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Roman Catholic Wooden Church: A Kon Tum Landmark

Kon Tum is an unassuming but historically significant place in the inland region of Central Highlands Vietnam because of its beautiful Roman Catholic wooden church which makes it a growing tourist destination through time.   Kon Tum is the capital town of the same name province in Vietnam. Its history is one of successive battles […]

The Last Elephant Keeper

Chu Mo Commune in La Pa District in the Central Highlands Province of Gia Lai was known for breeding elephants. But recently, only one man in the whole region has remained true to the duty.   Ksor Cham lives in Plei Pa Kdranh Village. Perhaps like everyone else in the place, he belongs to a […]

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Discovering The Rustic Beauty of Thung Nai

Located at and a commune of Cao Phong District, Hoa Binh Province, Thung Nai earned its name because of the multitude of deers which come to the valley. Although the place has been removed from the tourist map, many visitors still frequent the area, especially adventure enthusiasts who love the outdoors. Situated about 25 kilometers […]

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Hieu Van Le: The Rise to Power

Hieu Van Le, a former Vietnam refugee, is now South Australia’s governor.   But this distinction didn’t come easy. In fact, Mr. Le had to endure discrimination and other anti-immigrant experiences when he first arrived in Australia 36 years ago. But through sheer hardwork and determination, he achieved his long-time dream “to live in a […]