Vietnamese billionaire donates $US5m to victims of hurricane Harvey

A Vietnamese billionaire who came to the US as a refugee has donated $US5 million to the victims of hurricane Harvey. The Daily Mail cited Hoang Kieu as saying the

UK anti-slavery tsar calls for tighter controls on nail bars

Britain’s anti-slavery tsar has called for tighter regulation of nail bars to tackle the exploitation of girls and women trafficked from Vietnam, and urged the public to help end the “vile

Phi and Me Productions Web Series Casting Call

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US immigration officials reverse decision to deny Vietnamese woman a visa to visit her dying daughter

United States immigration officials have reversed a decision after denying a Vietnamese woman temporary visa to visit her dying daughter in the state of San Jose. Nguyen Thi Hoa’s 33-year-old

A new documentary on Vietnam War, 10 years in the making

A new 10-part documentary series about the Vietnam war will air on the US television network PBS from mid September. Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick spent 10 years making

Vietnam attends TPP meeting in Australia

Trade ministers from around the world have gathered in Sydney this week negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership. 11 countries, including Vietnam, Japan, Australia and Singapore, are still committed to the trade

Vic Police appeal for public help following West Footscray death

Homicide Squad detectives are appealing for public information following the death of a man in West Footscray earlier this month. A 24-year-old Epping man was located injured on Ashley Street

Prague agrees to extradite one of Trinh Xuan Thanh’s alleged kidnappers

Czech authorities have agreed with Berlin to hand over the Vietnamese national who was one of a seven-man squad that allegedly kidnapped former Vietnamese oil tycoon Trinh Xuan Thanh last month.

Vietnamese sailor rescued from Philippine militants’ camp after nine months

Philippine troops have raided an Islamist militants’ camp on a remote southern island and rescued a Vietnamese sailor held captive for nine months, a navy spokeswoman said. More than 20 people, including

Melbourne: Fair go for migrants. Stop Dutton’s Citizenship Bill!

We ask you to join us in opposing the government’s new citizenship bill. Fair Go for Migrants Stop Dutton’s Citizenship Bill – Stop Dutton’s Citizenship Bill – Lift the freeze