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List Of Commonwealth Records In Finswimming - Long Course Metres - Men
50 m 0017.72 Lam Zhi Loong 2003 Ho Chi Minh City 100 m 0042.70 Lam Zhi Loong 2003 Ho Chi Minh City 200 m 0137.44 Matt Saunders 2000 Palma de Majorca ...
Can Tho Bridge - Collapse - Rescue Efforts
... In addition, Chợ Rẫy Hospital in Hồ Chí Minh City sent two professional rescue teams to the site ... Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam sent its resources located in Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore and Bangkok to Cần Thơ ... The International SOS Alarm Centre and Clinic in Ho Chi Minh City sent a first response team of three doctors, a nurse, an interpreter and operations manager ...
Thanh Tùng
... of Vietnam in 1975, he returned to Sài Gòn, now Hồ Chí Minh City, and contributed to the establishment of Ho Chi Minh City Television's orchestra ... He works now for Hồ Chí Minh City Association of Musicians ... He opened a restaurant called The Twins in July 1998 in Ho Chi Minh City ...
Dong Hoi - Tourism
... The Da Nhay and Ly Hoa beaches (60 km north of the city) are popular tourist destinations ... The city is situated 50 km south of the World Heritage Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park which is ideal for cave and grotto exploration and biological research activities (mainly Phong Nha Cave ... ng Hới is accessible by road (National Highway 1A, Hồ Chí Minh Highway), by rail at Đồng Hới Railway Station on the Hà Nội-Hồ Chí Minh City Railway, or by air from Hà N ...
Technical Training University Of Ho Chi Minh City - History
... Ho Minh City Technical Training University was established on the basis of Technical Training Division, which was founded on 5 October 1962 in Saigon ... In 1991, Technical Training University V was merged into Ho Chi Minh City Technical University ... There is another name, Ho chi Minh city University of Technical Education ...

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