Book on movement against war in Vietnam debuted Society

Book on movement against war in Vietnam debuted

A book entitled “Waging peace in Vietnam” that reflects the mass objection against the war by the US in Vietnam between 1968 and 1972 made its first public appearance in Ho Chi Minh City on September 20.
Vietnam, US foster people-to-people friendship Society

Vietnam, US foster people-to-people friendship

Secretary-General of the Vietnam-USA Society (VUS) Bui Van Nghi hosted a reception in Hanoi on November 23 for a delegation from the American Veterans Union (AVU), who are on a working trip to Vietnam.
American veterans visit Vietnam Society

American veterans visit Vietnam

Secretary-General of the Vietnam-USA Society (VUS) Bui Van Nghi has met with a delegation of American veterans and their relatives who are in Vietnam.
VUFO official receives US delegation Politics

VUFO official receives US delegation

Vice President and Secretary General of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) Don Tuan Phong received a US congressional staff delegation led by Alex Harrison Herrgott of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in Hanoi on April 10.
Health

Soldier’s Heart Initiative helps heal wounds

Back home from the war in Vietnam, many US veterans had to turn to therapy to heal the wounds of their souls. The images of the war still haunt their daily lives. It is a mental illness called “Vietnam syndrome”. An organisation named “Soldier’s Heart Initiative” was established to help American war veterans relieve their pains. Report by Voice of Vietnam.
Society

Soldier’s Heart Initiative helps heal wounds

Back home from the war in Vietnam, many US veterans had to turn to therapy to heal the wounds of their souls. The images of the war still haunt their daily lives. It is a mental illness called “Vietnam syndrome”. An organisation named “Soldier’s Heart Initiative” was established to help American war veterans relieve their pains. Report by Voice of Vietnam.
Society

“Memorial Day” evokes post-war torments and pain

American war veteran Brian Delate, who is also an actor and author of the play “Memorial Day”, said the play has many details from his real life and stories he has been told by other American soldiers about their pain and torment. The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) accompanied Delate to a meeting with the play’s Vietnamese audience.
US House of Representatives to hold AO hearing Society

US House of Representatives to hold AO hearing

A hearing on Agent Orange (AO) in Vietnam will be held in Washington D.C. on July 15 by the US House of Representatives to examine how to meet the needs of Vietnam’s AO victims who have been exposed to the toxic dioxin contained in the Agent Orange used by the US during the Vietnam War.
Society

US war photo book debuts

Vietnam News Agency photojournalist Chu Chi Thanh has published a photographic account of the US War, with introductions and footnotes in English and Vietnamese.