The area Long Bình, Quận 9, originally occupied by the Long Binh post is as of 2008 largely given over to industrial use and a shopping complex that includes a large Western-style Cora supermarket. When it opens in 2014, Line 1 of the HCMC Metro will have its terminus at Long Binh; work commenced in February 2008 on the Long Binh depot.
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Famous quotes containing the words day and/or present:
“Now all day long the man who is not dead
Hastens the dark with inattentive eyes,
The woman with white hand and erect head
Stares at the covers, leans for the sons replies
At last to her importunate womanhood....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“Death, the most dreaded of all evils, is therefore of no concern to us; for while we exist death is not present, and when death is present we no longer exist.”
—Epicurus (c. 341271 B.C.)