Interview with To Nam: We Do Not Forget the Past but We Cooperate for Better Future

Interview with To Nam: We Do Not Forget the Past but We Cooperate for Better Future

To Nam, a Vietnamese veteran and President of Da Nang Association of Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin shares his thoughts about the contribution of US veterans to Agent Orange victims and the Vietnamese people's attitude towards their former foes who now come back to reconcile.
Interview with Matthew Keenan: I Want to Go to Vietnam, That is Where it Happened

Interview with Matthew Keenan: I Want to Go to Vietnam, That is Where it Happened

Matthew Keenan was sent to Vietnam to serve in US army bases in 1971. Years later, he moved to Da Nang to help people, especially children, affected by Agent Orange. He founded Global Talk, an initiative to help young Vietnamese learn English.
Vietnamese American Yearns to Find Her Birth Mother

Vietnamese American Yearns to Find Her Birth Mother

A daughter born by Vietnamese mother and American father longs to find her relative.
‘The War Is Over’: American Veteran First Meets His Vietnamese Daughter After 50 Years

‘The War Is Over’: American Veteran First Meets His Vietnamese Daughter After 50 Years

On July 30, American veteran Harold Setser finally came face-to-face with the daughter he was forced to leave behind in Vietnam in 1971.
US veterans raise fund to help locals in Quang Tri

US veterans raise fund to help locals in Quang Tri

US veterans gave bicycles to children affected by floods and funded new kitchen and bathrooms at the Quang Tri province's Blind Center.
Flood relief supplies from US friends handed over to Quang Ngai people

Flood relief supplies from US friends handed over to Quang Ngai people

As many as 50 families of survivors of Explosive Ordnance accidents and Agent Orange of Quang Ngai Province welcomed flood relief supplies provided by the Quang Ngai Red Cross and Project RENEW's representatives in a handover ceremony that took place in Tinh Khe Commune, Son Tinh District – the location of the infamous My Lai massacre in 1968.
Former US Defense Secretary shared memories of Vietnam throughout his life

Former US Defense Secretary shared memories of Vietnam throughout his life

45 years after the war and 25 years of normalizing the Vietnam-US relationship, former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and former US Secretary of State John Kerry shared their memories about Vietnam.
US soldier’s lost letter from Vietnam finds its way home 52 years later

US soldier’s lost letter from Vietnam finds its way home 52 years later

A five-page letter from a soldier to his sister landed in the mailbox of North Vernon, Indiana’s Janice Tucker last week. The envelope was postmarked May 10, 2020, but the words written inside were from Vietnam in 1968.    
U.S Veterans for Peace hails Vietnam’s success in containing the COVID-19

U.S Veterans for Peace hails Vietnam’s success in containing the COVID-19

During an online meeting on May 6, the US’s Veterans for Peace (VFP) congratulated Vietnam for the country’s success in containing the COVID-19 pandemic as well as its 45th anniversary of Reunification Day.    
US veteran: Vietnam is ‘the most beautiful, peaceful place in the world’

US veteran: Vietnam is ‘the most beautiful, peaceful place in the world’

Forty-five years after the fall of Saigon, U.S. veterans are returning to Vietnam to find peace — and to atone for the damage they left behind.    
US veteran sends 504 roses to commemorate 504 civilians from Son My, Quang Ngai

US veteran sends 504 roses to commemorate 504 civilians from Son My, Quang Ngai

Due to health problems and the COVID-19 pandemic, the 77-year-old US veteran Billy Kelly sent 504 roses to commemorate 504 Son My people (Quang Ngai) who were killed on March 16, 1968.    
US veteran finds healthy way of life volunteering in Vietnam

US veteran finds healthy way of life volunteering in Vietnam

In his retirement, 71-year-old Michael Gormalley enjoys living and volunteering in Vietnam for five or six months and then returning to his home in Florida for the remainder of the year.
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UN Adopts  “International Day of Women in Diplomacy” to Honour Female Leaders Friendship

UN Adopts “International Day of Women in Diplomacy” to Honour Female Leaders

The “International Day of Women in Diplomacy” is recently adopted by the United Nations (UN), which is to be celebrated every year on June 24. UN General Assembly Abdulla Shahid said that the resolution opened the door to discuss the challenges of women in diplomacy face, to celebrate women in diplomacy and to inspire the next generation.
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