Where the Wind Leads

Du Hua
Yesterday at 12:19pm • Edited
How interesting, how similar story of the Boat People except that I was on my own!

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Michael Seide Du Hua, The boat people pictures and stories are very moving. I have a heavy heart, for those people and children that suffered on their escapes to freedom. One will never really know the feelings unless one would experience the pain & suffering. One can imagine but nothing replaces experience! All one can do is pray to the Creator and be thankful for what has been bestowed upon one’s self.

Du Hua Thank you my brother!

Tung Thai Du my brother, you call our boat people and the selling off VNCH by Henry Kissinger and the lies and the not keeping promises between head of states interesting and worth posting for our offspring to learn from our mistakes again one more time. The first time the US people cheated us, it is true that their politicians are liars. This time if we let them cheat us again and again, then it is indeed we choose to be ignorant for the rest of our old but not wise life.

Clyde Lewandowski there are many of us who offered up our lives for your freedom, and many who continue to do all we can for the Vietnamese people.

Tung Thai Thanks Clyde and we are praying for those who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom.

Let’s not forget those US and ARVN veterans who are now treated as a burden for the US and the Vietnamese governments.

Huy hiệu Lục quân Việt Nam Cộng hòa.png
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The Army of the Republic of Viet Nam (ARVN; Vietnamese: Lục quân Việt Nam Cộng hòa), also known as the South Vietnamese Army (SVA), were the ground forces of the Republic of Vietnam Military Forces, the armed forces of South Vietnam, which existed from 1955 until the Fall of Saigon in 1975.
Fleeing communist persecution in 1979 Vietnam, 4-year-old Vinh Chung was one of the ethnically Chinese “boat people” set adrift and facing almost-certain dea…
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