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Vintage photographs of Indochina War on display
An exhibit of iconic photographs from the wars in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos opened at the Selegie Arts Center in Singapore on March 22, an installation that brings together photos from both sides of ...

Sending a distress signal to restaurateur
Does anyone know where the Indochina Seafood and Satay Bar restaurant went? That was the best place to eat in Federal Way and now that it’s gone, my taste buds are suffering! I know several others who ...

Essential California: In Little Saigon, this newspaper has been giving a community a voice for 40 years
The articles brought news of people driven from Indochina by decades of war, and as he read them, his hands began to ink in accent marks over the words that needed them, so that their emotions burst ...

In deep in Indochina: Cambodia's remarkable new hideaway resorts revealed
In some distant bar, in a steamy corner of Indochina, I once met a man who had spent a lifetime trawling through Asia. He was a Graham Greene character, dishevelled, weary, wrestling with his soul ...

Vietnam's last public letter writer, 'a witness of Saigon'
Duong Van Ngo is the only remaining public writer and still pens letters from the grand 19th century Saigon Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City, built when Vietnam was still a part of French ...

Bangkok Airways takes codeshare, FC routes to strengthen Indochina market position
Linking up secondary destinations and opening access to more beaches in South-east Asia remain focal points for Bangkok Airways as it seeks to entrench its Indochina market position, revealed ...

A new genus and two new species of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) from western Indochina
Scatter plot from principal component analysis (PCA) based on Fourier coefficients of the shell shape of Trapezoideus foliaceus and five Yaukthwa species. The color lines show 95% confidence ellipses. ...

Could Vietnam Have Avoided the 1979 War With China?
According to this theory, the loss of French Indochina to the communists would create a “domino effect” across Southeast Asia, meaning Burma, Thailand, and Indonesia would also fall into ...

Gold In Our Veins: Mark Lewis Lim Higgins
Gold in Our Veins tells the story of a re-imagined antiquity through a series of portraits inspired by the ancient histories of Indochina, the East Indies, and the Philippine Archipelago. Together ...

This Day in History
There are 293 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On March 13, 1954, the Battle of Dien Bien Phu began during the First Indochina War as Viet Minh forces attacked French troops, who ...

Dentsu Acquires Redder in Vietnam – Hung Vo Tapped to Lead Rebranded ‘Dentsu Redder’
MORE: Interview – Sanjay Bhasin – CEO Indochina at Dentsu Aegis Network | “Vietnam remains one of the most promising markets in the Asia Pacific region,” said Sanjay Bhasin, CEO of Dentsu Aegis ...

Sen. Birch Bayh, author of Title IX law, dies at age 91
Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., at news conference, Tuesday, April 1, 1975 at Washington accuses President Ford and other officials of misrepresentation in trying to blame Congress for the military reverses ...