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Duy Hoang

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Duy Hoang is a democracy activist and occasional writer based in Washington DC. He plans to take a bike ride one day through a free Vietnam.

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20 February 2011

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Vietnam: Self-immolation to protest corruption

A Vietnamese engineer named Pham Thanh Son apparently set himself afire to protest the confiscation of his family’s property by local authorities. Pictures of the tragedy were posted online.

3 February 2011

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Vietnam: Bringing Facebook back

By filtering access to Facebook, it appears the Vietnamese government has confirmed the law of unintended consequences: Tens of thousands of Vietnamese have gathered in public squares online to demonstrate...

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