Editor's note: Dr. Terry F. Buss is a fellow of the U.S. National Academy of Public Administration. He wrote this article exclusively forTuoi Tre News to discuss why the pervasiveness of news media bias matters to Americans. Editor's note: Dr. Terry F. Buss is a fellow of the U.S. National Academy of Public Administration. He wrote this article exclusively forTuoi Tre News to discuss why the pervasiveness of news media bias matters to Americans. This is the last story of a two-party series. Read the first story here. BLM and extremist groups Many of the murders of police are directly or indirectly tied in some ways to extremist groups. BLM appeared to be a motivating factor in some of the recent police deaths. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, Sheriff David Clarke, a frequent commentator on Fox News who is black, called BLM “purveyors of a hateful, violent ideology.” He notes that the New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today have not published editorials about … [Read more...] about Why U.S. news media bias matters
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JF Garage Concert 10: Concert Feat. Fantasia Wind Quintet Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam 27 Quang Trung, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam proudly presents its tenth act of the JF Garage Concert - a concert by Fantasia Wind Quintet in Hanoi on Saturday 30 July 2016. Fantasia Wind Quintet was founded in 2006, all members are teachers of Vietnam National Academy of Music and artists from the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra. The members had studied in the Vietnam National Academy of Music and in many prestigious music academies worldwide, such as: The Danish Royal Academy of Music in Denmark; University of North Texas; Hong Kong Academy for Music and Performing Arts; Frederic Chopin Conservatoire in Paris, France; Vienna University for Music and Performing Arts, Austria; Temple University - Philadelphia, USA as well as Malmo Music School in Sweden. Fantasia Wind Quintet has performed in many concerts & … [Read more...] about WHAT’S ON JULY 15-30 (DAILY UPDATE)
Quang Nam, RoK’s Gwangyang city ink cooperation deal Chairman of the People’s Committee of central Quang Nam province Dinh Van Thu and Mayor of Gwangyang city of the Republic of Korea Jeong Hyun Bok signed an agreement on bilateral cooperation on June 10. The two sides agreed to expand economic, investment, trade exchanges, share experience in managing and developing economic zones, and boost cooperation in seaport logistic services, tourism, and health care. The signing took place at a meeting between Quang Nam’s leaders and representatives from foreign localities and partners which have developed friendship with the province and accompanied it during the development process. It was part of the activities of the sixth Quang Nam Heritage Festival 2017. Thu affirmed that Quang Nam is keen to further international cooperation with foreign localities and partners. After 20 years, Quang Nam has been … [Read more...] about Social News 12/6
VietNamNet Bridge - The 3G data service fees in Vietnam are surprisingly low partly due to competition between network operators, which have been lowering the selling prices. Reports by international institutions all show that the 3G service fee in Vietnam is equal to 44.3-46.1 percent of the average level in the world, and 44.6 - 47.8 percent of developing countries. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently reported that the 3G service fee in Vietnam is the cheapest in the world. It also said Vietnam is one of the fastest growing markets of Facebook. The newspaper, while noting that Vietnam has more internet users than any other country in South East Asia and Vietnamese government officials also like Facebook, pointed out that in Vietnam, clients have to pay VND60,000, or $3 per gigabyte they use. Analysts say the Vietnamese telecom market has certain advantages which allow mobile network operators to set 3G service fees at low levels. Stiff competition exists among service … [Read more...] about Why are 3G service fees in Vietnam cheap?
OAKLAND, California, Oct 25, 2011 (AFP) - Police fired tear gas and sound grenades to disperse hundreds of anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland, near San Francisco, late Tuesday night, an AFP photographer said. Columns of white smoke filled the streets and sound grenades echoed off the buildings as the demonstrators scattered before riot police, who had earlier arrested scores of protesters and had repeatedly warned them to disperse. At least one protester fell to the ground, bleeding from the head and unconscious, after being struck by a tear gas canister. He was later dragged off by fellow protesters, the photographer said. The protesters later regrouped and started hurling eggs at the riot police, who responded by firing paint-balls at them. Riot police had arrested 85 people early Tuesday morning as they cleared the Occupy Oakland tent encampment from a square in front of City Hall, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. A police spokeswoman had earlier confirmed the … [Read more...] about Police fire tear gas at US anti-Wall Street protest