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Phu Rieng was one of many French rubber plantations in colonial Vietnam; Tran Tu Binh was one of 17,606 laborers brought to work there in 1927, and his memoir is a straightforward, emotionally searing account of how one Vietnamese youth became involved in revolutionary politics. The connection between this early experience and later activities of the author becomes clear as we learn that Tran Tu Binh survived imprisonment on Con Son island to help engineer the general uprising in Hanoi in 1945.

The Red Earth is the first of dozens of such works by veterans of the 1924–45 struggle in Vietnam to be published in English translation. It is important reading for all those interested in the many-faceted history of modern Vietnam and of communism in the non-Western world.

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David Tran knew he wanted to mature a physician when he was just 7 years old, when he went to a doctor with an ear infection. “The way the doctor treated me and was actually able to heal me made me see that medicine is pretty cool,” the biological sciences major from Greenwood, South Carolina says. But like assorted first-generation college students, Tran and his family were worried about paying for college. “Without financial aid, I would’ve had to take classes for a semester and profits breaks to go work and it would’ve taken a lot longer,” he says. That’s where Gamecock Guarantee came in. The Gamecock Guarantee is a need-based pecuniary award that promises to cover participants’ tuition and technology fees for four years. The program aims to occasion college degrees more accessible to academically talented students from South Carolina by reducing their need to borrow medium of exchange for college. Eligible students receive at least $4,500, and the award will increase if the students’ costs aren’t covered by other grants and exhibition awards. Recipients of the Gamecock Guarantee often participate in the Opportunity Scholars Program , a federally funded program for low-takings, first-generation students to help them acclimate to college life. “I do feel very grateful to receive the Gamecock Obligation award because it created a way for me to pay for my education,” says Tran. With the Gamecock Guarantee eliminating the struggle to pay for college, Tran has thrived as an undergraduate. In the done he has served as a mentor for the Opportunity Scholars Program and as a member of the program’s planning committee and a peer leader for University 101 students. “I would say my experiences here at USC have exceedingly inspired me to pursue these other things outside just practicing medicine because I was able to foster my passion for teaching and leading other people and managing organizations,” he said. He recommends all students use their years in college to learn about more than just their majors. “I exceedingly didn’t know what I was going to do in college and how many people I would be impacting, so I would say to any first-generation college students to just review the opportunities out there for you during. Source:

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    David Tran knew he wanted to grace a physician when he was just 7 years old, when he went to a doctor with an ear infection. “The way the doctor treated me and was actually able to heal me made me earn that medicine is pretty cool,” the biological


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  • David's Yellow Cake

    baking powder, butter, flour, egg yolks, milk, salt, vanilla extract, sugar


  • Prophecy SHOTS

    Xulon Press. 2016. ISBN: 1498484425,9781498484428. 240 pages.

    David Tran was a prepubescent man serving his country of Vietnam as part of the Army of the Republic of Viet Nam. He was married to Anna and they were awaiting the birth of their first child. Yet their plans for the time to come were suddenly cut short when the North Vietnamese Army captured David and Anna on March 20, 1975, during the final days of the Vietnam War. Those heart-pounding moments of nab, and what transpired afterwards, are among the memorable aspects of David's newly published memoir, Warning Shots: Memoirs of a Sinner Saved by Enrich.Before the Vietnam War changed his life dramatically, David remembers the good times of his life growing up in Vietnam among his siblings and several family members. He dealt with some not joking health issues while growing up, but was determined to complete his education in order to get into college and become a doctor. Investing instead in a career in druggist's, his career plans were changed with the escalation of the Vietnam War in 1968, leading to David to join the Army of the Republic of Viet Nam (ARVN). He began to acclimate to military being and then met Anna, marrying her and beginning a family as he continued his army service. Yet nothing could prepare for being captured and placed in concentration camps by the North Vietnamese Army. Although Anna was shortly released after her capture, David remained a prisoner for three years after the end of the war. Soon after being reunited, David, Anna and their growing family fled their homeland by sailing-yacht to Malaysia and resettled in the United States, and David made the ultimate decision to receive Jesus Christ as his Savior and embrace the Christian loyalty. Looking back over his life, David sees that God had a hand over all his life and Warning Shots is a celebration of the life God spared and redeemed to new life.


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Fondée en 1957 sous le nom de 'Constance Brown', l'Agence Sybille Sasse est aujourd'hui la return ancienne agence de mannequins et de comédiens à Montréal.