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In Brief: HQ for overseas Vietnamese opens

In Brief: HQ for overseas Vietnamese opens

The Vietnamese

consulate general opened the new headquarters of the Overseas

Vietnamese Association in Sihanoukville on Friday, according to

Vietnamese state media. To coincide with the new office, the Committee

for Overseas Vietnamese inaugurated a new US$86,000 Vietnamese primary

school. The school, which already has 50 students, purchased its

supplies through a 20 million dong donation (US$1,120) from the

Vietnamese province of Kien Giang, Vietnamese state media reported.

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