The Vietnam Record History(sejarah rekaman Musik Vietnam)

 

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SHOWCASE :

The Vietnam Music record History(Sejarah rekaman Musik Vietnam  ),

Frame One :

The Vietnam Music Record Found In Indonesia

1.  Before WWII

2.After WW II

1) Dr iwan Collections

Dihavian 45 record,distribution by Xunhasaba, Hanoi Vietnam

Plate Mono One :

Singer : Thuong Huyen Piano : Hoan Manh

side 1.Lulbaby

side 2: U cay Dau, and because the wind take it off

Plate Two :

composer  Nguyen Nhung,sing by Girl’s  Vocal group of Vietnamese People ‘s Army assamble

side one the folk song The Nice bamboo Leave

 soloist sopran Khan Van

side two: the iron Buffalo(Tran Chuong) and   (Van KY) the song of hope

2) from google exploration

(1)Music Review – Music Anthology: Next Stop Is Vietnam: The War On Record

 

The Gold-Plated Soundtrack of a War and an Era…

…Next Stop Is Vietnam: The War on Record, 1961-2008, 14 CD anthology
and 304-page companion book, by Hugo Keesing, with forward by Country Joe
McDonald, Bear Family Records, 2010.

THE LONGEST AMERICAN war of the 20th century inflamed the most divisive period in the nation’s entire history outside the Civil War. It is sometimes hard to recall the true depths of the chasm caused by the Vietnam War and how the nation was transformed under its influence. However, a new and unparalleled collection of the music of that era will clear out the cobwebs of those who lived through it, and for those who didn’t it will be a real eye opener. The epic anthology, …Next Stop Is Vietnam, through its 300-plus tracks of some of the most popular and most obscure music directly related to Vietnam, along with key news reports and speeches, takes listeners on the long journey of the war, from its flag-waving beginnings through its flag-burning opposition and on to its harsh aftermath and into sober reflections, regrets and healing.

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The heavily illustrated accompanying book—sort of liner notes on steroids—adds context and depth to the individual tracks, artists and to the era itself. In his forward, Country Joe McDonald concludes: “You will laugh. You will cry. But you will never quite be the same after you experience this box set of collective work.” That is true.

Hugo Keesing’s love for collecting music began long before he spent some time teaching GIs in Vietnam and writing his doctoral dissertation on the impact of rock ‘n’ roll on youth and then teaching a course called Popular Music in American Society at the University of Maryland. Years in the making, Next Stop Is Vietnam is no simple compilation of Keesing’s favorites from the era, but rather a careful distillation of a refined “Vietnam Discography” of some 4,000 Vietnam War–related songs.

“The challenge,” Keesing writes, “was to decide what to include and what would have to be left out,” all the while keeping a balance of pro-war, antiwar and neutral songs. The CDs are organized both chronologically and thematically, starting with “Mister, Where Is Vietnam?” (Disc 1), to “Hell No, We Won’t Go” and “Love It or Leave It” (Discs 4 and 5).

Music by artists who composed and performed their songs while serving in-country, and post-war veteran and commercial music, is also included. Discs 12 and 13 are veteran-only, offering perspectives on the war and its aftereffects, including PTSD and Agent Orange, culled from the collection of Country Joe McDonald (yes, he of the “I Feel Like I’m Fixin’-to-Die Rag” and “gimme an F” fame), who has long been a strong supporter of veterans. A 14th disc is a nifty compilation of the lyrics of each track in the anthology.

Among the best-known recording artists on the anthology: Hoyt Axton, Joan Baez, Pat Boone, Ernest Tubb, John Lennon, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Jimmy Cliff,  Connie Francis, Merle Haggard, John Lee Hooker, Chris Noel, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, Peter Paul and Mary, John Prine, Steppenwolf, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Barry Sadler, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Pete Seeger, Hank Snow, Hank Williams Jr., Melanie, Dylan, Donovan, Springsteen, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Animals, Doors, Kingston Trio and Statler Brothers.

While the anthology includes most of what would be expected in the popular music vein, licensing or other issues have left some obvious gaps. For example, an extended section of the protest disc revolves around the Kent State shootings with three tunes directly related to the event. Neil Young’s “Ohio,” however, an iconic anti-war anthem, was not among them.

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One Response to “Music Review – Music Anthology: Next Stop Is Vietnam: The War On Record”

I read review in my issue of VN. I’m pleased the review was positive. It is a great box set on a differcult subject. That said, we did have a war that many in our country gave it all for. It is only right that music was a part of that war. It gave many a piece of home when there. Those growing up in 50′s and 60′s loved their music. The set was produced tastefully and gave the veterans of that war something to be proud of–to be recognized. Something that wasn’t done for many when returning from a differcult part of their lives. Some lives that where ultered for ever. God Bless the veterans and those today who endure the battle–for us to be free

 (2)Vietnamese Music and LP

 

 

 to look the story in the black box,please use ctlr c and you will seen the word.

Vietnamese music is one of the most interesting and varied of the Southeast Asian (Indochinese) region. There are examples of remarkable percussion and odd timings, eerie ritual chants like throat-singing, and stringed instruments resembling the samisen or koto.LPs of Vietnamese music are extremely scarce, at least in the U.S., no doubt because of war throughout the period in which more recordings would have been made. France may be the best Vietnamese music is one of the most interesting and varied of the Southeast Asian (Indochinese) region. There are examples of remarkable percussion and odd timings, eerie ritual chants like throat-singing, and stringed instruments resembling the samisen or koto.LPs of Vietnamese music are extremely scarce, at least in the U.S., no doubt because of war throughout the period in which more recordings would have been made. France may be the best source.

 

Rating  
6 [rec. Stephen Addiss:] Music from North & South Vietnam–Sung Poetry of the North, Theatre Music of the South; Folkways FE-4219; 1971
9 Tran Quang Hai & Hoang Mong Thuy: Music of Vietnam; ALBATROS–Italy (Lyrichord LLST-7337; great mouth harp & spoons)
7 Tran Quang Hai & Bach Yen: Vietnamese Dan Tranh Music; Lyrichord LLST-7375
7 [Frank Klos, editor] Vietnam: Dilemma for Christians; Impact CSM-640 (spoken w/music; Lutheran Church Press LCA School of Religion Series; excerpts Folkways FE-4352)
8 The Vietnamese National Song & Dance Ensemble: Songs & Dances of Vietnam; Monitor MFS-731
8 Unesco Collection Musical Sources: South Vietnam Entertainment Music; Philips 6586-028; 1975 (Art Music of the Far East, vol. VIII-2)
8 Unesco Collection–A Musical Anthology of the Orient: Viet-Nam 1; UNESCO Collection Musical Sources; Baren Reiter BM-30-L-2022
8 Various: Musiques du Viet-Nam; Disques BAM LD-434 (France)
8 Various: Music of Vietnam; Folk 

Rating  
6 [rec. Stephen Addiss:] Music from North & South Vietnam–Sung Poetry of the North, Theatre Music of the South; Folkways FE-4219; 1971
9 Tran Quang Hai & Hoang Mong Thuy: Music of Vietnam; ALBATROS–Italy (Lyrichord LLST-7337; great mouth harp & spoons)
7 Tran Quang Hai & Bach Yen: Vietnamese Dan Tranh Music; Lyrichord LLST-7375
7 [Frank Klos, editor] Vietnam: Dilemma for Christians; Impact CSM-640 (spoken w/music; Lutheran Church Press LCA School of Religion Series; excerpts Folkways FE-4352)
8 The Vietnamese National Song & Dance Ensemble: Songs & Dances of Vietnam; Monitor MFS-731
8 Unesco Collection Musical Sources: South Vietnam Entertainment Music; Philips 6586-028; 1975 (Art Music of the Far East, vol. VIII-2)
8 Unesco Collection–A Musical Anthology of the Orient: Viet-Nam 1; UNESCO Collection Musical Sources; Baren Reiter BM-30-L-2022
8 Various: Musiques du Viet-Nam; Disques BAM LD-434 (France)
8 Various: Music of Vietnam; Folkways FE-4352; 1965
  Various: Songs

ways FE-4352; 1965

  Various: Songs

 

 

 

 

Frame Two :

The Recent record(google Expl.)

Vietnam -the anthem ,Ora CD record

 

onra

in 2006, french-vietnamese dj-producer onra returned to the homeland of his grandparents in saigon, and returned not only with a bit of heritage, but also a crateful of old chinese and vietnamese vinyl records. the cuts from these findings formed the album he called chinoiseries, a delightful deconstruction of the oriental sounds from the perspective of a dj formerly disconnected from his past, but now piecing it together through his own hybridized worldview. the album was released at the start of the year, but i’d only stumbled upon it last week; since then, though, it’s been gaining much airtime on my stereo, especially one of the early standouts, “the anthem”. armed with a chinese big-band sound, the rousing violins (how often can they be described thus?) match perfectly the repeated Chinese lyrical couplet (i can’t quite make out the first half, but the second refers to the fantastical mentality of pearls!). such a gem, this one.

mp3: onra – the anthem

Music Frome Vietnam










Music from Vietnam Vol.1-5 – Caprice Records

Vol.1 – CAP 21406, recorded and released 1991
Vol.2 – The City of Hue – CAP 21463, recorded 1994, CD released 1995
Vol.3 – Ethnic Minorities – CAP 21479, recorded 1994, CD released 1995
Vol.4 – The Artistry of Kim Sinh, guitar – CAP 21673, recorded 2001, CD released 2003
Vol.5 – Minorities from Central Highland & Coast – CAP 21674, rec. 2001, CD released 2003

Frame Three : The Vietnam Music Record History

Music of Vietnam

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Traditional Vietnamese music is highly diverse and syncretistic, combining native and foreign influences. Throughout its history, Vietnam has been heavily impacted by the Chinese musical tradition, as an integral part, along with Korea, Mongolia and Japan.[1] The ancient Indochinese kingdom of Champa also had an historical effect upon this music, because the Vietnamese court found it intriguing. However, even with these foreign influences, Vietnam has a unique musical tradition stemming from its native roots.

 
   
 

Vietnam Folk Song – Folk artisans – a treasure of Vietnams culture

 
 
Artisans play an important role in preserving national cultural value. Without them, cultural values would not be protected and no one would be able to pass them down through generations.The industrialisation and modernisation process creates an impetus to develop Vietnam culture. However, this raises a problem in relations between tradition and modernity. Therefore, its time to pay more attention to folk artisans who are possessing a great value of traditional culture.In Vietnam, intangible culture is an overwhelming part of the national culture heritage. Vietnams intangible culture is folk culture which is created by and belongs to the community. They are quan ho (love duet singing), classical opera, and of ceramic, silk weaving, and painting handicrafts.

These valuable intangible culture has been passed through generations by artisans who have contributed to preserving and enriching the communitys cultural identity.

UNESCO has made a proposal to honour them with title of Living Human Treasures while the Vietnamese people often call them artisans. Artisans play an important role in preserving national cultural value.

In Vietnam, the role of folk culture is even more important because among 54 other nationalities, only the Kinh people have a kind of academic culture while the 53 ethnic minority groups only have folk culture.

Vietnamese intangible heritage was created in the past, mainly prior to the August Revolution. Therefore, those artisans who possess the heritage are at least 70 years of age. During the countrys 30 years in war, they did not have a chance to practice or carry out activities to promote the culture. In the peace time, industrialisation and modernisation, the globalisation and urbanisation sometimes make people ignore the folk culture.

Therefore, in order to build a Vietnamese advanced culture imbued with national identity, its in a great need of seeking effective measures to help folk artisans to continue practising and popularising cultural treasures they are possessing.

To reach the goal, its now time to collect all intangible culture treasures while honouring folk artisans.

To realise this, recently the Vietnam Folk Literature and Art Association has called for 1,000 its members and 2,000 others nationwide to try to collect and preserve all intangible heritage treasures of Vietnams minorities as being set out in its Vision 2020. They also set up regulations to honour the title Folk Artisan as recognition of theirs efforts to preserve the national cultural value.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Contents

 

Imperial court music

Nhã nhạc is the most popular form of imperial court music, specifically referring to the court music played from the Trần Dynasty to the very last Nguyễn Dynasty of Vietnam, being synthesized and most highly developed by the Nguyễn emperors. It is based on earlier Vietnamese imperial court music, its primary influences coming from Ming Dynasty‘s imperial court and later the music of Champa. Along with nhã nhạc, the imperial court of Vietnam in the 19th century also had many royal dances which still exist to this day. The theme of most of these dances is to wish the kings longevity and the country wealth.

 Folk music

Vietnamese folk music is extremely diverse and includes dân ca, quan họ, hát chầu văn, ca trù, , and hát xẩm, among other forms.

 Quan họ

Quan họ (alternate singing) is popular in Hà Bắc (divided into nowadays Bắc Ninh and Bắc Giang Provinces) and across Vietnam; numerous variations exist, especially in the Northern provinces. Sung acappella, quan họ is improvised and is used in courtship rituals.

 Hát chầu văn

Hát chầu văn or hát văn is a spiritual form of music used to invoke spirits during ceremonies. It is highly rhythmic and trance-oriented. Before 1986, the Vietnamese government repressed hát chầu văn and other forms of religious expression. It has since been revived by musicians like Phạm Văn Tỵ.

 Nhạc dân tộc cải biên

Nhạc dân tộc cải biên is a modern form of Vietnamese folk music which arose in the 1950s after the founding of the Hanoi Conservatory of Music in 1956. This development involved writing traditional music using Western musical notation, while Western elements of harmony and instrumentation were added. Nhạc dân tộc cải biên is often criticized by purists for its watered-down approach to traditional sounds.

Ca trù

Ca trù (also hát ả đào) is a popular folk music which is said to have begun with Ả Đào, a female singer who charmed the enemy with her voice. Most singers remain female, and the genre has been revived since the Communist government loosened its repression in the 1980s, when it was associated with prostitution.

Ca trù, which itself has many forms, is thought to have originated in the imperial palace, eventually moving predominantly into performances at communal houses for scholars and other members of the elite (this is the type of Ca trù most widely known). It can be referred to as a geisha-type of entertainment where women, trained in music and poetry, entertained rich and powerful men.

“Hò” can be thought of as the southern style of Quan họ. It is improvisational and is typically sung as dialogue between a man and woman. Common themes include love, courtship, the countryside, etc. “Hò” is popular in Cần Thơ – Vietnam.

Ritual music

1940s -1980s

The Vietnam War, the consequent Fall of Saigon, and the plight of Vietnamese refugees gave rise to a collection of musical pieces that have become “classical” anthems for Vietnamese people both in Vietnam and abroad. Notable writers include Pham Duy and Trinh Cong Son. Singers include Khanh Ly and Le Thu.

 Modern music

In Vietnam, there is no official music chart across the country or digital sale.

Pop music

The embrace of Modern Pop music has increased as each new generation of people in Vietnam become more exposed to and influenced by westernized music along with CJK‘s fashion style. Musical production has improved and expanded over the years as visiting performers and organizers from other countries have helped to stimulate the Vietnamese entertainment industry. Such performances include international stages like the Asia Music Festival in South Korea where popular Vietnamese singers such as My Tam, Ho Ngoc Ha, Lam Truong, and others have performed along with other singers from different Asian countries. During the recent years such as 2006 and beyond, Vietnamese pop music has tremendously improved from years past. With the help of the Internet and sites such as Zing, Vietnamese music has been able to reach to audiences nationally and also overseas. There are many famous underground artists such as Andree Right Hand, Big Daddy, Shadow P (all featured in a popular song called De Anh Duoc Yeu) and countless others who have risen to fame through the Internet. In addition, there are also other singers that have gone mainstream such as M4U, Ho Ngoc Ha, Bao Thy, Wanbi Tuan, Tu Quynh, Radio Band, etc. There are also amateur singers whose songs have been hits in Vietnam such as Thuy Chi. These singers tend to view singing as a hobby, therefore not being labeled as a mainstream artist. Overall, the quality of recording and the style of music videos in Vietnam has improved a lot compared to the past years due to many private productions and also overseas Vietnamese coming back to produce a combination of Western and Vietnamese music.

Viet pop

(Vietnam 2009 R&B Pop) Ho Ngoc Ha – “Xin Hay Thu Tha (My Apology)”

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Vietnamese Pop- It’s Luv

Starts off Slow but gets catchy after the intro By Rainie Thao Vy

 

 Vietnamese  Music  Song  Rainie  Thao  Vy  Girl  Viet  Asian  Pop 

Funny Vietnamese pimp boy

Funny kid dancing surrounded by older women who can’t dance!

Jordi  viet  Music  video  funny 

Minh Hang – Mot Vong Trai Dat

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Vietnamese Pop Music – Cold

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Vietnamese Pop Music – Awakening

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 VIETNAMESE  RAP  POP  HIP  HOP  R&B  RAGGAE  DANCE  TRANCE  TECHNO  MUSIC  BRITNEY  SPEARS  RIHANNA  LADY  GAGA  BEYONCE  NUMA  TAEYANG  KILLAH  X4  BAND  365  BAO  THY  LK  EMILY  CLICK  BOOM  V4MEN  MTV  BI  RAIN  WONDER  GIRL  BIG  TOES  ANDREE  RIGHT  HAND  BACKSTREET  DAFT  PUNK  HO  CHI  MINH  CITY  SAIGON  SAI  GON  HA  NOI  HANOI  HAI  PHONG  HAIPHONG  HALONG  LONG  VNDIGITAL  V13TN4M  VINASOCIAL  MR  YANBI  DUC  TRUC  DUY  KHONG  TU  QUYNH  TONNY  BUI  VIET  JAYTEE  JUSTATEE 

Vietnamese Pop Music – I Am Crazy For You

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VIETNAMESE  RAP  POP  HIP  HOP  R&B  RAGGAE  DANCE  TRANCE  TECHNO  MUSIC  BRITNEY  SPEARS  RIHANNA  LADY  GAGA  BEYONCE  NUMA  TAEYANG  KILLAH  X4  BAND  365  BAO  THY  LK  EMILY  CLICK  BOOM  V4MEN  MTV  BI  RAIN  WONDER  GIRL  BIG  TOES  ANDREE  RIGHT  HAND  BACKSTREET  DAFT  PUNK  HO  CHI  MINH  CITY  SAIGON  SAI  GON  HA  NOI  HANOI  HAI  PHONG  HAIPHONG  HALONG  LONG  VNDIGITAL  V13TN4M  VINASOCIAL  MR  YANBI  DUC  TRUC  DUY  KHONG  TU  QUYNH  TONNY  BUI  VIET  JAYTEE  JUSTATEE 

Vietnamese Pop R&B Music – Sad R&B

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VIETNAMESE  RAP  POP  HIP  HOP  R&B  RAGGAE  DANCE  TRANCE  TECHNO  MUSIC  BRITNEY  SPEARS  RIHANNA  LADY  GAGA  BEYONCE  NUMA  TAEYANG  KILLAH  X4  BAND  365  BAO  THY  LK  EMILY  CLICK  BOOM  V4MEN  MTV  BI  RAIN  WONDER  GIRL  BIG  TOES  ANDREE  RIGHT  HAND  BACKSTREET  DAFT  PUNK  HO  CHI  MINH  CITY  SAIGON  SAI  GON  HA  NOI  HANOI  HAI  PHONG  HAIPHONG  HALONG  LONG  VNDIGITAL  V13TN4M  VINASOCIAL  MR  YANBI  DUC  TRUC  DUY  KHONG  TU  QUYNH  TONNY  BUI  VIET  JAYTEE  JUSTATEE 

Vietnamese Pop Music – Right Now

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 VIETNAMESE  RAP  POP  HIP  HOP  R&B  RAGGAE  DANCE  TRANCE  TECHNO  MUSIC  BRITNEY  SPEARS  RIHANNA  LADY  GAGA  BEYONCE  NUMA  TAEYANG  KILLAH  X4  BAND  365  BAO  THY  LK  EMILY  CLICK  BOOM  V4MEN  MTV  BI  RAIN  WONDER  GIRL  BIG  TOES  ANDREE  RIGHT  HAND  BACKSTREET  DAFT  PUNK  HO  CHI  MINH  CITY  SAIGON  SAI  GON  HA  NOI  HANOI  HAI  PHONG  HAIPHONG  HALONG  LONG  VNDIGITAL  V13TN4M  VINASOCIAL  MR  YANBI  DUC  TRUC  DUY  KHONG  TU  QUYNH  TONNY  BUI  VIET  JAYTEE  JUSTATEE 

Vietnamese Pop R&B Music – Will Be Better

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Chay Theo Co Be Yeu

my twin nieces singing Vietnamese Pop song

xbangu

Luu  Chi  Vy  Chay  Theo  Co  Be  Yeu  Viet  Nam  Twin  cute  vietnamese  khmer  krom 

Vietnamese Pop Music – Homeland Viet Nam

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: VIETNAMESE  RAP  POP  HIP  HOP  R&B  RAGGAE  DANCE  TRANCE  TECHNO  MUSIC  BRITNEY  SPEARS  RIHANNA  LADY  GAGA  BEYONCE  NUMA  TAEYANG  KILLAH  X4  BAND  365  BAO  THY  LK  EMILY  CLICK  BOOM  V4MEN  MTV  BI  RAIN  WONDER  GIRL  BIG  TOES  ANDREE  RIGHT  HAND  BACKSTREET  DAFT  PUNK  HO  CHI  MINH  CITY  SAIGON  SAI  GON  HA  NOI  HANOI  HAI  PHONG  HAIPHONG  HALONG  LONG  VNDIGITAL  V13TN4M  VINASOCIAL  MR  YANBI  DUC  TRUC  DUY  KHONG  TU  QUYNH  TONNY  BUI  VIET  JAYTEE  JUSTATEE 

Brenda Le, Vietnamese Jazz/Pop Singer, Em oi Ha Noi Pho

Brenda Le -Vietnamese Jazz/pop Singer -Em oi Ha Noi Pho-similar artist Khanh Ly – Celine Dion- Toni Braxton- Trinh Cong Son….

Brenda Le  Jazz  Pop Singer  Vietnamese  Em oi Ha Noi Pho  Khanh Ly  Celine Dion  Toni Braxton  Trinh Cong Son 

Ðàm Vĩnh Hưng & Bài học LÝ TỐNG

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V-pop Artist _Vietnamese Singers Part 2

Hope you like the video – these are some V-pop singers/artists I try my best looking for Vietnamese singers and these are 28 artists that I know mostly for V-pop Part 1 has 14 artists and Part 2 has also 14 artists Please Do NOT Take this Video and take it as your own video. I made this video for…

Bảo Thy – Ký Ức Của Mưa [Viet-Pop MV 2010]

♦ Bảo Thy ♦ Ký Ức Của Mưa [Viet-Pop MV 2010]

Memories of Love / Hoi Am Ngay Xua – My Tam (English Sub)

Composed by: Nguyen Hong Thuan Performed by: My Tam Video clip: Song Da Tan / To the Beat Live Show DVD

Noo Phuoc Thinh: Ky Uc lyrics

Lyrics to “Ky Uc” sung by Noo Phuoc Thinh. Great dance song. (Sorry in advance for slow lyrics!)

 

 Rock and heavy metal

no info

 Traditional musical instruments

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4 responses to “The Vietnam Record History(sejarah rekaman Musik Vietnam)

  1. Outstanding work! It\\\’s the sort of advice that ought to be provided through the net. Appreciate it!

  2. Yes! Finally something about yeu viet nam.

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