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Vietnam Dollar v.s. Your Dollar: 21075 VND ($1 United States Dollar, USD), 20297.2109 VND ($1 Canadian Dollar, CAD), 28298.5426 VND ($1 Euro, EUR), 19148.42 VND ($1 Australian Dollar, AUD), 216.665 VND ($1 Japanese Yen, JPY), 33044.569 VND ($1 British Pound, GBP), 2717.8556 VND ($1 Hong Kong Dollar, HKD), 332.7019 VND ($1 Indian Rupee, INR), 481.2743 VND ($1 Philippine Peso, (PHP), 2076.7844 VND ($1 South African Rand, ZAR), 1620.9668 VND ($1 Mexican Peso, MXN), 3441.0972 VND ($1 Chinese Yuan, CNY), 21075 VND ($1 Cuban Peso, CUP), 18.8737 VND ($1 South Korean Won, KRW), 23.4167 VND ($1 North Korean Won, KPW), 16823.1103 VND ($1 New Zealand Dollar, NZD). Source: Yahoo Finance/Currency August 20, 2013 at noon.


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CNN (Cable News Network) is a U.S. cable news and broadcast U.S. and Canada. The language used when broadcasting is English. CNN is owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (Time Warner)
Headquarter: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Time Zone: Eastern Time

Where on the world CNN has/had the station?
Asia – Sydney of Australia, Seoul of South Korea, Tokyo of Japan, New Delhi of India, Bangkok of Thailand, Jakarta of Indonesia, Moscow of Russia, Hong Kong of Republic China, Beijing of China
London of United Kingdom,
Middle East – Dubai of United Arab Emirates, Baghdad of Iraq, Abu Dhabi of United Arab Emirates, Islamabad of Pakistan, Jerusalem of Israel, Tehran of Iran, Beirut of Lebanon
Europe – Madrid of Spain, Paris of France, Rome of Italy, Istanbul of Turkey, Berlin of Germany
America – Atlanta, Georgia of United of State, Bogota of Colombia, Havana of Cuba, Mexico City of Mexico, Sao Paulo of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro of Brazil, Santiago of Chile,
Africa – Johannesburg of South Africa, Lagos of Nigeria, Nairobi of Kenya, Cairo of Egypt

Which CNN’s shows/prgrams were closed in 2010′s:
Starting Point (2012 – 2013), American Morning (2001 – 2011), Campbell Brown (2008 – 2010), In the Arena (2010 – 2011), John King, USA (2010 – 2012), Larry King Live (1985 – 2010), Rick’s List (2010)

Which CNN’s shows/programs were closed in 2000′s:
Both Sides with Jesse Jackson (1992 – 2000), CNN Tonight (2001), CNN NewsSite (2001), Burden of Proof (1995 – 2001), Style with Elsa Klensch (1980 – 2000), Sports Tonight (1980 – 2001), Newsstand (1999 – 2001), Science and Technology Week (2001), The Spin Room (2001), First Evening News (2001), The Point with Greta Van Susteren (2001 – 2002), Greenfield at Large (2001 – 2002), Evans and Novak (1980 – 2002), Live From The Headlines (2003), TalkBack Live (1994 – 2003), Connie Chung Tonight (2002 –2003), Pinnacle with Tom Cassidy ( 2004), People in the News (2005), Next@ CNN (2002 – 2005), News Night with Aaron Brown (2001 – 2005), Wolf Blitzer Reports (2001 – 2005), CNN Daybreak (1980 – 2005), Inside Politics (2005), Crossfire (1982 – 2005), Capital Gang (1988 – 2005), On the Story (2006), Diplomatic License (1994 – 2006), CNN Saturday Night / CNN Sunday Night (2006), CNN Live Today (2001 – 2006), CNN Live Saturday / CNN Live Sunday (2006), Paula Zhn Now (2003 – 2007), Ballot Bowl (2008), Lou Dobbs Tonight (1980 – 2009), ,

We're trying our best bringing news around the world (US, Canada, England, France, Australia, Vietnam, Japan, Korea, ...) to all of you no matter where you're living as long you can access into the internet.
How many Vietnamese living in U.S.? see the bottom of the site.
Do you know how many Vietnamese including mixed people around the world? The answer is at the bottom of the site.
Do you know how much you can get when exchanging your dollar to Vietnam dollar (dong)? Some of you might become a richer or a millionaire. :-) How?
Look at the paragraph of "Vietnam Dollar v.s. Your Dollar", you'll see how, but anyway, here how we mean that. For instance, $1 USD = $21,075 VND; $1,000 USD = 21,075,000 VND, now you've 21 million dollars and you're a millionaire; $100,000 USD = $2,107,500,000, s.e..e... now you're a billionaire (2+ billions). :) :) :) Is it nice?
According to the U.S. Census Bureau News on March 27, 2013, there is an estimation of 1.9 million Vietnamese living in the United States. Many sources estimate that there is 5+ million Vietnamese around the world other than Vietnam. People (immigrants) who are living in western countries like US, Canada, France, England,... are 4+ million; people who are living eastern countries excluding Vietnam are 1+ million; and 80+ million people who are living in Vietnam. There is one more record which many people forget; that is 1+ million Vietnamese died for the word "freedom" largely died at the sea.

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