Friendship | 23:12 | 28/06/2022
In 1968, American medical student Mark Rapoport went to Vietnam as a conscientious objector to the American War. Now, as a resident of Hanoi, the retired doctor discussed with the Vietnam Times about his antiwar stance, his experience in the war, and his compassion for the Vietnamese people.
Friendship | 15:02 | 28/06/2022
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.
Expats in Vietnam | 06:45 | 27/06/2022
Despite a hostile history, modern Vietnam continues to welcome American tourism and business. Of those returning, many of them are representatives of the US veteran community or military personnel who come to Vietnam to reflect on these atrocities and heal the wounds of war.
Focus | 00:06 | 27/06/2022
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.
Expats in Vietnam | 00:01 | 24/06/2022
As one of the first US veterans to come back to Vietnam to reconcile the bilateral relations, Chuck Searcy was impressed with the Vietnamese people's positive attitude towards those who were once their enemies.
During the event, many important issues will be discussed, and constructive suggestions and solutions will be provided to promote more effective people-to-people diplomacy operations.
19:28 | 07/07/2022