not in a big vehicle (car or bus). Taking a bicycle or motorbike on highways is an adventure for risk takers, but definitely not for a family with children. Nightlife * Petty crime in nightclubs is not unknown. Don't escalate an incident: avoid quarrelling with local people as drunks can be violent. * Clubs are full of working girls trolling for clients. They may also be looking for wallets and mobile phones. * Walking very late alone on the streets in the tourist area is safe, but you avoid unfamiliar women engaging you in conversation. They may try to touch you, sweet talk you, and then pick your pocket. * Don't ask taxi drivers to recommend nightspots. Most taxi drivers earn commissions from bars and lounges to bring in foreign tourists. When you walk one of these places, they will quote reasonable prices. But when you received the tab, it may include extravagant charges. Do your homework beforehand and tell the taxi drivers where you want to go, and insist on going to where you want to go despite their remonstrations. Most nightspots are reputable. Going to those with a mostly foreign clientele is a good practice. Wildlife Little wildlife remains, let alone anything dangerous to humans. Venomous snakes, such as cobras, may still be common in rural areas, but virtually everything else has either become extinct or exists in such small numbers that the chances of even seeing one are remote. Tigers may exist in very small numbers in remote areas, but this is unconfirmed. Stay healthy Tropical diseases such as malaria, dengue fever and Japanese encephalitis are endemic in rural Vietnam. Malaria isn't as much a concern in the bigger cities such as Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, but always remember to take mosquito liquid repellent with you. It may be very useful, especially in the countryside and crowded neighbourhoods. Thanks to much improved hygiene in recent years, cooked food sold by street vendors and restaurants, including blended ice drinks, are mostly safe. Use common sense and follow the tips under the Traveller's diarrhea article and you'll most likely be fine. Respect Commons:Category:Vietnam
her father. After this, a video played, showing highlights from Kerry's life, including his birth in Colorado, his childhood in New England, the travels with his diplomat father to post-World War II Germany, and his service in Vietnam's Mekong Delta, interspersed with clips of Kerry speaking and narrated voice overs. After the video's conclusion, former U.S. Senator Max Cleland delivered a speech proclaiming that the global conflict and active wars in War in Afghanistan
the Pressler Amendment, However the arms exports ban remained. '''Terry Kirkman''', (born December 12, 1939) in Salina (Salina, Kansas), Kansas, U.S. (United States), is a musician and writer of the hit songs "Cherish (Cherish (The Association song))", "Everything That Touches You", and "Six Man Band". He left the band Men in 1962 to become a founding member and sometime leader of the musical group The Association.<
of the Navy. In a fight where both men were down, Weaver was outpointed. History ''Soldier of Fortune'' magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, a Green Beret (United States Army Special Forces) who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. ''Robert K. Brown'', Biography, National Rifle Association After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing
tuoitrenews lifestyle trinh-cong-son-s-love-songs-hit-hue-palace-1.26165 title Trinh Cong Son’s love songs hit Hue palace publisher Tuoi Tre date 2011-03-30 . He was also a noted poet and a painter (Painting). *'''Hakhi (哈给 Hagei, ''ha53 kei33'', Green Gelao)''': west-central Guizhou, western Guangxi, southeastern Yunnan, northern Vietnam - including Yangliu (杨柳) variety in Renhuai County; '''southwestern''' Gelao of Sanchong (三冲) and Qinglong (青龙). Hagei
) Vietnamese music. Many of Trinh's songs are love songs. Others are anti-war songs, written during and about the Vietnam War; some of them were censored by the southern Republic of Vietnam and later by the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Many performing
The platoon is sent to "Tigerland" - a forested training area designed as the best possible replica of Vietnam. During an exercise, Bozz' squad acts as villagers in a mock Vietnamese village, with one squad member designated as a "VC (Viet Cong) sympathizer", and competes with another squad charged with rooting the sympathizer out. This other squad is led by Wilson, who was not kicked out of the army after all. As the exercise ends with Bozz's squad "winning," Wilson
at Swinburne TAFE in 1980. '''Đặng Hữu Phúc''' (born 1953) is a Vietnamese pianist and composer best known for his film scores. He won the ''Best Music'' prize in 2005 at the 8th Shanghai International Film Festival for his work on Ho Quang Minh's film ''A Far Time Past'' (''Thời xa vắng''). A graduate of the Hanoi Conservatory (College or university school of music), he has penned over 60 works, primarily for film and theatre. * ''F. n
'''Vietnam''' ( Its capital city has been Hanoi since the reunification of North (North Vietnam) and South Vietnam in 1976.
Vietnam was part of Imperial China for over a millennium, from 111 BC to 938 AD. The Vietnamese became independent from Imperial China (Imperial Chinese) in AD 938, following the Vietnamese victory in the Battle of Bạch Đằng River (Battle of Bạch Đằng River (938)). Successive Vietnamese royal dynasties (List of Vietnamese monarchs) flourished as the nation expanded geographically and politically into Southeast Asia, until the Indochina Peninsula was colonized by the French (French Indochina) in the mid-19th century. Following a Japanese occupation (Japanese invasion of French Indochina) in the 1940s, the Vietnamese fought French rule in the First Indochina War, eventually expelling the French in 1954. Thereafter, Vietnam was divided politically into two rival states, North and South Vietnam. Conflict between the two sides intensified, with heavy intervention from the United States, in what is known as the Vietnam War. The war ended with a North Vietnamese victory in 1975.
Vietnam was then unified under a communist (Communism) government but remained impoverished and politically isolated. In 1986, the government initiated a series of economic and political reforms (Doi Moi) which began Vietnam's path towards integration into the world economy. Its successful economic reforms resulted in its joining the World Trade Organization in 2007.
However, regardless of the advancements that have been made in recent years, the country still experiences high levels of income inequality, disparities in access to healthcare, and a lack of gender equality.