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Specialists of the Third Indochina War will be grateful to Xiaoming Zhang for shedding new light and information on the Chinese side, in particular on the military aspects of the confrontation and how this shaped relations at the local level along the Sino-Vietnamese border.
With over 230 million people in one of the world's fastest growing and most dynamic regions, Indochina is a tremendously exciting market for Havas and its clients.
During the central dinner scene in which she hosts several distinguished guests including the general governor of Indochina, Thi-Linh holds forth on French colonial literature.
Com will continue to build on its success, to provide best experience while traveling in Vietnam and Indochina.
7) They obtained the right to connect Indochina to Yunnan by rail in 1898 after China's 1895 defeat against Japan.
On 19 June 1940, days before the signing of the armistice in Europe which put an end to the hostilities between France and Germany, Japan demanded that French Indochina close its border with China to ensure that no supplies reached Chiang Kai Shek's army.
Ho's ighters--the Viet Minh, a nationalist and communist movement--operated from Hanoi in the north of the country and were resisting French attempts to re-establish control over Indochina after the end of Japanese occupation in 1945, part of a wider strategy of restoring the French empire in Southeast Asia and elsewhere.
PK), a company focused on energy and natural resources, announced on Monday that it has formed Indochina Energy Ltd, a Nevada corporation, as a special purpose holding company for the development of power plant projects in Vietnam.
Once French men began to colonize Indochina, the word con gai took on darker meanings.
Travel Indochina, a US-based travel company that operates tours to Asia, has announced its new river cruises.
The consistently high GDP growth rate in the Indochina region has and will continue to require significant investment in the power sector," it said.
Pierre Brocheux and Daniel Hemery, Vietnam specialists at the University of Paris, embarked on this study of the French Empire in Southeast Asia as a corrective to works by Western and Vietnamese historians that have, in the authors' opinion, suffered from a dichotomous approach that viewed French Indochina externally through the lens of "benign imperialism" or internally through that of a "nationalist struggle.