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I have a rather unfair affection for the US: I love it more than any other countries in the world, at least nearly equal to Vietnam where I was born, France or the UK where I studied, lived, and gave birth to my children. It is to the point that my friend picking me at the Washington DC Dulles airport a few years ago was so surprised by my excitement arriving in the US, an excitement that should not be that much the case for someone having lived nearly half of his life abroad. May this sentiment be because as a child more than thirty years ago I found in my house myself in the middle of books covered with photos of the USAid handshakes backgrounded by the Stars and Stripes. Or later when I grew up, I visited the American cemetery in Normandy where tens of thousands of American died defending Europe and world freedom and liberty. It is with this love that I found the images of people storming the Capitol causing the death of 4 people with a deep sadness.  While I...See more

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    • Tran Thi Diem Chau  - "Weak people revenge Strong people forgive Intelligent people ignore" ~Albert Einstein---> who give you power not to revenge? 17:01 06/01/2021
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Bihar the Land Of BuddhaBihar the Land Of Buddha There is mention of Vedas, Puranas, epics etc. in Bihar, and was the main scene of activities of Buddha, and 24 Jain Tirthankaras. The great ruler of the state before the Christian era was Bimbisara, Udayin, who founded the town of Pataliputra. Chandragupta Maurya and Emperor Ashoka and Maurya Dynasty, Sunga and Kanvas. This was followed by the arrival of the Kushan rulers by Chandragupta Vikramaditya of the Gupta dynasty. In the medieval Muslim rulers built roads in the region. The first conqueror of Bihar was Mohammed-bin-Bakhtiar Khalji. The Tughlaqs and then the Mughals followed the Khajjis. One of the main states of the Indian Union, Bihar is bounded by Nepal within the north, West Bengal within the east, Uttar Pradesh within the west and Jharkhand in the south. Most of the travel destinations are Rajgir, Nalanda, Vaishali, Pavapuri (where Lord Mahavira breathed his last and attained nirvana),...See more

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Uttarakhand  is The Beautiful Place   Toliday Trip Surrounded by the glorious Himalayas and surrounded by Nepal and Tibet, Uttarakhand is a state of India which is full of unexplored natural grandeur. Broadly divided into two regions; 'Garhwal' in the north and 'Kumaon' in the south, Uttarakhand is home to many Hindu legends. It has been believed to have been the abode of humans since prehistoric times, the number of holy places of this vast region has given it the name of 'Devbhoomi', which has been translated into Hindi as 'Devbhoomi'. So, you can guess what Uttarakhand is really famous for? Uttarakhand is designed for the Himalayas, sacred rivers, spiritual centers and vast landscapes. Uttarakhand is also famous for adventure sports, which has a fascinating history recorded among a wide variety of flora and fauna, ancient stones and the most fascinating. Uttarakhand is a place where you would like...See more

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heart of Beauty is taste,
The creation of heart is Art


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Ngồi buồn mà trách ông xanh, Khi vui muốn khóc, buồn tênh lại cười. Kiếp sau xin chớ làm người, Làm cây thông đứng giữa trời mà reo. Giữa trời, vách đá cheo leo Ai mà chịu rét thời trèo với thông. Bỗng dưng lại nghĩ đến bài thơ "Vịnh cây thông" của cụ Uy Viễn tướng công Nguyễn Công Trứ. Có ý kiến cho rằng tâm trạng của cụ Nguyễn Công Trứ trong bài thơ này là tâm trạng chán nản, bất lực. Tôi không nghĩ vậy. Cụ Uy Viễn tướng công là con người của hành động với không ít thăng trầm nhưng vẫn luôn thể hiện bản lĩnh, khí phách của bậc chính nhân quân tử với nhiều việc làm và chiến công hiển hách. Thậm chí đến đời vua Tự Đức thứ 11 (năm 1858), khi thực dân Pháp tấn công Đà Nẵng, dù đã 80 tuổi nhưng ông vẫn xin vua cho đi đánh giặc....See more

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